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  • Tyco offers EyeLock nano NXT for access control
    Tyco Security Products introduces the integration of EyeLock nano NXT advanced dual iris authentication technology with Software House's C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution.
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 29
  • Avigilon helped secure 2016 Rio Olympic Games
    Avigilon, provider of trusted security solutions, announced that its video surveillance cameras, network video recorders, and video management software helped protect the 2016 Summer Olympic Games held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (the "Rio 2016 Olympics").
    Editor / Provider: Avigilon | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 26
  • Dahua provides winning solution for 2016 Rio Summer Olympics
    When the Olympic Games come to town, the welfare of people and property are of paramount importance in both the planning process and during the event. The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro draws 500,000 foreign visitors and sells $7.5 million tickets to people who will watch 10,500 athletes com
    Editor / Provider: Dahua Technology | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 26
  • Do more with less, and save some money, with multisensor cameras
    Amid budget constraints, end users constantly look for ways to “do more with less” with their security equipment, and multisensor cameras, those with multiple lenses housed in a single unit, can be an ideal solution.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 24
  • Innovative real-time high-speed ANPR system with Basler ace cameras
    Automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), also known as license plate recognition (LPR), for fast-moving vehicles has always been a challenging task, especially when using an IP camera-based traffic monitoring system.
    Editor / Provider: Basler | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 23
  • Iris may be more accurate, but it's not perfect
    Recently, there were reports on iris solutions being deployed at end user entities, with owners of these entities touting the accuracy of the technology. However, notwithstanding iris's superior identification technology, it is by no means perfect and still has its shortcomings and limitations.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 23
  • Now, a solution to bring that intrusive drone down
    Drones are increasing in numbers every day. While this is good news for the drone industry, it causes significant concerns to several agencies that need to protect their resources. Locations like prisons, for instance, require their airspaces to be free of drones to prevent any sort of malpractice.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 23
  • Securing critical infrastructures with thermal and low light cameras
    Protecting and securing critical infrastructures poses a number of challenges. Be it illegal trespassing, vandalism, copper theft or even sabotage, security systems need to be able to not only alert operators to incidents, but also to enable them to identify the type, scope and severity of an incide
    Editor / Provider: Andrea Sorri, Director, Business Development, Government, City Surveillance and Critical Infrastructure, Axis Communications | Updated: 2016 / 8 / 19

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