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  • IMS: US gov access control market to reach $198M in 2013
    Despite spending cuts from a sequestered budget and a still-recovering economy, suppliers of innovative, high-security access control solutions to the US government can expect modest growth this year, according to a new report entitled “The World Market for Electronic Physical Access Control Equipme
    Editor / Provider: IMS Research | Updated: 6 / 20 / 2013
  • NY health care college files patent on biometrics detection for well-being of guards
    New York College of Health Professions announces the publishing of patent #8,461,981 by the US Patent and Trademark Office for detecting biometric changes through smart phones, apps and security systems that reflect whether guards have been injured, attacked or killed.
    Editor / Provider: New York College of Health Professions | Updated: 6 / 20 / 2013
  • German facility manager turns to interoperable access control
    Munich-based Design Offices, a provider of temporary office space rents in Germany has recently deployed an interoperable and scalable access control system consisting of HID Global IP-based card reader and multi-layered security readers. For the project, Design Office partnered with Swiss system in
    Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 6 / 19 / 2013
  • Cali police nab suspects with ALPR
    The Sacramento County Sheriff Department (SCSD) in California, U.S, reported additional ALPR data recently received from Vigilant Solutions has assisted the police in identifying and detaining 45 suspects. The department deployed Vigilant's network of private ALPR and online investigative and analyt
    Editor / Provider: Vigilant Solutions | Updated: 6 / 19 / 2013
  • Argentinean highway toll booths operator identifies vehicles with smarts
    Four Aumar-operated toll plazas along the 647 kilometer corridor of highways in the province of Buenos Aires in Argentina recently deployed eight Axis Communications network cameras with Neurallabs ALPR to help identify about 16,000 vehicles that are exempt from tolls or qualify for special rates. T
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 6 / 18 / 2013
  • British brewery migrates to scalable access control system
    Robinsons Brewery, an independent family brewer in UK, recently upgraded its ageing access control system at facilities in Stockport and Bedbury to Grosvenor Technology's scalable network access control system consisting of HID cards and network door controllers. The new access control system was in
    Editor / Provider: Grosvenor Technology | Updated: 6 / 18 / 2013
  • Construction equipment manufacturer in Brazil monitors 50-acre factory with HD eyes
    British construction equipment manufacturer JCB recently deployed an HD video surveillance system, consisting of 17 Axis Communications cameras and Digifort VMS, to monitor its new 50-acre factory in Sorocaba, Brazil. Betta Group, an Axis partner, designed the surveillance system for the US$100-mill
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 6 / 17 / 2013
  • Le Mans 24 Hours participant deploys panoramic cams to cover its tracks
    Greaves Motorsport, a participant of the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours in France, has deployed Wavestore 360 degree panoramic cameras in its pit area to allow the company's senior operations and technical personnel to analyze the team's performance when its cars stop for refueling, tire changes or repairs.
    Editor / Provider: Wavestore | Updated: 6 / 14 / 2013
  • IMS: Access control integration market to reach $2.3B in 2013
    The drive to integrate and modernize access control systems is creating a stir around open standards for the access control industry, which is set to top US$2.3 billion globally by the end of 2013, up from $2.1 billion in 2011, according to IMS Research, now part of IHS.
    Editor / Provider: IMS Research | Updated: 6 / 14 / 2013