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  • TCDD chooses Sony Professional for round-the-clock safety
    The Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Devlet Demiryolları (TCDD) — State Railways of the Turkish Republic — Regional 4 Directorate of Administration required a system which could identify unsafe or potentially unsafe situations, day or night, at the 41 level crossings on its Sivas, Erzincan, Erzurum and Kars line
    Editor / Provider: Sony Electronics Asia Pacific | Updated: 2016 / 7 / 14
  • Airports are leading the way in transport security
    Airport security has a lot to live up to. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an average of eight million people flew every day in 2013, with the cast majority traveling through main airports.
    Editor / Provider: Daniel Wan, Channel Marketing Manager, Security, U.K. and Ireland, Honeywell Security and Fire | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 27
  • Indian railway security system updated by Mirasys
    When thinking of updating gradually the security systems in different Zones the biggest concern of Indian Railway was the platform security. They wanted to have measures to tighten security, improve the crowd management, apply central monitoring and identify persons and activities. They needed to ha
    Editor / Provider: Mirasys | Updated: 2016 / 3 / 17
  • 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
  • Dutch rail keeps track of stations with heightened awareness
    ProRail, the government agency responsible for rail infrastructure in the Netherlands, is deploying Nice Systems's situation management solution to help identify, verify and manage security, safety, and operations in real time. The solution will also be instrumental in post-event investigation, anal
    Editor / Provider: Nice Systems | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 14
  • High-Speed Rail Bears No Deviation
    China's high-speed rail market is red-hot, with estimates putting it at US$270 billion. A&S finds out from local experts what is ahead. As China becomes a superpower, more overseas companies are willing to invest a great deal of money. The prosperous Chinese economy is driven by mushrooming infra
    Editor / Provider: a&s China | Updated: 2011 / 2 / 16
  • Railway Security Presents Unique Challenges
    Given that railway infrastructure is vast and open, with more access points than airports, it is virtually impossible to be completely secure. There is a need to screen large numbers of passengers at vast railway stations, and rail cars need to be secured while making frequent and open stops. These
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 22
  • Railway Security Finally Coming into Its Own
    There were 206 attacks worldwide on trains and rails from 1979 to 2005. In 1980, a bomb killed 75 at a train station in Bologna, Italy. In 1995, eight were killed on a Paris train. In February 2004, two blasts near a Moscow subway killed 51 people, with another 191 dead a month later in Madrid. A se
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 22
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