Thales sells identity management business
Thales and the Imprimerie Nationale Group have signed a definitive agreement with the Imprimerie Nationale Group with respect to the sale of Thales's identity management business.
Videotec commits to environmental standards
Videotec is cementing its commitment to protecting the environment by introducing the ISO 14001 Environment Management System standard.
Geovision, Qualcomm & Intellivision collaborate on smart AI cameras
Geovision will debut its first deep learning based smart camera GV-VD8700 at the ISC West 2017 in April, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series IoT connected camera portfolio and Intellivision’s Face Recognizer solutions.
Battery powered mini NFC reader module
Civintec Global will debut its new mini battery-powered NFC reader module at ISC West 2017, due to start next week on 5th April in Las Vegas, USA.
New IP surveillance catches contraband smugglers at county jail
Colquitt County jail in South Georgia, needed to make some significant upgrades to their surveillance infrastructure if they were going to fulfill their obligation to not only keep the Colquitt County public safe, but the inmate population as well. The previous black and white analogue system had become outdated and no longer met their requirements and so a completely new video system from Pelco by Schneider Electric was selected to renew and upgrade the system using the latest IP video surveillance technology.
Abus padlocks provide security and convenience
Abus combination padlocks offer a no key convenience via simple code changes made when staff changes are made or events dictate.
Hikvision launches Blazer Pro all-in-one
Hikvision has launched the Blazer Pro, an ‘all-in-one’ high-end server solution designed specifically to meet the needs of medium to large camera count, mission critical surveillance network projects.
Vivotek solution benefits enforcement system in Argentina
Until Vialseg developed a new system, the traffic light enforcement system in Argentina relied on devices based on physical inductive loops installed under the pavement and a physical connection to the traffic light controller. This traffic light enforcement system without a physical connection to the street and traffic lights created constant down time, and resulted in a lack of captured violations due to road maintenance or lost connection with the traffic light itself as two common examples.
University develops technique for preventing cyber attacks
A Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researcher has developed a new technique that could provide virtually 100 percent protection against cyber attacks launched through internet videos or images, which are a growing threat.
Palm sized Istar brings Ultra Video to the edge
Tyco Security Products, part of Johnson Controls, is introducing the Istar Ultra Video, a palm-sized solution that delivers integrated, small site security scaled for enterprise management and performance.
Surveon releases comprehensive residential solutions
Many people are opting to live in a residential community nowadays so as to enjoy a higher quality of life whilst taking advantage of cost-sharing. As a result, the security in such communities becomes critical for residents. Surveon offers a professional surveillance solution for residential applications, including high-resolution cameras, enterprise hardware RAID NVR as well as enterprise VMS with active VI detection, which has a pre-configured base for a number of scenarios, ensuring rapid and accurate action to protect family and assets from potential threats.
New Cisco technology secures digital networks
According to a newly released IDC study, organisations around the world are expected to triple the adoption of modern, automated networks over the next two years. To accelerate the journey to these digital-ready networks, Cisco is introducing new technologies that allow customers to virtualise and secure their networks.
Euralarm highlights the risks of outsourcing maintenance of fire & security systems
Euralarm recently published a new white paper on outsourcing the maintenance of fire safety security systems, specifically intended for building owners and managers. The purpose of the white paper is to bring awareness of the risks of outsourcing maintenance and to give guidelines on how to avoid or minimise these risks.
JFK upgrades terminal 1 to IP VMS
Milestone Systems open platform IP video management software (VMS) has been installed at JFK International Airport’s Terminal 1 to help manage the safety of more than 27 million passengers a year.
Growth in body worn camera market reaps rewards for Edesix
Edesix, a market leader in the provision of body worn camera (BWC) solutions, is celebrating a very successful 2016, with a host of large contract wins in the UK and abroad, complemented by a recent nomination for a Scottish Export Award.
Hanwha extends warranty to loyal partners
Over 200 delegates who attended the Hanwha Techwin Wisenet conference held in Barcelona on the 14th March, 2017 heard Managing Director Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D. announce the introduction of enhanced warranty support for Hanwha Techwin STEP Partners.
T2 bodyworn camera released from Zepcam
The Dutch company Zepcam - a European pioneer in body-worn technology - is expanding its product portfolio with the T2 bodycam.
Wama IP cameras produce effective colour images in the dark
Incorporating the latest low-light surveillance technology, Wama Technology has launched its Starlight IP cameras that deliver high quality, colour video in extreme low light environments.
Logan Harris on the drone threat: “A terrorist attack will happen, it is just a matter of when”
In an interview with Detektor TV Magazine, Logan Harris, CEO of Spotter RF, stresses the risk of drones being used for malicious purposes such as terrorist attacks.
Alarm.com acquires Objectvideo
Alarm.com a leading platform for the connected home and business, is acquiring substantially all of Objectvideo, Inc's. business, including the company's products, technology portfolio and personnel.