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  • Tyco CEM Systems improves security at Ireland's Harland and Wolff
    CEM Systems, part of the Security Product business unit of Tyco, announce they have successfully won the contract to secure Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries sites in Belfast, Northern Ireland. G4S were selected as integrator to install the AC2000 security solution throughout the Harland and Wolff
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 10 / 4 / 2016
  • Canary Wharf in London invests in Genetec Security Center
    Canary Wharf is one the busiest business and financial districts in London, England. It offers over 14 million square feet of office and retail space on 97 acres, and welcomes over 140,000 people daily. Many major banks, professional services firms and media organizations, including Barclays, Credit
    Editor / Provider: Genetec | Updated: 9 / 30 / 2016
  • How public address works wonders in IP
    For a long time, public address (PA) systems served their purpose of broadcasting audio messages to the public in times of emergency. Yet, as with other systems in security, public address has evolved and increasingly migrated to IP, allowing further integrative capabilities to benefit end users.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 8 / 30 / 2016
  • Lenel aided in protecting US Little League baseball championship
    Teams from around the world have converged on Williamsport in central Pennsylvania for the 70th annual Little League Baseball World Series championship, which runs through Aug. 28. And, as it has for the past 18 years, Lenel, a provider of advanced security systems, is there to help keep the iconic
    Editor / Provider: Lenel | Updated: 8 / 29 / 2016
  • Ensuring safe passage through tunnels
    There are thousands of kilometers of tunnels around the world. For many people living in large cities, spending their daily commute underground seems natural. Yet few are aware of the immense engineering challenges involved in keeping traffic flowing safely underground or through a mountain.
    Editor / Provider: the a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 8 / 5 / 2016
  • Axis helps bring facial recognition to busy Madrid bus station
    Madrid Bus Station South is the busiest bus station in Spain, servicing 1,500 domestic destinations and another 500 throughout Europe and Morocco. Operating 22 hours a day, 365 days a year while handling 20 million people, it is impossible to have no incidents occur. Thus, the security team's object
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 8 / 3 / 2016
  • Assa Abloy used for UK crossrail custom house station
    Assa Abloy Security Doors, a UK division of Assa Abloy has supplied specialist doorsets to Custom House Crossrail station. The new Crossrail Custom House station is located in East London, one stop from Canary Wharf and is the only Central Section surface station. Assa Abloy Security Doors supplied
    Editor / Provider: Assa Abloy | Updated: 5 / 25 / 2016
  • How IoT is leveraged to beef up emergency notification
    When the IoT concept is applied to emergency notification systems, it performs wonders for end users who can receive emergency signals from various types of end devices and then alert all people of the event immediately. One company that leverages the advantages of IoT is Singlewire Software.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 4 / 1 / 2016
  • Can gunshot detection systems help fight terrorism?
    After the recent terror attacks in Europe, security professionals have been seriously considering solutions that can detect gunshots and instantly alert authorities, according to a company that was invited by a UK agency to give a demonstration of its product in this category.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 3 / 30 / 2016