Oct. 20, 2010
A classy gala party marked the opening of Uniqlo's European flagship store in the trendy Opera District of Paris, on Rue Scribe only steps away from the famed Paris Opera House, Palais Garnier. Uniqlo is Japan‘s leading clothing retail chain with more than 800 stores currently open. The multi-level 2,100 m2 flagship store features innovative digital signage as an integral element of its merchandising strategy. Panasonic iPro box and dome cameras and wrap-around LED panels as well as 53 of Panasonic Visual Display Europe's plasma displays are integrated into the interior design. moreOct. 15, 2010
Cisco announced at ASIS 2010 a series of product innovations that expand the core capabilities of its open-platform safety & security solution that helps communities transform the way they protect people, property, and critical infrastructure. As part of the Cisco Smart+Connected Communities initiative, the solution focuses on improving quality of life of citizens by helping create a safe and secure living environment that is a foundation for supporting sustainable social, environmental and economic growth.
moreOct. 12, 2010
In the press conference at Security Essen show 2010 Gert van Iperen, Chairman of the Board of Management of the Robert Bosch GmbH Security Systems Division gave a positive outlok for the security market in 2010 and 2011. In the Asia Pacific region Bosch is expecting a welcome rejuvenation in the market development and a growth rate of 14 percent in 2010. In Latin America, van Iperen expects the market to grow by eleven percent. moreOct. 07, 2010
Protecting persons, securing valuables, preventing (or at least the early detection of) crime, electrical and electronic systems for secure building automation are increasingly gaining in importance. The technological solutions are correspondingly innovative. Matthias Mezger, Manager of Marketing and Sales Building Automation at Sick, takes a look at the developments in the use of lasers for intrusion detection.
moreAug. 26, 2010
Video surveillance storage is different from standard IT data storage. First, it is important to realise that video surveillance data is fundamentally different from IT data and yet we use the same technology to store both. This technology is based on Hard Disk Drives (HDD) often set within Digital Video Recorders (DVRs), just the same in as in a standard networked data server or PC.
moreAug. 16, 2010
With the migration from analog to digital video surveillance continuing there remains a crucial requirement for reliable transmission of the video signal during today's period of coexistence when a company is using both analog and digital side-by-side. With many legacy installations, it has been coaxial cable handling images from a camera to monitoring or recording, or both.
moreJul. 08, 2010
At Ifsec it was time for Panasonic to present the third generation of i-Pro SmartHD cameras to their European customers and to show the new Smart HD concept, GIT-SECURITY.com had already reported about in the cover story of issue 3/2010. Visitors at the show could also see Panasonic's entirely new system called Panasonic Alarm Manager. The system monitors multiple third party alarm inputs and generates multiple, customisable outputs.
moreJul. 06, 2010
According to the figures of the last half-yearly report, the business of Mobotix AG is growing splendidly. Against a consistently difficult economic background, in the first six months of the 2009/10 year under review Mobotix was able to achieve an increase in turnover of about 9%, to € 23.9 million. These good figures were crucially aided by the successful product launch of the Q24 camera line, Mx2wire technology and a continued growth in export trade. more