Security 50 2015 (Part 2): China will change the global industry landscape
In Part 2 of the 2015 Security 50 report, a&s reviews how Chinese manufacturers have impacted the market and how multinationals are responding.
a&s International presents top 10 winners of Security 50, 2015
a&s International annually reviews the financial reports of worldwide public-listed security manufacturers and ranks the top 50 companies by product sales revenue. In 2015, a&s again ranked the top 50, according to their 2014 financial reports.
Security 50 2015 (Part 1): Finding the right fit after industry shake-up
a&s reviews 2014 & 2015 financial reports of 50 worldwide leading security manufacturers.
Nokē banks on growth in smart padlocks
As a relatively new company, Nokē brings something unique to the security industry: Bluetooth-enabled padlocks that can be locked and unlocked by users' smart devices.
LEAPIN Digital Keys leaping to easier hotel access
LEAPIN Digital Keys, a relatively new player in the security industry, entered the field with a vision: to ensure an easy and fast check-in experience at hotels and resorts via the digital key technology.
AMTK's fiber IP cameras solve long-distance transmission problem
In an IP video surveillance project, CAT 5 LAN cables may have connection issues when the distance is too far, even a PoE repeater cannot maintain a stable signal over a kilometer distance. A fiber IP camera, offered by A-MTK, could solve this issue.
ADLINK media cloud server with MediaManager software for high-performance transcoding
Video surveillance technologies are widely used in urban security systems today. Intelligent video analytics are an important aspect of video surveillance technology, using image recognition processing to identify the existence of security threats that have already occurred or may occur in the future, and alerting users in real-time.
Security distributors, how's your rapport with manufacturers?
There are no two ways of looking at it -- the security industry is going through a tough phase. In this context the manufacturer-distributor relationship is extremely significant.
Q&A with Honeywell Security on creating value for channel players
a&s talked to Daniel Wan, Channel Marketing Manager for the U.K. and Ireland at Honeywell Security to discuss the current status of channel players in the security market. Honeywell would like to create real benefits for their prestigious partners to help them weather the price competition in the market, not only through products, but also through their channel program.
Modern video surveillance brings IT to the security table
The move to IP in video surveillance brought in new, non-traditional security players in the form of IT professionals to the security industry. Similarly, video-enabling a business means bringing in players that previously were not part of the security decision-making team. Those such as CIOs, facilities departments, marketing departments, and operations departments, are now critical members of th
Top 10 case studies of 2015
Big data enables smart buildings
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Axis pioneers Internet of ‘Security' Things
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