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Hikvision secures unique tank museum

Opened in 1923 in Dorset, the museum of the Royal Tank Regiment and Royal Armoured Corps is the world’s best collection of tanks and armoured fighting vehicles. Located near an army base, security is also a top priority. The technology had to be scaleable and implemented swiftly to meet the museum’s needs. Roy Hicks, museum facilities manager, explains: “We needed a complete overhaul of our outdated analogue CCTV equipment. 15 cameras to oversee such a large area was not nearly enough, but with Hikvision’s wide range of products we now have a view of every part of the museum.”

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Groundbreaking alliance results in €1.7B order book

Siemens and Atos will further increase the funding of their joint innovation investment programme by an additional €80 million to €230 million. On the fifth anniversary of the Siemens-Atos Alliance in late October, the Alliance Board expressed their satisfaction about the performance of the business collaboration, which continues over-achieving the expectations by far. Since 2011 Siemens and Atos have achieved a joint order intake of more than €1.7 billion.

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IoT security should be "baked in, not sprinkled on top"

“The term ‘IoT’ is a misnomer – the internet was always about things connecting so we’re not reinventing the wheel but simply refining it for purpose and for individual users. Anyone developing new ideas in this sector would do well to research what successes have already been achieved and build on them – ensuring right from the start that security and the handling of consumer data is given the highest priority.” says Jim Hunter Chief Scientist, at Greenwave Systems.

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High level speakers at World Border Security Congress

As part of the high-level discussions at the World Border Security Congress, Peter van den Berg, President of the European Association of Airport & Seaport Police, will speak in the session 'Building Coherent Global Border Management Response Against Illegal Migration and International Terrorism' discussing the EAASP perspective on maritime and aviation challenges in detecting and preventing terrorists and criminal activity and how to encourage cooperation between the communities for the development of improved security measures.

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