2008 Product Focus: Surveillance
The 2008 Product Focus feature spotlights the most representative technology available. For 2008, instead of selecting a single product to cover, we invited security providers to submit their most innovative products, along with their best-selling ones.
Opportunities Abound in Brazil
After several years of fiscal struggle and infrastructure development, Brazil has emerged as one of the most rapidly growing and attractive business environments in the world. The leading industry associations in Brazil and in the U.S. give us the lowdown on South America's biggest market.
Indian Security Feels Impact of U.S. Financial Crisis
The subprime crisis and the resultant economic slowdown in the United States have gradually cast a shadow on the Indian electronic security industry. A growth consulting company provides its viewpoint.
When Building Automation Meets Security Integration
Johnson Controls offered an insider view on central management systems at the Global Digital Surveillance Forum.The integration of disparate building systems is a hot topic these days. While there is a consensus that intelligent building system integration produces greater comfort, sustainability and efficiency, security management systems (SMS) have been the last to join this happy family. The pr
Taiwan Small Giants Capitalizing on Technical Expertise
In this crowded field of security players, what is it that makes new products really fly? Customization, core technology, and product user-friendliness and stability are key differentiators.
SecuTech Buyers Find Convergence and Value
Are Korean, Chinese and Taiwanese companies meeting the demand for converged solutions? Are their products more cost-effective than those from the West? Buyers share their viewpoints here.
Security Systems Going Green
Going green is definitely the trend. As in many other industries, energy-saving concepts are now being incorporated into security solutions, such as home automation and access control systems.
Taking Stock of Surveillance in China
The Chinese surveillance market enjoyed an unusually robust year in 2007. Booming demand led to a spike in domestic competition, as the market grew to unprecedented volumes. Our sister publication A&S China offers an on-the-ground look at Chinese security and what major trends are sweeping the market.
Product Demands and Potential in Poland
Because Polish domestic production of safety and security equipment is concentrated on production of simple technologies and products, Poland is heavily dependent on imports. Suppliers with a good reputation for cost-competitiveness, reliability and technical assistance are in for a treat.
EURO 2012: Defining Moment for Polish Security
After a series of security incidents and terrorist attacks in the United States and Europe, Poland has placed a significant emphasis on security of critical infrastructure within the country and its borders. In Poland, security at major airports and ports, border crossings and government buildings is considered national security and considerable amounts of resources have been allocated to protect
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