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  • UK rail station grows security infrastructure with adjacent airport
    The London Southend Airport and rail station, which were acquired by the transport and logistics group Stobart in 2008, feature the Bosch range of Projection Speakers and Metal Cabinet Speakers to ensure effective communications with passengers, whose numbers are expected to rise to more than two mi
    Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2013 / 7 / 3
  • Value-added biometrics
    New biometric solutions offer more customizable features for operators and security personnel to adapt quickly. In this feature, a&s showcases a number of interesting applications which harness the powers of biometrics while providing end users a more cost-effective way to manage and add value to se
    Editor / Provider: Compiled by a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 28
  • Guangzhou airport scales access management
    China's Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, one of the second busiest airports in China based on passenger flow, deployed a scalable Gallagher Security security managementand access control system as the airport underwent a three phase expansion project. The centralized security management syste
    Editor / Provider: Gallagher Security | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 27
  • Safran names senior executives
    Yves Leclere named Advisor to the Safran Chairman, Jean-Paul Herteman. He started his career with the Group in 1974, joining Messier as head of international partnerships, then economic affairs in 1978. He was head of purchasing at Messier from 1983 to 1988. At that point he was named CEO of Eram, a
    Editor / Provider: Safran | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 24
  • Safran reports 9.5% growth in 2013 Q1
    - First-quarter 2013 adjusted revenue was US$4,440 million (Euro 3,404 million), up 9.5% year-on-year, or up 9.6% on an organic basis. - Solid revenue growth contribution from Aerospace activities, both in OE deliveries and aftermarket. Sales in - Defence were resilient. Positive dynamics in Secur
    Editor / Provider: Safran | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 24
  • Brazilian airport operator eyes runway with IP
    Brazil state-owned airport operator, Infraero, recently deployed eight Axis Communications network cameras to monitor its 3,000 meters runway, plus 300 meters unregistered at Guararapes International Airport in Recife. Local Axis partner, Security Solutions Systems (S3) implemented and installed the
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 23
  • Sicily airport undergoes upgrade to enhance apron control
    The main airport in Sicily and the first in Southern Italy with high domestic traffic and several connections to mid-range European and extra-European destinations had an outdated video surveillance system that could no longer ensure ideal control of apron surveillance. The low-definition analog sys
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 7
  • New concourse of Dubai International T3 opens doors to public
    CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, is pleased to announce their aviation-renowned AC2000 security management system has been successfully installed at the new Concourse 3 Terminal 3 in Dubai International Airport. The system was delivered by CEM business partners in UAE, Tyco Fire & Securi
    Editor / Provider: CEM Systems | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 15
  • Safran/Sagem establishes services subsidiary in India
    Sagem (Safran), the European supplier for navigation, optronics and avionics systems and equipment and safety-critical software, has created Sagem Services India, a wholly-owned subsidiary that will be headquartered in New Delhi.
    Editor / Provider: Safran/Sagem | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 8

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