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  • Speed Domes: Shrewd Performers
    Slick camera performance requires interoperability of components. While meticulous design assures precise, smooth PTZ movement, robust software engineering puts speed domes to good use.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 4 / 15 / 2010
  • Italian National Park Deploys Videotec Rugged Video Solution
    The Maddalena archipelago is a group of islands northeast of Sardinia, off the Emerald Coast, a popular destination for pleasure sailors for its natural beauty and unspoiled emerald waters. Established in 1996, the National Park is strictly protected by environmental heritage laws. The archipelago i
    Editor / Provider: Videotec | Updated: 4 / 9 / 2010
  • PA Installation and Product Selection
    An effective public address system must be carefully designed. Different installations have different product requirements and layouts. System efficiency and sound clarity are shared goals.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 3 / 23 / 2010
  • Layered Protection at Power Plants
    Security at power plants visibly deters and detects. With various technologies on-site and guards constantly patrolling, power plants are heavily protected against unauthorized entry. A&S explores critical areas and the systems deployed.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 3 / 9 / 2010
  • Power Plants Prepare for Change
    Power plants deliver usable energy to the world and are among the top-rated, high-risk facilities. Conservative and regimented in tried and proven SOPs, these energy generators operate on strict day-to-day practices that ensure the security and safety of people and assets.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 3 / 9 / 2010
  • Installing Analytics in the Real World
    System integrators agree that deploying video analytics varies project-by-project, requiring careful scrutiny of each site for optimum performance. Outdoor and indoor considerations are case-specific, often mandating nonstandard operating procedures to achieve a working solution.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2 / 22 / 2010
  • Closing Loopholes for Large-Area Compounds
    Large sites, such as military sites, embassies, business districts and industrial parks, contain a cluster of buildings with shared purposes. These spread-out sites require a thorough security solution, from perimeter to building-based safety measures. The vast coverage area, dispersed systems and t
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2 / 2 / 2010
  • New Value Proposition: Energy Conservation
    Security technology has been used to monitor and conserve the environment and is now moving to cover energy-saving applications.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 9 / 30 / 2009
  • Industry in Flux Remains Hush-Hush About Entry Level
    In a globe-sweeping trend, major security players are providing entry-level, no-frills products or else lowering the prices of previously considered enterprise-level offerings. Whether to target the burgeoning SMB market or to provide more options for existing customers in the subsiding but ongoing
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 9 / 23 / 2009
  • Cost-Saving Developments in Security Lighting
    The new solid-state lighting technology provides added benefits to the security industry by allowing surveillance lighting to be combined with general safety lighting, dramatically cutting installation, maintenance and operational costs.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 7 / 14 / 2009 provides weekly and monthly e-Newsletters which include the latest security industry news, vertical solution case studies and product information.

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