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  • Raytec lighting used to reduce false alarms
    A council storage yard in New South Wales, Australia has deployed Raytec Infra-Red lighting to enable high definition images and significantly reduce false alarms at night. The yard holds a range of high value items and is remotely monitored during the hours of darkness when the site is unoccupied.
    Editor / Provider: Raytec | Updated: 2016 / 3 / 10
  • Hillcrest Christian College upgrades to SALTO
    One of the greatest challenges for any education establishment is balancing the need to provide an open learning environment whilst ensuring the campus is safe and secure for both pupils and staff at all times. Good security plays a vital part in this so to ensure theirs was up to the task Hillcrest
    Editor / Provider: Salto Systems | Updated: 2016 / 2 / 17
  • Mobile guestroom entry offers a highly customized experience
    One concern voiced by some hoteliers about mobile key technology is that this will create further distance between the hotel and the guest, who will no longer interact with the hotel so much. However, this is a misconception, as mobility enhances the customer experience.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 1 / 28
  • Railway vandalism: Never mind the drones; double down on video surveillance
    Railway vandalism can include a wide range of criminal activities including drawing graffiti, littering, fly-tipping, damaging company property like fences, bridges, signs and tracks, or even stealing metal to sell on. It's expensive, can cause delays and disruption, and compromise safety.
    Editor / Provider: James Somverville-Smith, Channel Marketing Leader, EMEA, Honeywell Security | Updated: 2015 / 11 / 3
  • CriticalArc's Safezone enhance safety and security at the University of York
    The University of York launched CriticalArc's SafeZone on the 8th January to provide round-the-clock safety reassurance to students and staff. York is the first University in the Russell Group to roll out the simple-to-use, free application designed to help those on campus to summon security or safe
    Editor / Provider: CriticalArc | Updated: 2015 / 1 / 13
  • Morpho makes the forensic science more accessible
    In terms of police investigations and inspections, there is a trend toward making forensic tools accessible, particularly those that use biometrics.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho (Safran) | Updated: 2014 / 9 / 22
  • Curtin University: Uncomplicated security from  EVVA
    A total of 7,000 lock cylinders and 300 3KSplus locking system padlocks, made by Austrian manufacturer EVVA, are used at Curtin University in Western Australia. The experienced, Australian EVVA distributor Lock & Key installed the EVVA locking system.
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by EVVA | Updated: 2014 / 8 / 13
  • SALTO Systems upgrades Australian College access control security
    The buildings at St Paul's College date from the late 1850's up through to those constructed in the 1960's, 1970's and 1990's. There had been many changes to the locking installations over the years meaning the college had ongoing problems with students loosing keys giving them the expense of having
    Editor / Provider: SALTO Systems | Updated: 2013 / 10 / 8
  • Identive appointed Jason Hart as CEO
    Identive Group announced that its board of directors has appointed Jason Hart as chief executive officer and director, effective immediately.
    Editor / Provider: Identive | Updated: 2013 / 9 / 4