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  • Wireless Communications for Homes
    Wireless communication has become the standard for residential communication, as detailed by Michele Antonio Bonafede, Sales and Marketing Manager for VS Safety.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by VS Safety | Updated: 6 / 22 / 2010
  • Taiwan Update (Part I): Advancing with Customized Solutions and IP-based Technologies
    Despite the global financial crisis, Taiwanese manufacturers continue to deliver quality IP-based technologies. While each company has a unique approach to R&D and marketing, the emphasis is on solutions. More companies offer customized solutions with easy installation and maintenance.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 6 / 21 / 2010
  • Complete Venue Solutions Stop Attacks
    Integrated solutions secure widespread venues more effectively, allowing operators to respond to problems in a timely fashion.
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 5 / 31 / 2010
  • Seoul Keeps Eye on Children with Firetide Wireless Video
    To help prevent child kidnappings and locate missing children, Seoul City commissioned NongShim NDS, one of the country's largest system integrators, to expand upon its ambitious “Seoul U-City” plan and provide children safety zones using Firetide's MIMO-based wireless infrastructure mesh network. R
    Editor / Provider: Firetide | Updated: 3 / 3 / 2010
  • Intelligent Traffic Systems Face Legacy Roadblocks
    Transportation projects continue to tackle problems with interoperability and transmission. Meeting sustainable development objectives for better transportation systems remains a challenge.Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) help capitalize on existing infrastructure for optimal operation, said
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 1 / 21 / 2010
  • Canadian Airports to Invest in Full-body Imaging
    Canada's Transport Minister John Baird and Rob Merrifield, Minister of State (Transport), announced the Government of Canada is investing in full-body scanners to enhance security at Canadian airports.
    Editor / Provider: Government of Canada | Updated: 1 / 8 / 2010