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  • Part Ⅱ:Securing and Preserving Cultural Heritage
    THE SECURITY WITHIN Security cameras must be able to view all corners of the museum and keep an eye on any abnormalities without making visitors feel like they are under constant surveillance. Currently, older analog cameras are most widely used in museums because they are a legacy product. Their qu
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2011 / 1 / 27
  • Instek Digital, Veracity and 2020 Vision Protect UK Museum
    The Great North Museum: Hancock brings together the North East's premier collections of archaeology, natural history, geology and world cultures under one roof. It incorporates collections from the original Hancock Museum and Newcastle University's former Museum of Antiquities and the Shefton Museum
    Editor / Provider: Instek Digital | Updated: 2011 / 1 / 17
  • TagMaster RFID Vehicle System Descends at Peru International Airport
    TagMaster, a producer of long-range Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems for automatic vehicle identification solutions, announced that Peru's largest airport, Jorge Chavez International Airport (JCIA) in Lima had selected TagMaster as the RFID solution provider for the airport. TagMaster's
    Editor / Provider: TagMaster | Updated: 2011 / 1 / 7
  • Visonic Transmission Technology Tracks Israeli Griffons
    Visonic, a developer and manufacturer of wireless home security and safety systems and components, announced that the Israel Nature & Parks Authority (INPA) has chosen the company's technology to enable research that will help protect the griffon vulture population in Israel.
    Editor / Provider: Visonic | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 30
  • Destron Fearing Signs Contract Extension for Pet Identification
    Digital Angel, a technology company in the field of animal identification and emergency identification solutions, announced its Destron Fearing unit has signed a contract extension with Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health, to provide syringe and RFID microchip systems and readers. While the terms
    Editor / Provider: Digital Angel | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 30
  • ZigBee Alliance Announces New Global Input Device Standard for CE and Computer Accessories
    The ZigBee Alliance, a global ecosystem of companies creating wireless solutions for use in energy management, residential, commercial and consumer applications, today announced the completion of ZigBee Input Device, the new global standard for human interface devices used in consumer electronics (C
    Editor / Provider: ZigBee Alliance | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 30
  • Advanced Technology Clamps Down on Inmates
    Although funding is an issue, correctional facilities are deploying advanced technology to keep better watch on inmates. Everything from biometric to infrared technology is used to keep danger from entering or leaving the facility.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 22
  • Tempering Threats Within Prison Walls
    Prisons house people deemed too dangerous to society by the law. Freedom is no longer theirs while they are incarcerated, and steps are made to ensure all actions within the facility are monitored for both their own safety and the safety of other inmates and guards.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 21
  • Internet Protocol Version 6 and Security
    Internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) is designed to succeed IPv4, the first publicly used protocol that is still in dominant use currently. IPv6 was first ratified as IPng some 14 years ago. Since then, it has had a gradual development and deployment in the Internet and in enterprise level installatio
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Norbain | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 14

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