Magal wins US$9 million order to secure West African prisons
Magal Security Systems announced it has received an order of US$9 million for complete turnkey security solutions, protecting two newly built prisons in West Africa. The projects are scheduled to be delivered during the remainder of 2016 and 2017.
Hikvision supports water polo Olympic qualification tournament
Hikvision, a supplier in innovative video surveillance products and solutions, recently supported the FINA Women's Water Polo Olympic Games Qualification Tournament by donating an end-to-end HD surveillance system to capture the event's thrilling action.
How a cloud-based self-learning camera benefits users
Umbo CV, an exhibitor at ISC West earlier this year, is a start-up company based in San Francisco founded two years ago. Now it has its first product to show – a self-learning camera that the company said was first-of-its-kind in the industry.
Identiv seeks to be ubiquitous in IoE with Cisco
Identiv aims to strengthen its presence in the Internet of Everything (IoE) market with the strategic partnership with Cisco announced last year.
Swiss company Exelor is part of the LEGIC ID Network
Exelor, with its headquarters in Ittingen in the canton of Bern, is a manufacturer of RFID readers and OEM products. However, the Swiss company has also made a name for itself in fields such as embedded software, maintenance management and consultation.
Axis panoramic cameras enable broader range of businesses
Axis Communications has introduced two multisensor panoramic cameras, allowing a high definition, uninhibited view of large areas that would traditionally require a large number of separate devices.
Surveon airport solutions keep security under control
Airport operation is one of the most complex tasks by nature as it involves with aircrafts, cargos, passengers, luggage and store operation in one huge area.
Why integration, user engagement matter to today's SIs
As security systems migrate to IP, the systems integrator's role will also have to evolve – being a mere installer of hardware devices will eventually render SIs irrelevant. Delivering integrated solutions to the end user has become more important than ever.
Morpho outfits US Customs and Border Patrol with LiveScan Jumpkits
MorphoTrak, a subsidiary company of Morpho (Safran), has announced that it will provide 50 ruggedized LiveScan Jumpkits to the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP). MorphoTrak will partner with solutions integrator SNAP to outfit CBP with the portable, climate-hardy kits.
Brazilian distributor launches app to educate SIs
One of the major challenges in the Brazilian security market today is the limited opportunities to educate systems integrators (SI) on the right solutions. WDC Networks, one of the major distributors in the country have launched an app to counter this.
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