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  • SecuTech Buyers Find Convergence and Value
    Are Korean, Chinese and Taiwanese companies meeting the demand for converged solutions? Are their products more cost-effective than those from the West? Buyers share their viewpoints here.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 7 / 17 / 2008
  • SecuTech Buyers Reflect on Chinese-made Products
    China has been a manufacturing base. Chinese-made products have dominatedin every section in the world. The situation happens in security industry as well. During the show, A&S editors have interviewed buyers from different countries on Chinese-made products.
    Editor / Provider: By Tim Shen | Updated: 6 / 3 / 2008
  • Robust Russia Dominates Global Security
    Russia has seen nine straight years of growth, averaging nearly 7 percent annually since the financial crisis of 1998, noted the CIA World Factbook. Although high oil prices and a relatively cheap ruble initially drove this growth, consumer demand and investment have played a significant role. Accor
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 4 / 21 / 2008
  • Railway Security Finally Coming into Its Own
    There were 206 attacks worldwide on trains and rails from 1979 to 2005. In 1980, a bomb killed 75 at a train station in Bologna, Italy. In 1995, eight were killed on a Paris train. In February 2004, two blasts near a Moscow subway killed 51 people, with another 191 dead a month later in Madrid. A se
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 1 / 22 / 2008
  • A Crash Course on Creating a Vehicular Perimeter Security System
    Assessing risks from vehicular crashes is part of designing an outdoor perimeter solution. In this article, David Dickinson, Senior Vice President of Delta Scientific, discusses some of the issues that need to be taken into consideration for a secure yet aesthetic perimeter.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Delta Scientific | Updated: 10 / 8 / 2007
  • Staging a Defense With Perimeter Security Solutions
    Designing a perimeter solution no longer means stringing barbed wire and erecting high fences. The perimeter solutions of today are more sophisticated, with sensors accurately detecting intruders, while ignoring false alarms from wind or small animals. A&S talked to several vendors about their produ
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 10 / 8 / 2007
  • Security Electronics for Museum Security
    Digital video, integrated IP intercom systems and fiberoptic transmission have been used to enhance security at museums throughout the world.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted BY Axis Communica tions, Videor Technica l, Zenitel and AMG Systems | Updated: 10 / 8 / 2007
  • Distribution and Financing in Brazil Pose Sisyphean Chanllenges
    Brazil throws up a bewildering picture when it comes to distribution. Rather than a unified whole, the industry presents a chaotic mix of competing distributors fighting over markets. Finding a local partner is, therefore, absolutely essential in navigating these difficult waters.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 8 / 16 / 2007
  • Providing Public Transit Passengers with Peace of Mind
    In order to increase ridership and passenger safety in overcrowded mass transit systems, major metro stations around the world are installing sophisticated IP video surveillance systems and communication devices.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Visual Defence, Controlware Communications, IndigoVision and Commend International | Updated: 7 / 12 / 2007
  • Ready for IP? Taking a Ride with IP Surveillance
    Faced with many threats to security, such as terrorists and accidents on platforms or tracks, many major metros have updated surveillance systems to increase ridership or ease transportation bottlenecks. A&S explores IP surveillance infrastructure for metros, network challenges, and core products an
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 7 / 11 / 2007