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  • Bosch Renovates the Port of Greater Baton Rouge with its IP-Based Solutions
    Large coastal and inland ports have facilities covering thousands of square meters of waterfront, terminal buildings and open cargo handling areas. Significant challenges arise with respect to the installation and operation of safety and security systems at ports. These include access control and CC
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 6 / 24 / 2009
  • Great Outdoor Shootout Takes Stock of Detectors
    A&S partnered with Australian remote monitoring service provider VideoControlRoom to test outdoor detectors. Michael Brown, MD of VideoControlRoom, discussed how the solutions that aim to eliminate false alarms while reliably detecting intruders fared in real life.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by VideoControlRoom | Updated: 5 / 13 / 2009
  • Italian Security Market Facing Flat Growth
    With its close proximity to Eastern Europe and Northern Africa, safety and security issues are not taken lightly in Italy. While the local industry (manufacturing) excels in research and development of video and intrusion detection technologies, players in the domestic market (suppliers, distributor
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 3 / 9 / 2009
  • Port Security Reaching Beyond Bounds
    With mounting acts of terrorism around the world, ports today rank tremendously high in risk, lacking many aspects of a dependable security infrastructure. A&S International investigates rising global and national needs that call for state-of-the-art technologies at ports to secure human lives, good
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2 / 25 / 2009
  • Germany: Steady Flow of Opportunities
    In a highly regulated country like Germany, safety and security are not to be joked about. Although the electronic security market in Germany is only growing at a single-digit rate, the sheer size of the country and its infrastructure development can be easily translated into needs worth hundreds of
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 2 / 23 / 2009
  • Imageware Named to SeaPort-e Contract
    ImageWare Systems announced it was selected to participate on the U.S. Navy's SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) contract. SeaPort-e is an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract established to facilitate a Navy-wide electronic procurement process that leverages buying power, improves bus
    Editor / Provider: Source: ImageWare Systems | Updated: 2 / 23 / 2009
  • Utility Security Upholds Uncompromising Standards
    Utilities are like a country's nerve system any harm could result in serious consequences. After Sept. 11, utility sites have focused on defending vulnerabilities against threats.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 11 / 5 / 2008
  • Usability Key to Access Control Software Success
    Although the marketplace is replete with software providers, not all can offer user satisfaction. speaks to three Asian vendors and identifies how they embody the fundamental characteristics of effective access control management software.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 10 / 14 / 2008
  • Salmon Farm Looks to Analytics to Stop Theft
    Salmon is Chile's second leading export product, and continued growth is expected. An industry that has always been one step ahead, its forward-thinking attitude is reflected in one of the industry's most recent security installations.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 24 / 2008
  • US Navy Tests Periscope Camera for Situational Awareness
    The U.S. Navy will deploy for sea trials an advanced camera system developed by RemoteReality. The camera system will enhance safety and situational awareness for submarines with Type 18 periscopes, used on all Los Angeles- and Seawolf-class submarines.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by RemoteReality | Updated: 9 / 17 / 2008