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IndigoVision IP Video Helps Keep Delhi Buses on Time
Editor / Provider: IndigoVision | Updated: 9/15/2011 | Article type: Infrastructure
Delhi, India's second largest city, has developed an innovative Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that uses IndigoVision's complete IP Video surveillance solution to help ensure its smooth operation. BRT is a high-quality, high-capacity bus service that travels on exclusive lanes along designated routes. An example of its advanced traffic management technology is the ability of BRT buses to signal a
Alarm Monitoring Improves Awareness Through More Services
Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9/15/2011 | Article type: Tech Corner
Alarm monitoring is one of the oldest security businesses. When away from one's home or business, alarm monitoring offers the reassurance of knowing someone is vigilantly standing by. Should the worst happen — fire, broken window or intrusion — professionals will have taken the appropriate response. The right authorities will be notified by alarm-monitoring operators, providing peace of mind. Glob
Vietnam: Maintains Momentum Despite Economic Hurdles
Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 9/7/2011 | Article type: Hot Topics
Vietnam's economic growth continues to boom, but it feels the growing pains of inflation and a depressed currency. John Shi, a&s Editorial Director, explores key trends in security and hot market segments.
Keys to Implementing Optimal Perimeter and Intrusion Detection Systems
Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 8/17/2011 | Article type: Tech Corner
After selecting the right products, a few points should be kept in mind during installation. Detector sensitivity, necessary tampering prevention and price/performance considerations should be thoroughly discussed and understood by system integrators and end users.
Sharpen Your Senses: Securing Boundaries with Perimeter and Intrusion Detection Technologies
Perimeter security and physical intrusion detection are crucial for critical infrastructure and large-scale commercial complexes. Whether for government and military facilities or commercial-industrial areas, having a reliable and efficient risk-deterrent system on the perimeter of any important site is now mandatory. On a global scale, there is much room for growth — IMS Research forecasts that i
US Market Grows with Backlogged Demand
Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 8/16/2011 | Article type: Hot Topics
With increased cash flow, pent-up demand for security is rallying in 2011. Critical-infrastructure applications, as well as education projects, are going strong. In product adoption, IP smoothes the way for enhanced interoperability, indicating a good year to come.
Chemical Plant Secured by Siemens Surveillance Solution
Editor / Provider: Siemens Building Technologies | Updated: 8/5/2011 | Article type: Infrastructure
Chemical manufacturing facilities have always placed a high priority on public and environmental safety but today manufacturers must also now consider the threat of intrusion and attacks. Thanks to a management solution from Siemens Building Technologies Division, security procedures at a chemical manufacturing facility owned by PPG Industries are greatly enhanced.
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Sky is the Limit: Airport Security Soaring into Smart Management
Editor / Provider: Camille Shieh | Updated: 7/4/2011 | Article type: Infrastructure
Heightened aviation security since the 9/11 attacks and subsequent terrorist threats has brought along increased awareness, for danger can be detected or deterred before brought into the air.
As new airports continue to be constructed and existing ones upgraded, newer technologies like HD video surveillance, video content analysis and management software are gradually adopted to enhance the sec
Geutebruck Video System Supports Security at Ljubljana Airport
Editor / Provider: Geutebrück | Updated: 7/7/2011 | Article type: Infrastructure
Aerodrom Ljubljana which operates Joze Pucnik Ljubljana Airport has long term plans for it to become the aviation hub for the whole region. With Slovenia's entry into the EU and admission to Schengen in 2007 came the need to increase airport capacity. In the first stage of a two-stage project, the existing passenger terminal (T1) has been renovated and a whole new 6,000 square metre storey added.
Memoori: Will Economic Setbacks Reduce Business Opportunities in the Security Industry?
Editor / Provider: Submitted by Memoori Business Intelligence | Updated: 6/8/2011 | Article type: Hot Topics
This time last year economic indicators took a hit with major concerns about the need for countries within the Euro Zone to cut back on public expenditure; in order to repay their massive debts. While this did have an effect on demand for security equipment it was marginal and the fragile recovery in the economy has limped on in the last nine months. But recent events in Greece, Portugal and Irela
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