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  • Low-Light Cameras Break New Ground
    While security cameras have evolved continuously, few can perform up to par after the sun sets. Thus, what determines the effectiveness of a camera is how well it performs during the vulnerable hours of darkness, when criminal activity is most likely to occur. A&S looks at how far low-light cameras
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 8
  • Xtralis Detection System Soars at Indian Airport Terminal
    Xtralis, a provider of solutions for detection of fire, gas and security threats, announced that its warning aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system has been deployed to protect business continuity at Delhi Airport Terminal 3. The air transportation hub has the capacity to handle 34 million passen
    Editor / Provider: Xtralis | Updated: 2010 / 11 / 18
  • High-Speed Movement on Rail Security
    In a time when climate-changing pollution and falling oil production are major issues of concern, high-speed rail (HSR) has emerged as an alternative mode of economical long-distance travel and a booster to economic development.
    Editor / Provider: By a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 11 / 17
  • Busy Airport Evolves in Security Measures
    Growing numbers of passengers and security concerns lead to the collaboration between China's Changsha Huanghua International Airport and CEM Systems.
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY CEM SYSTEMS | Updated: 2010 / 10 / 15
  • Avoid the Perils of Public Projects
    Public-surveillance projects share the basic goal of watching for citizen safety. However, meeting that goal is not always simple. A&S looks at common issues with public monitoring and how to sidestep them.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2010 / 9 / 29
  • SISYS Keeps Track of Visitors at BAE Systems UK Sites
    BAE Systems Military Air Solutions (MAS), part of global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems, has chosen visitor management system from SISYS to control visitor access across four of its sites. SISYS is a division of Chubb Systems, part of UTC Fire & Security.
    Editor / Provider: SISYS | Updated: 2010 / 9 / 24
  • CEM Access Control Descends on Manchester Airport
    CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, announced that the CEM security management system at Manchester Airport has been extended to secure the new A380 Pier B. Pier B was updated to accommodate an A380 aircraft, which first landed at Manchester Airport on Sept. 1.
    Editor / Provider: CEM Systems | Updated: 2010 / 9 / 24
  • Tips for the Casino Security Buyer
    Casinos pose a particular set of technical challenges for video security system designers. Achieving a particular ambience is important but so are fairness and security, and that means choosing security equipment which is up to the task. As in any purchasing situation, it helps to know what is avai
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Geutebruck | Updated: 2010 / 9 / 2
  • US Marines Upgrade with Smiths Chemical Detection
    Smiths Detection announced the US Marines will begin installing the company's chemical detectors to their fleet as part of the Marine Air-Ground task force assessment and consequence management program for chemical agent identification systems. The upgrade maximizes system capabilities and performan
    Editor / Provider: Smiths Detection | Updated: 2010 / 8 / 31

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