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  • Paxton Access: Moving from devices to integrated systems
    Paxton Access, a UK-based company, has carved a niche for themselves in the security market, with their flagship network access control systems. Soon to launch an integrated building intelligence system, Paxton is now poised to further solidify its position as a leading global access control solutio
    Editor / Provider: a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 10 / 6 / 2015
  • Morpho strengthens its offer for digital trust
    Morpho (Safran) has announced it has strengthened its offer for digital trust, which becomes the most comprehensive on the market. It is a single integrated solution which covers the full range of identity usage: identity checks, authentication, transaction security and secure archiving.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho (Safran) | Updated: 10 / 1 / 2015
  • MorphoTrust offers multimodal biometric cloud-based platform with Identix
    MorphoTrust USA (Safran) has opened a new front in the battle to protect consumers, businesses, and government agencies from the growing burdens of identity theft and fraud, bringing the power of multimodal biometrics, authentication, and search engine technology to the cloud.
    Editor / Provider: MorphoTrust USA (Safran) | Updated: 9 / 24 / 2015
  • GKB: Winning in the market with solutions
    For years, GKB Security has established itself as a leading company in the video surveillance field, selling a wide range of cameras – from analog to HD-over-coaxial to IP – to fulfill the particular needs of customers throughout the world.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao | Updated: 8 / 17 / 2015
  • IP and integration steadies Japanese market
    The most significant change the Japanese security industry saw over the last eight years was the introduction and expansion of IP camera solutions.
    Editor / Provider: a&s Japan | Updated: 8 / 13 / 2015
  • Thermal imaging: A technology ready to further conquer the world
    A lot of technologies that we are considering to be quite common today have found their origin in military applications. Radar and jet engines were originally developed by and for the military. Global Positioning Systems, commonly known as GPS, were developed in the early 1970's by the United States
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by FLIR System | Updated: 8 / 3 / 2015
  • RFID: Small size, big possibilities
    RFID tags are the most well-known example of IoT in retail. Without them, managing thousands of goods in-store could be daunting and costly. RFID labels tagged to the goods can help easily inventory the goods, identify the missing style on display, and replenish from back stock. By connecting to mob
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Dept. | Updated: 7 / 22 / 2015
  • Residential market for intrusion equipment in EMEA expected to surpass $500 million by 2019
    Despite a sluggish start in 2015 the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) residential market for intrusion equipment is expected to exceed $500 million in annual market revenues by 2019, according to a new report from IHS Technology, entitled “The Market for Intruder Alarms – 2015.” The resi
    Editor / Provider: Jimmy Dearing, IHS analyst | Updated: 7 / 9 / 2015
  • Seagate wireless creates space for mobile devices
    Seagate Technology, the pioneer in wireless storage, continues to grow its family of wireless storage solutions with the debut of Seagate Wireless, a 500GB portable wireless drive designed for streaming and offloading of media from mobile devices. The new Seagate Wireless offers more space to carry
    Editor / Provider: Seagate | Updated: 7 / 2 / 2015 provides weekly and monthly e-Newsletters which include the latest security industry news, vertical solution case studies and product information.

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