Mar. 08, 2012
Having thought long and hard Gerolsteiner Brunnen developed some basic principles which underlie its relationship of trust with its employees and its approach to security. The company's aim is profitable growth and safe and secure processes are fundamental to that. Its focus is on supporting processes and organizing them to be safe and secure. Every worker and visitor, whether from Gerolsteiner or an outside company, should feel comfortable at Gerolsteiner and the rules which are applied should assist in shaping this togetherness.
moreMar. 09, 2011
Students and staff at the new West Herts College campus in Watford town centre are now under the protection of a comprehensive security package specified and supplied by AIS, that includes a Panasonic end-to-end IP CCTV solution. The brand new campus, which opened in September 2010, serves some 2,000 students and 450 staff on a daily basis. With state-of-the-art facilities throughout, staff and student security were both primary considerations for its design, construction and operation.
moreMar. 04, 2011
Axis Communications has been very succesful with public transportation projects and offers products specifically designed for this sector. Patrik Anderson, Director of Business Development, Transportation for Axis Communications, talks to GIT-SECURITY.com to reveal how public transport surveillance is changing, and what security managers can do in order to future proof their systems.
GIT-SECURITY.com: What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear "Public Transportation Security"?
moreMar. 02, 2011
At the beginning of 2010 Samsung Techwin took over responsibility for the supply and support for both Samsung Techwin and Samsung Electronics electronic security product ranges. During 2010 Samsung worked hard to make the internal merger a success. At the Samsung Vision Conference in Malta, GIT SECURITY had the opportunity to ask Lucas Lee, the new Managing Director for Samsung Techwin Europe, about the progress they have made and their plans for the future.
moreFeb. 24, 2011
The 2007 US law called for 50 % of air cargo on passenger aircraft to be screened by February 2009, and 100% by August 2010. The Act defines screening as "a physical examination, or non-intrusive method of assessing whether cargo poses a threat to national security," it specifies methods that "include x-ray systems, explosives trace detection, explosive detection canine teams certified by the TSA, or physical search together with manifest verification".
moreFeb. 15, 2011
The quality of the images that can be captured by Full HD cameras is truly amazing compared to even the very latest analogue or standard resolution IP cameras but there is a price to pay in terms of file sizes of the images.
moreFeb. 14, 2011
In the past few years, perhaps no security industry buzzword has been defined in articles and promotional materials as many times as ‚convergence‘. These definitions have most commonly referred to the integration of physical security and IT systems, with occasional elements of building control. These definitions, while helpful to end users, beg the ultimate question: ‚How do I make it work?‘ - By Jeremy Kimber, Commercial Operational Marketing Leader EMEA, Honeywell Security Group. moreFeb. 10, 2011
Rompetrol Rafinare SA, Romania's second largest oil company, is using an Infinova fiber optics video system to watch over its multiple facilities inside the 480 hectares (1,186 acres) Rompetrol Rafinare Refinery (formerly called the Petromidia Refinery) in Navodari. Using Infinova outdoor cameras, placed throughout the facility, many with an IP66 rating to protect against the maritime environment, refinery and oil terminal security operations staff can view what is going on within the refinery at all times plus refer to a record of any incidences using Infinova DVRs.