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  • Thailand bombing and government stimulus push security growth
    Since the military government took over in 2014, expectations for Thailand have been optimistic. Unfortunately, the economy has yet to benefit from the efforts the government has taken, as the country sees project delays and a recent bombing tragedy that took the lives of 22 people.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu | Updated: 2015 / 9 / 21
  • Security at seaports: how do you integrate the right technology?
    There are several important points to consider while providing security surveillance solutions for seaports. Here we talk to industry experts to find out the best seaport security solutions, challenges to installing them and effective workarounds.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 26
  • DynaColor continues to provide best OEM/ODM services
    Around eight years ago, many security companies were met with tremendous challenges from the global economic recession and the migration from analog to IP video technology. DynaColor was among the companies that experienced a temporary slowdown in its growth; however, the company has proved its wort
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 13
  • Milestone helps Icelandic harbors free up 1,000 man-hours per year
    Faxaports include Iceland's main ports for export and import, moving thousands of containers annually to and from international destinations. The majority of all goods imported to the country pass through Faxaports' harbors, and the number of ships are increasing every year.
    Editor / Provider: Milestone | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 7
  • Thermal imaging: A technology ready to further conquer the world
    A lot of technologies that we are considering to be quite common today have found their origin in military applications. Radar and jet engines were originally developed by and for the military. Global Positioning Systems, commonly known as GPS, were developed in the early 1970's by the United States
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by FLIR System | Updated: 2015 / 8 / 3
  • Electronic locks dominate the access control industry
    Electronic locks have evolved significantly since the 1970s when they were used mostly in hospitality and relied upon holes that were drilled into the cards themselves. Three decades later, electronic locks are now one of the fastest growing segments of the access control industry and have unmatched
    Editor / Provider: Blake Kozak, IHS analyst | Updated: 2015 / 7 / 22
  • Be a trendsetter in Japan
    Opportunities are growing as Japan follows the global trend to solutions, however with insufficient knowledge of IT, implications arise for product driven companies who are struggling to keep up. The time is now to venture in Japan's security market as service and solution providers are needed in Ja
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu, a&s International (Reporting with a&s Japan) | Updated: 2015 / 6 / 9