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  • Industry in Flux Remains Hush-Hush About Entry Level
    In a globe-sweeping trend, major security players are providing entry-level, no-frills products or else lowering the prices of previously considered enterprise-level offerings. Whether to target the burgeoning SMB market or to provide more options for existing customers in the subsiding but ongoing
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 9 / 23
  • Bridging Gaps in Security
    The current financial adversity and economic downturn have "forced" manufacturers to think more about product development, business strategy and risk management. Having witnessed the largest three industry events this year — namely SecuTech Expo, ISC West and IFSEC — A&S presents its key findings to
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 9 / 15
  • Next-Gen Access Control Grants Better Visitor Experience
    To effectively control and manage who goes in and comes out of a building is key to building management. Systems such as physical and logical access control, video surveillance and intrusion detection need to be installed and integrated. As demand for cost-effective solutions continues to increase,
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 25
  • Texas Instruments: Open Standards Accelerate IP Uptake
    IP-based video surveillance offers numerous advantages, but the market is still slow to adopt this technology. Standards for network cameras vary. A set of open standards for network cameras drives the growth of IP-based video surveillance.Despite advances in IP video, codecs, analytics, storage and
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Texas Instruments | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 21
  • Linking Multiple Sites Anywhere, Anytime
    Ten years ago, IP began tearing down the walls of traditional security set by analog devices. Today, the height of that breakthrough is finally being realized, in the form of multisite surveillance.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 11
  • Metro Security Going All Out
    Since Sept. 11, widespread fear of public transportation has spurred government attention to investigate local metro security. Old and new projects now specify more sophisticated and automated technology to protect passengers and streamline management processes.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by GE Security, ObjectVideo and Mobotix | Updated: 2009 / 7 / 28
  • Identifying Asian Manufacturing Elites
    SecuTech Expo 2009, held in Taipei from April 22 to 24, was the largest in its 12-year history, featuring more than 700 exhibitors, 1,600 booths and 94 seminars. Recognizing the need for a platform between Asian manufacturers and global buyers, A&S hosted the first-ever Asian Manufacturer Summit dur
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 7 / 28
  • Mapping out Metro Security
    While other industries are pummeled by the economic slump, mass transportation by metros experiences growth that is not unexpected. A&S reveals why.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 7 / 9
  • Going Deeper: Security at Mines
    Mining supports the very foundations of a country, as economies can depend on the vital resources unearthed. While the mining industry contributes greatly to worldwide economy, it faces threats requiring comprehensive security and safety solutions. A&S looks at the potential threats, solutions and f
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 4 / 16
  • Stadium Solutions Look to Innovation
    In times of economic turmoil, innovation pierces large-scale stadium security solutions. A&S highlights some of these potentially groundbreaking applications.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 4 / 7

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