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  • Dallmeier CCTV Protects UK McDonald's
    Tough demands are placed on the DVRs in McDonald's restaurants. One of the Dallmeier units even survived being attacked by a burglar and dumped in a sink of water. But there are also challenges in everyday situations, and the machines must be robust enough to operate in a catering environment and fl
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Dallmeier Electronic | Updated: 2009 / 6 / 2
  • British Transport Police Order Image Scan's X-Ray Security System
    Image Scan Holdings, a provider of real-time multi-view, x-ray imaging solutions, confirmed that its wholly owned subsidiary, 3DX-Ray Limited, has secured orders valued in excess of US$252,500 for its new portable x-ray unit, the TPXi, all deliverable within the next 3 months. The orders include uni
    Editor / Provider: Source: Image Scan Holdings | Updated: 2009 / 4 / 17
  • QNAP Surveillance System Deployed in Chinese Culture University
    QNAP Security announced its digital network surveillance (NDVR) server VioGate-340 is adopted by the Chinese Culture University (CCU), Taiwan to set up a large-scale emergency alarm system. In an area of nearly 111 hectares, 55 surveillance servers and 42 emergency alarms are installed to enhance th
    Editor / Provider: Source: QNAP Systems | Updated: 2008 / 12 / 11
  • Aircraft Stay Alert to Attacks
    While airports are designed to filter out possible threats before planes become airborne, it is impossible to catch all attackers before they board. Several solutions on the market watch for possible attacks and reduce threats.
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 7 / 24
  • Total Solutions Protect Airports
    A wide range of technologies stand guard over airports. This article looks at what makes up electronic security systems, along with challenges, are on the horizon.
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 7 / 23
  • Threats in Airport Security
    As airports are vast complexes filled with people, timely identification of threats is crucial to ensuring everyone's safety. A&S examines how various security systems from central management platforms to alarms.
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 7 / 16
  • City Surveillance e-Guarding Lives
    Rapid urbanization occurred during the 20th century, with the percentage of people living in urban areas rising dramatically from 29 percent (732 million) in 1950 to 49 percent (3.2 billion) in 2005; this will rise to 60 percent (4.9 billion) by 2030. While cities provide better job opportunities, e
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 2 / 14
  • Safeguarding Financial Institutions
    In 2006, the financial services vertical in the U.S. purchased US$1.9 billion in electronic security, guard services and physical security equipment such as safes and vaults, according to an ADT-commissioned McKinsey research report. Similar amounts are being spent in Europe and East Asia. A&S talks
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2008 / 2 / 13
  • Biometric Technology in the U.K.: Friend or Foe?
    Over the last two years, the U.K.'s Identity and Passport Service (IPS) has introduced a range of new procedures and systems to prevent identity and passport fraud. The International Biometric Foundation, based in London, talks us through biometric ID systems in the U.K.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 14
  • Parking Lot Security: Starting from the Fundamentals
    Many of us are frightened by dark and isolated parking lots. Indeed, poor design in parking facilities makes them attractive places for crimes. Through the use of a few fundamental strategies, safer parking lots can be maintained.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 8 / 16