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    The World. Dubailand. The Palm Trilogy. These and many more other billion-dollar projects are all helping construct the new face of the Midd...
  • SecuTech Expo: Your Best Showcase for Global Security
    The only security exhibition in Asia for global trade! For 11 years, SecuTech consistently gathers cutting-edge security products and soluti...
  • Development of Israel's Security Industry
    It is almost inconceivable that the security industry could have reached the heights that it enjoys today without input from Israeli compani...
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    a&s interviewed six Taiwanese security manufacturers to showcase their unique strengths in product development and company strategies.
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    Two decades ago, who would have guessed that the humble pyroelectric infrared (IR) detector would still be a mainstay of 21st century securi...