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  • Axis helps Nouméa airport move to IP
    The principle hub for domestic flights in New Caledonia, Magenta airport, is located a few kilometers from Nouméa. After redevelopment in 2008, the free parking that was normally intended for public transportation was soon swamped with private passenger cars. Paid parking was then planned for privat
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 4 / 12 / 2016
  • G4S: Combining manpower and technology for end-to-end solutions
    In light of today's economy, security providers have to deal with increasing challenges such as those posed by increased competition and smaller budgets. Companies have started to increase customers' return on investment through systems that would not only provide security, but also provide informat
    Editor / Provider: Emily Lin | Updated: 4 / 6 / 2016
  • Purple Parking improves control with Morse Watchmans
    Purple Parking, the largest off airport car park operator in the UK, has improved operations and increased efficiency at London's Heathrow Airport using Morse Watchmans' KeyWatcher key management system. With their 38 distinctive purple buses, numerous company cars and 110 drivers on site at the fiv
    Editor / Provider: Morse Watchmans | Updated: 3 / 25 / 2016
  • Nedap launches MOOV: the first dedicated vehicle access control system
    Nedap has been active in the field of vehicle access control for decades. The Dutch company is also well-known for its building access control and RFID readers. Nedap MOOV originates from the Dutch market where the product is applied in more than 40 cities to regulate the volume and the flow of moto
    Editor / Provider: Nedap Identification Systems | Updated: 3 / 17 / 2016
  • Indra equips the Buenos Aires train network for 35 million Euros
    Argentina's national rail operator has awarded Indra a contract worth 35 million euros, under which the firm will deploy its access control and ticketing technology across the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (BAMA) rail network, one of the world's largest with more than 200 stations. The contract als
    Editor / Provider: Indra | Updated: 2 / 26 / 2016
  • Public transport bets on biometrics to boost safety and efficiency
    The use of biometric technology is becoming increasingly popular in public transport, as issues like the on-train shooting in France spark debate on methods to ensure better protection for travelers.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2 / 23 / 2016
  • Synectics white paper identifies key aspects for airport surveillance practices
    The number of global travelers has risen significantly over the past few years owing to increased affordability and accessibility of air transport. From a country's standpoint, this is a good thing as tourism is a boon to any economy. From a security standpoint, however, this complicates things as c
    Editor / Provider: Emily Lin | Updated: 2 / 17 / 2016
  • Grundig helps secure construction sites along the $1.25 billion Eurasia tunnel
    The Eurasia Tunnel ranks amongst the world's most significant engineering projects. Costing 1.25 billion US Dollars, the Eurasia tunnel connects the European and Asian sides of Istanbul under the Bosphorus Strait, a channel linking the Aegean and Black Seas. The Project is 14.6 km long, including it
    Editor / Provider: Grundig Security | Updated: 2 / 2 / 2016