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  • Integration Ensures Stronger Airport Security
    Airports are a country's gates. They must effectively manage and control security to ensure not only traveler and worker safety, but also national security. A&S takes a look at how airports are secured, along with their current challenges and future trends.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 9 / 7
  • IndigoVision IP Video Executes Law Enforcement
    Oliver Vellacott, CEO of IndigoVision, describes how IP video is addressing the surveillance needs of law enforcement and criminal justice systems.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by IndigoVision | Updated: 2009 / 9 / 3
  • VIVOTEK Facilitates Rome Fiumicino Airport with Surveillance Solution
    The Rome Fiumicino Airport is the largest airport in Italy and one of the busiest air stations worldwide. Every day, thousands of passengers approach the information center for help, increasing the need for more service staff and increasing airport management costs. To allocate service staff workloa
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by VIVOTEK | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 26
  • 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
  • Success with Multisite Surveillance
    Around the world, MNCs and governments are gradually turning to multisite surveillance systems to gain greater visibility and management control. From upgrading analog to installing new and complete IP solutions, this phenomenon is setting successful stories in stone.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Barco, Milestone Systems and Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 18
  • Uncovering the Illusion of Safety
    Enormous effort goes into making people feel secure. However, do high-end technologies eliminate risk? Bruce Schneier, Chief Security Technology Officer for BT, explores how humans evaluate danger to feel safe.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2009 / 8 / 5
  • Biometrics Enable Higher Security
    Biometrics are part of a person's identity. Nowadays, biometrics not only provide a high level of security but also create a positive personal and corporate image. A&S takes a look at current trends and technology.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2009 / 7 / 31
  • 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
  • Geutebruck IP-based Security System Protects Dutch Publisher PCM
    Since early 2007 Dutch newspaper publisher PCM has occupied a light, spacious and transparent building made largely of glass. It shares the 33,000 square meters INIT building on Oostenburgereiland in Amsterdam with a variety of other companies. Divided by wide 'streets', the overall impression prod
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Geutebruck | Updated: 2009 / 7 / 21

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