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  • Belgian and Dutch ports entrust security to biometric smart cards
    Under the International Maritime Organization's International Code for the Security of Ships and of Port Facilities, Belgian and Dutch seaports have turned to smart cards and biometric systems to help track access by employees and visitors across private terminals. Port of Antwerp and Zeebrugge in B
    Editor / Provider: Lumidigm, Ingersoll Rand | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 28
  • Polish stadium offers secure lifestyle
    MOSRiR, a facility management of sports venues in Szczecin, Poland deployed an IP-based video surveillance system to monitor the Florian Krygier Municipal Stadium in September 2012. Local installer mvb installed the system consisting of Axis Communications high speed domes with 360 degrees pan capac
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 26
  • Identive smart tickets for skiing
    While waiting for spring to bloom, many across the North are still hitting the slopes. A number of ski resorts have adopted RFID so lift tickets can be kept in skiiers' pockets enabling lift gates to open automatically. Though a fixture at many European slopes, RFID tickets are beginning to emerge i
    Editor / Provider: Identive Group | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 26
  • Cali beverage firm manages multisite access in the cloud
    Nor-Cal Beverage, a family-owned beverage company founded in 1937 in Anaheim, commissioned a cloud-based access control system to manage five distributed facilities between Anaheim and Fullerton. The system from Brivo Systems was installed in March 2011 by Tyco Integrated Security. The system manage
    Editor / Provider: Brivo Systems | Updated: 2013 / 3 / 13
  • Milestone XProtect now includes LPR capability
    XProtect LPR is license plate recognition (LPR) software that detects license plate information from vehicles around the world and links the license plate number with video. It is a simple way to control vehicle access, for example, for entrance/exit barriers, parking spaces and toll gates.
    Editor / Provider: Milestone Systems | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 20
  • Helsinki regulates vehicular access with smarts
    During spring 2012 the Finnish capital Helsinki has put an intelligent vehicle access control system for its city center into operation. Authorizing selective vehicle groups for access has proven to be an effective method for reducing unnecessary traffic volume in city centers. By applying this tech
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 6
  • S. African boutique resort safeguards VIPs with networked surveillance
    The Saxon has been voted the World's Leading Boutique Hotel for the past six consecutive years, it is a sumptuous destination designed to offer luxury and comfort to top echelon guests whilst ensuring that their security and privacy are never compromised. Catering to local and international note-wor
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 1 / 31
  • Home Sweet Home
    2012 would be remembered as the pivotal year for home security. A perfect concoction of investment, technology and new entrants has now changed the market landscape forever. Service/business models, ubiquitous broadband and smartphones have finally colluded to make home security and surveillance a m
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu, asmag.com | Updated: 2013 / 1 / 30
  • Manchester MediaCityUK development project locks down on contactless access control
    Located at Salford Quays on the banks of Manchester ship canal phase one of the MediaCityUK development, which is spread over 36 acres of the 200 acre site, has seen around $103 (£650) million invested. Designed around the specific needs of the media and creative industries, the bespoke community fe
    Editor / Provider: Salto Systems | Updated: 2013 / 1 / 24

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