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Dahua builds relations with Leeds authorities

Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has revisited Dahua Technology again to further promote the cooperation between companies in Leeds City Region and Dahua Technology. At the first visit of LEP to Dahua in June 2016, David Shepherd, Head of Trade & Inward Investment of LEP, was highly impressed by Dahua’s core value of innovation, quality and service; this results in his invitation to Roger Marsh, Chairman of LEP to come along and visit Dahua this time. Michael Chen, VP and General Manager of Dahua Overseas Business, hosted the reception on behalf of the company on March 1, 2017.

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Jim Dearing, Access control analyst at IHS Markit

Slow up take of biometrics in access market

Ever since the first fingerprint readers came to market more than a decade ago, access control industry stakeholders have eagerly anticipated the prospect of finally eliminating cards from their systems.  However, as of 2015, biometric reader sales accounted for just 30 percent of access control reader sales in the Americas. Meaning they ranked third, still behind both 125 kHz proximity and smart card readers in popularity. "Hardly the credential revolution that manufacturers were hoping for." says Jim Dearing, analyst at research company, IHS Markit.

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Vivotek expands strategic H.265 integration partnerships

Vivotek not only offers a wide range of H.265 surveillance products, but also aims to integrate and increase H.265 presence in partnership with the Solution Integration Alliance (SIA) partners worldwide. The company is already working with ten H.265 integration SIA partners, including: Axxonsoft, Genetec, Milestone, Nuuo, Synology, and more recent additions Cathexis, Digifort, Luxriot, Macroscop and Mirasys. Working closely with Vivotek's SIA partners, customers will be able to equip themselves with a comprehensive H.265 solution that meets the technical demands of just about all projects.

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Sensit parking services improve efficiency at the Woodlands interchange in Singapore

Sensit solves parking dilemma in Singapore

The Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange in Singapore played the role of regional bus interchange whilst the existing one was being rebuilt. The temporary station, featured with the latest technological solutions, required a smart bus parking solution for an efficient traffic flow due to these large amount of passengers. Nedap’s Sensit was installed to offer real-time occupancy information of all individual bus parking spaces at the station. This real-time information enables easy guidance of buses to the nearest available parking space. The implementation was realised by Eaglevision.

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