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  • Railway vandalism: Never mind the drones; double down on video surveillance
    Railway vandalism can include a wide range of criminal activities including drawing graffiti, littering, fly-tipping, damaging company property like fences, bridges, signs and tracks, or even stealing metal to sell on. It's expensive, can cause delays and disruption, and compromise safety.
    Editor / Provider: James Somverville-Smith, Channel Marketing Leader, EMEA, Honeywell Security | Updated: 2015 / 11 / 3
  • Walla Walla regional airport upgrades with Boom Edam security entrance
    Boon Edam, manufacturer in security entrances and architectural revolving doors in the Americas, announced that Walla Walla Regional Airport, in Washington State, has installed a Boon Edam revolving door to upgrade security and ensure tighter Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) compliance.
    Editor / Provider: Royal Boon Edam | Updated: 2015 / 11 / 6
  • Hikvision IP surveillance system secures Ghana's International Airport
    Hikvision Digital Technology and their Central African partner, Skylinks Technical Services, have recently completed the installation of an IP surveillance network for Aviance Ghana at Kotoka International Airport. A total of thirteen cameras now maintain close scrutiny of the 650-hectare site and p
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 2015 / 9 / 30
  • Remote video surveillance for highway traffic application
    Thousands of commuters every day crowd the main highways in Taiwan making their way to their desired destinations. Video surveillance systems have been widely used on highways for traffic monitoring, as the cameras are able to provide the most up-to-date information for both the traffic management c
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by LILIN | Updated: 2015 / 9 / 17
  • Thermal imaging: A technology ready to further conquer the world
    A lot of technologies that we are considering to be quite common today have found their origin in military applications. Radar and jet engines were originally developed by and for the military. Global Positioning Systems, commonly known as GPS, were developed in the early 1970's by the United States
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by FLIR System | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 3
  • Scottish minister sees IndigoVision's technology at Shanghai Airport
    As part of a Chinese trade mission promoting Scottish business, The First Minister for Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, met with the Shanghai Airport authority to see a demonstration of IndigoVision's video security technology at Shanghai Hongqiao airport.
    Editor / Provider: Indigovision | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 3

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