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  • The Dawning of Next Generation Government Electronic IDs (Part II of II)
    The use of RFID in government documents will make identification easier, but will also have potential security risks. In the second of two articles, Joseph Pearson, Government Identification Marketing Manager, RFID Systems for Texas Instruments, discusses how technological breakthroughs will protect
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY TEXAS INSTRUMENTS | Updated: 2008 / 3 / 20
  • Strong R&D Powers Canadian Electronic Security Industry
    While Canada has a much smaller security industry than its giant neighbor to the south (U.S.), it is highly focused. The well-educated and skilled labor force underpins strong R&D and innovation.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 2 / 4
  • Looking into the Chinese Fingerprint Industry
    Fingerprint technology came to China in the 1990s. Since then, more and more Chinese researchersfrom both academia and private enterpriseshave plunged into development of the technology. Success means that Chinese fingerprint products are now being exported to the rest of the world.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 2 / 1
  • The Dawning of Next Generation Government Electronic IDs (Part I of II)
    The use of RFID in government documents will make identification easier, but will have security risks. In the first of two articles, Joseph Pearson, Government Identification Marketing Manager, RFID Systems for Texas Instruments, discusses how technology will protect data.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Texas Instruments | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 29
  • 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 companies. A&S looks at the country's various strengths.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 28
  • Sensing the Threats: Product Trends in Intrusion Alarms
    While intrusion alarms are nothing new, they reign supreme in security. Today, innovation is boosting reliability, advancing scalability, reinforcing integration and catering to market needs.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 17
  • Integrated Security in Healthcare (Part I of II)
    Hospitals aim to provide a caring environment for the sick and injured, and, today, they face heightened violence and crime that drive demands for more integrated security measures.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 28
  • RFID Gears Up for the Real World
    Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology may not be new, but it has not garnered widespread adoption until recent years. With varying standards and higher costs compared to previous technologies, RFID solutions are now mature enough to be a viable alternative. A&S International takes a look
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 27
  • Fast and Furious: Southeast Asia Going Strong
    Ranked one of the fastest growing regions in the world, Southeast Asia is home to an unprecedented amount of new, large installations, holding great potential for many security players.
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 21
  • Access Control and Security Systems that Grow with Your Organization
    Selecting an access control and security system is not easy. It does, however, represent a major investment and there are a large number of companies that supply security systems. Many security managers endeavor to choose the right system by organizing a thorough procurement process on the basis of
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY NEDAP | Updated: 2007 / 11 / 20

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