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  • HD Surveillance Enhances Safety at Stadium
    Video surveillance has been deployed in stadiums to monitor large crowds and areas, as well as zero in on incidents according to needs. In recent years, advances in imaging are allowing megapixel cameras to be deployed in stadiums. Megapixel is attractive because large crowds can be monitored wit
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 5 / 15
  • Mapping VMS Uptake in Different Regions
    Why do certain VMS vendors do so well in some regions? Find the secret to regional VMS success. When we look at VMS adoption,several vendors have global presence. However, many VMS vendors talk about their market shares by region. Axxonsoft is No. 1 in Russia, reporting 60 percent market share.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 2 / 21
  • Verticalization: VMS Sticks Up For End Users
    VMS is evolving according to the needs and expectations of end users. One method to meet user needs is to design VMS with specific verticals in mind. In this article, we discuss what variables change between VMS for different verticals.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 2 / 21
  • Italian City Chooses Wireless Surveillance for Public Safety
    Mira municipality in Venice, Italy deployed RADWIN's wireless systems for a city-wide wireless video surveillance network. RADWIN systems deliver high resolution, real-time video from cameras deployed across the city and along highways back to the municipality's command center. The RADWIN-based wire
    Editor / Provider: RADWIN | Updated: 2011 / 12 / 14
  • US Market Grows with Backlogged Demand
    With increased cash flow, pent-up demand for security is rallying in 2011. Critical-infrastructure applications, as well as education projects, are going strong. In product adoption, IP smoothes the way for enhanced interoperability, indicating a good year to come.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 8 / 16
  • 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

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