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Hungarian telco beefs up security with networked solution

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Hungary's telecommunication services provider Magyar Telekom (akin to AT&T in the U.S.) recently improved security at its shops in Budapest, with the deployment of an IP-based security system. Local system integrator Riel Elektronikai implemented the system consisting of Hikvision cameras and NVRs.

US fitness gym chain embraces biometric entrance control with open hands

Retail

MVP Sports Clubs (MSC), a US sport facility operator with operations in Florida and Michigan, has recently deployed Fujitsu Frontech North America palm biometric authentication technology in all facilities. The palm authentication technology is a secure, contactless, biometric access control solution that positively authenticates the identity of an individual.

Ukrainian bank manages 630 branches with smart system

Retail

In 2012, Raiffeisen Bank Aval, one of Ukraine's largest banks, embarked on a new direction in its intelligent integrated security system. AxxonSoft and Raiffeisen Bank Aval have a long partnership history dating back to April 2006, when Axxon VMS was installed at three of the bank's headquarters buildings. The software met the bank's requirements. Soon it was decided to widen its application to 14

IKEA in Spain deploys smart POS

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IKEA, the famous Swedish manufacturer of furniture and home products deployed an intelligent POS surveillance system for its store in the Spanish city of Murcia based on AxxonSoft's POS platform. A total of 32 cameras including both network and analog cameras were installed at the entrances, cash register, and checkout areas. The system was implemented by WAF Digital Structures and local installer

Indiana day spa improves customer service with HD surveillance

Retail

The Woodhouse Day Spa in Indiana recently replaced its analog video system with an IP video surveillance system consisting of 34 IQinVision megapixel cameras and Exacq mobile VMS to enhance security and customer experience. The cameras were deployed in public areas, at the check-in and check-out counters, in the retail shop, laundry room, and outside the front entrance of the 929 square meters (10

Australian mall security setup woos law enforcement

Retail

LILIN Australia recently supplied an IP-based video solution to a shopping center in Perth, Australia. The system consists of 30 2- and 3-megapixel iMEGAPRO cameras, deployed to monitor the inside and outside of shopping and parking areas. This installation also included the use of LILIN's license-free CMX management software and high-end server to control the storage and overall system operation.

UK retail complex upgrades decade-long security link

Retail

The Oracle, a UK shopping center located in Reading, recently refurbished and upgraded its 13-year-old fiber transmission from AMG Systems. According to Adam Parsonson-Smith, Technical Director of Zada (a local installer), the original AMG transmission solution had passed “the longevity test,” and an upgrade would be in order. The mall's video surveillance system currently consists of 188 cameras,

Canadian convenience chain combats shrinkage on IP platform

Retail

Mac's Convenience Stores, a chain of convenience stores in Canada with more than 850 stores nationwide since 1961, noticed an increase in shrinkage problems. Take one of its shops in British Columbia for example. It discovered more than US$1,500 worth of merchandise had been stolen in one month. To deal with the ongoing shrinkage, store owner Akram Qaryzada hired local system integrator Blanchasrd

GM in China drives customer satisfaction through IP

Retail

To help General Motors (GM) provide a new personalized Internet service to increase customer satisfaction in China, Axis Communication in partnership with Shanghai Ziya Information Technology installed video surveillance systems and complementary management software in 600 GM 4S stores nationwide.

London brewery/restaurant chain enhances remote monitoring and management on IP

Retail

Fast-growing microbrewery chain Zerodegrees, was dissatisfied with the limitations of analog-based CCTV cameras and DVRs that had been installed in some of the sites it acquired in London. For its new restaurant and microbrewery sites, chief executive and co-founder of Zerodegrees, Nick Desai, wanted the ability to ensure evidence caught on camera was usable for police identification purposes. He

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