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  • EyeLock becomes AMAG Symmetry Preferred Partner
    As a certified partner, EyeLock's iris biometric technology integrates with AMAG's latest Symmetry Access Control software. AMAG Technology and EyeLock cooperatively tested and certified this integration
    Editor / Provider: AMAG Technology | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 4
  • SCATI provides video surveillance to Mexican city
    This Mexican city employed SCATI for the expansion of the video surveillance security network in the emergency facility. This project is possible thanks to its ability to integrate, which encourages the interoperability of all security tools.
    Editor / Provider: SCATI | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 25
  • Honeywell announces key enhancements to video surveillance portfolio
    Honeywell Security announced additions to its growing portfolio of video technology to help security professionals more easily design connected building systems. The company has added several devices to its range of equIP series cameras designed to produce better picture quality in the most-challeng
    Editor / Provider: Honeywell Security and Fire | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 25
  • Intelligent Security Systems help secure Deal Police Department
    A fully integrated security architecture was developed and implemented at the Deal Municipal Complex in Deal, NJ. Complying with Federal, State, and County policies, a single-system architecture provides video surveillance, alarming/alerting, integrated audio monitoring / recording, and facility acc
    Editor / Provider: Intelligent Security Systems | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 20
  • New Hikvision solutions designed for a variety of locations
    Hikvision Canada Inc. is introducing three new video surveillance solutions—all designed to help security professionals with specific design requirements or who work in challenging environments do their jobs more efficiently.
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 20
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    Robots are becoming an integral part of security, especially since rising wages and lack of adequate manpower hinder safety efforts. Several companies have come up with surveillance robots and the latest to enter the market is the Japanese electronics giant Sharp Electronics.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2016 / 10 / 18