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  • China Gears up for Transformation in 2011
    As the Chinese economy continues to boom, the security industry leaps forward to an exciting 2011. A&S explores what's ahead for product development and vertical markets.
    Editor / Provider: a&s China | Updated: 2 / 15 / 2011
  • Looking Past Security Electronics
    Being able to sufficiently protect irreplaceable museum pieces takes much more than simply having a state-of-the-art security system. Museums must consider all the possible risks they may face and implement logical and efficient security protocols in the event of an emergency or security breach.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 1 / 28 / 2011
  • Part Ⅱ:Securing and Preserving Cultural Heritage
    THE SECURITY WITHIN Security cameras must be able to view all corners of the museum and keep an eye on any abnormalities without making visitors feel like they are under constant surveillance. Currently, older analog cameras are most widely used in museums because they are a legacy product. Their qu
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 1 / 27 / 2011
  • Part Ⅰ:Securing and Preserving Cultural Heritage
    Discovering and surveying our cultural heritage is the first step to understanding who we are. Museums house priceless artifacts and artworks while opening their doors to countless curious visitors from all over the world. Thousands of patrons pass through the hallways on a daily basis — children on
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 1 / 27 / 2011
  • March Networks VMS Takes Care of US Regional Medical Center
    March Networks, a provider of IP video solutions, announced that MedWest Health System, an affiliation of three-hospital campuses in North Carolina, has standardized on the company's VMS to enhance safety and security, and guard against false liability claims. The solution enables MedWest to central
    Editor / Provider: March Networks | Updated: 12 / 30 / 2010
  • Security Reinvents Itself After the Storm
    Editorial Director John Shi examines security trends, finding out what's hot at the biennial Essen 2010 exhibition. Security has taken a new direction, after being buffeted by the financial crisis. IP emerged as a winner, highlighting the importance of convergence and integrated solutions.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 12 / 30 / 2010
  • Advanced Technology Clamps Down on Inmates
    Although funding is an issue, correctional facilities are deploying advanced technology to keep better watch on inmates. Everything from biometric to infrared technology is used to keep danger from entering or leaving the facility.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 12 / 22 / 2010
  • Linking Cloud Computing and Security
    Cloud computing has amassed a legion of fans over the past two years, including tech giants Google and IBM. Physical security players are keen to take advantage of its benefits, but its applicability remains unclear. A&S takes a look at what cloud computing has to offer and how the security industry
    Editor / Provider: a&s China | Updated: 12 / 13 / 2010
  • 2010 Industry Review: Value Holds the Key to Future Technology
    As recovery looms on the horizon, the forecasts for physical and electronic security are still hazy. A&S talks to vendors, integrators and distributors to hear what they had to say about the past year.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 12 / 10 / 2010