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Spanish petrol company curbs drive-offs with high-tech surveillance


Spanish petroleum company Olea recently deployed a vehicle management system based on ALPR, consisting of 12 Axis Communications cameras and Netcamera management software, to prevent “drive-off” fuel theft at gasoline service stations. The system was proposed by Netcamera, Axis' local partner.

US bank TCF upgrades to hybrid recording and management across 430 branches


Minneapolis-based TCF Bank, recently replaced Verint Systems video surveillance system with an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of March Networks hybrid NVRs, IP cameras and VMS for improved security, fraud detection and operational efficiency across its 430 retail banking branches. TCF Bank worked with certified provider DAV-COM Electric to trial the NVRs and opted to standardize on

Goodyear in Canada curtail access tailgating with IP eyes


The Goodyear Canada manufacturing plant in Napanee, Ontario, recently upgraded its video surveillance system to an IP-based video surveillance system, consisting of Axis Communications PTZ network cameras, four-channel video encoders, and a VMS system that combines software and technology from Milestone, Cogito, Netshield and others, to improve access control and prevent tailgating at the 18.4 acr

Russian theater multistreams performances on IP cams


Aleksandrinsky Theater, Russia's oldest theater founded in August 30, 1756, recently deployed Axis Communications network cameras, video surveillance control boards and joysticks to create an interactive system to combine several stage floors into a united production space, and offer live streaming of performances to viewers. The system was implemented by system integrator Baltic Media Company.

Azerbaijan superstore chain monitors for security and operations online


Bazarstore, a large supermarket chain in Azerbaijan, recently upgraded its video surveillance system at the Sumagyit branch to an IP-based video surveillance system, consisting of VIVOTEK network cameras and NVR, to prevent shoplifting and ensure the safety of staff and customers. VIVOTEK's local distributor, Axsis Group, supplied the cameras and provided professional consulting.

French shopping mall unifies security management


The largest shopping mall in Northwestern France, the Atlantis shopping mall in Saint-Herblain near Nantes, upgraded its stand-alone security systems for video surveillance, access control and intrusion detection to a centrally managed integrated IP-based security system during a major reconstruction between 2010 and 2012. To ensure smooth integration and reliable interoperability, the entire tech

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 integrator, Performance Buildings. Performance Buildings currently operates in Switzerland, Germany an

Albanian university-hospital complex upgrades to IP-based video surveillance

Health Care

Founded in 1993, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Catholic university-hospital complex based in Tirana, Albania recently upgraded from an analog camera system to an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of Hikvision Digital Technology network cameras and six NVRs to improve security and ensure physical safety of patients.

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 installed by Advance Security UK.

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. Greaves Motorsport partnered with Caterham Motorsport at the racing event this year.

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