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  • Integrated Security in Healthcare (Part II of II)
    Hospitals are very much like a large department store except there is no checkout counter,〃 said Nesbitt. They are loaded with big-ticket items, such as computers and medical apparatuses (endoscopy equipment, portable electrocardiogram devices, defibrillators and IV pumps). Both controlled and over-
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 28
  • Integrated Security in Healthcare (Part I of II)
    Hospitals aim to provide a caring environment for the sick and injured, and, today, they face heightened violence and crime that drive demands for more integrated security measures.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 28
  • RFID Gears Up for the Real World
    Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology may not be new, but it has not garnered widespread adoption until recent years. With varying standards and higher costs compared to previous technologies, RFID solutions are now mature enough to be a viable alternative. A&S International takes a look
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 12 / 27
  • Video Analytics: Separating Fact from Fiction
    Intelligent video analytics, or computer vision, hold a great deal of promise, but the results so far have been disappointing. Alan Lipton, Chief Technology Officer for ObjectVideo, discussed reasonable expectations for video analytics at the Global Digital Surveillance Forum, part of SecuTech Expo
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by ObjectVideo | Updated: 2007 / 11 / 15
  • Security Electronics for Museum Security
    Digital video, integrated IP intercom systems and fiberoptic transmission have been used to enhance security at museums throughout the world.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted BY Axis Communica tions, Videor Technica l, Zenitel and AMG Systems | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 8
  • Protecting the Priceless: Museum Security
    Housing treasures of human culture and history, museums are prone to security risks. It is definitely not enough to just install electronics and hope technology will do everything. Museums must also have the right people and the correct procedures to ensure the security of valuable heritage of manki
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 8
  • Anywhere, Anytime: An Update on Network Cameras
    As IP surveillance is quickly becoming the most flexible and future-proof option for security surveillance installations, it is important for users to get the latest update on the current market trends and future developments of network cameras.
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 12
  • Argentina's Access Control Market Rebounding
    Following a disastrous economic crash in 2001, the Argentine electronic security market is making a strong recovery. Growth in the past five years has seen this South American nation reassume its position as one of the market leaders, particularly in the adoption of advanced technology.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 12
  • Security Technology Used in Casinos
    The very nature of the gaming environment, where patrons and staff intermingle and large sums of money are involved, requires best-quality video. A quality casino surveillance system is essential in resolving gaming disputes; monitoring public safety; and detecting fraud, cheating and theft.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 9 / 12
  • Electronic Security Options for Parking Lots
    While fundamental strategies such as adequate lighting and good visibility underlie safe parking lots, security electronics also play an important role in facility operation.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2007 / 8 / 17