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  • Prioritizing Seaport Stakeholders
    Security priorities differ considerably for different departments and agencies within a seaport. A&S examines how each party's needs could be met when taking on seaport projects through an integrated approach. When multiple stakeholders, such as law enforcement, port authority, freight handling, cu
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 8 / 1
  • Integrating Equipment and People for Seaports
    Thanks to continued R&D efforts, the integration of old and new systems, as well as people and machines, is a much smoother experience than before. The need to integrate various security systems for a seaport transcends from safety reasons to operational efficiency concerns. Installation and inte
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 8 / 1
  • Stacking Up Security at Seaports
    Every day, more than two million commercial container shipments move in the seas, and security plays a vital role in ensuring the fluidity of trade and commerce through cargo shipping. Maintaining or upgrading seaport security requires a combined effort of video surveillance, access control, perimet
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 7 / 22
  • Moving About in Airports with Biometric Scanning: The World at Your Fingertips
    Advanced technologies such as biometrics-credentialing kiosks are not just seen in movies;they are gradually appearing in high-risk settings such as at airport customs. Not only do biometrics help screen travelers, they are also exceptional management tools in safeguarding restricted areas and keepi
    Editor / Provider: Camille Shieh | Updated: 2011 / 7 / 6
  • Sky is the Limit: Airport Security Soaring into Smart Management
    Heightened aviation security since the 9/11 attacks and subsequent terrorist threats has brought along increased awareness, for danger can be detected or deterred before brought into the air. As new airports continue to be constructed and existing ones upgraded, newer technologies like HD video s
    Editor / Provider: Camille Shieh | Updated: 2011 / 7 / 4
  • Prominent American University Secures New Facility with L-1 4G Fingerprint Readers
    While the use of biometrics in higher education is still relatively a new concept in North America, it has seen success in the few facilities it has been implemented in. The latest educational institution to implement a biometric access control solution is considered to be one of the top research un
    Editor / Provider: L-1 Identity Solutions | Updated: 2011 / 6 / 23
  • Advanced Technology Clamps Down on Inmates
    Although funding is an issue, correctional facilities are deploying advanced technology to keep better watch on inmates. Everything from biometric to infrared technology is used to keep danger from entering or leaving the facility.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 22
  • Tempering Threats Within Prison Walls
    Prisons house people deemed too dangerous to society by the law. Freedom is no longer theirs while they are incarcerated, and steps are made to ensure all actions within the facility are monitored for both their own safety and the safety of other inmates and guards.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 21
  • ipConfigure Enterprise Surveillance Cloud Deployed for City of Chattanooga
    ipConfigure protects the City of Chattanooga, Tennessee by hosting Enterprise Surveillance Cloud (ESC) in conjunction with Excalibur Integrated Systems and Terenine technology solutions. The city's public safety officials use the ESC to manage video feeds from numerous cameras deployed on streets, b
    Editor / Provider: ipConfigure | Updated: 2010 / 10 / 8