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  • 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
  • Taiwanese Security Vendors Building on Strengths
    Taiwanese security vendors, mostly small and medium-sized businesses, have long been recognized for their manufacturing capabilities. They are characterized by flexibility, modest quality, strong research and development, and efficient after-sales service. A&S interviewed 11 Taiwanese manufacturers
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 11 / 19
  • Australian Security Market Offers Great Potential
    One thing that really stands out about the Australian security market is the lack of manufacturers. Productsmostly Asiandominate the rapidly expanding market. And given the increased spending on security products and rapid economic growth, opportunities are numerous and varied.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 17
  • Core Technologies Define Korean Strength
    Korea thrives on its R&D strength and highly developed technology. Manufacturers are honing their product capabilities for next-generation security. That means intelligent systems, innovative functions and quality performance.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 11
  • Protecting the Priceless: Museum Security
    Housing treasures of human culture and history, museums are prone to security risks. It is definitely not enough to just install electronics and hope technology will do everything. Museums must also have the right people and the correct procedures to ensure the security of valuable heritage of manki
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 8
  • Biometric Technology in the U.K.: Friend or Foe?
    Over the last two years, the U.K.'s Identity and Passport Service (IPS) has introduced a range of new procedures and systems to prevent identity and passport fraud. The International Biometric Foundation, based in London, talks us through biometric ID systems in the U.K.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 14
  • Argentina Presents a Promising Market for Electronic Security
    After a disastrous economic and financial crash in 2001, it took Argentina a while to recover. For the last few years, however, economic growth has averaged nearly 10 percent. This, coupled with rising crime, or the perception of it, has meant more money for providers of electronic security. The mar
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 12
  • Ensuring Security at Casinos
    Casino security involves a number of complex factors. A&S takes you through some potential security threats and the solutions posed for these.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 12
  • Brazil: It's a Jungle out There!
    High unemployment, crime, drug abuse, epidemics, poor public education, and environmental degradation thrown together with one of the world's most unequal distributions of wealth make for an unstable society: Conversely, the country is also an electronic security salesperson's dream.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2007 / 8 / 16

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