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  • Seeing your face everywhere
    Seeing the noninvasive, face-capturing benefits, different verticals are incorporating face recognition into their settings, acting as access control devices or identification tools. In each different setting, users must be perfectly aware of their environments and the dynamics surrounding it. Users
    Editor / Provider: Christine Chien, a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 12
  • Paris international airports improve security and perimeter surveillance on IP
    ADP, founded in 1945, is most famous for its large international airports serving the Paris area: Roissy, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly. It also manages the 14 aerodromes in the Ile-de France region and jointly manages many other airport sites in Mexico, Egypt, Cambodia, Belgium, Jordan, Algeria,
    Editor / Provider: Sony | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 1
  • W. Virginia State Police opt for Morpho mobile fingerprint ID devices
    West Virginia State Police (WVSP) are successfully using MorphoIDent mobile ID devices supplied by MorphoTrak to make real-time identifications on both the WVSP and the FBI's Repository for Individuals of Special Concern (RISC) fingerprint databases.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho | Updated: 2012 / 11 / 28
  • Scottish museum shields exhibits with VCA Technology analytics
    At some of the Glasgow Museum buildings, such as the Riverside Transport Museum and the Burrell Collection, VCA Technology Video Analytics has been deployed as a highly reliable method of simultaneously accurately counting the number of visitors that stream through a large number of entrances. The s
    Editor / Provider: VCA Technology | Updated: 2012 / 9 / 12
  • Two Japanese airports pilot ultrasonic fingerprint scanning
    Airports around the world are faced with two daunting tasks—maintaining rigorous levels of security and delaying passengers as little as possible. In the years following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, airport security has been heightened, not only in the U.S. but around the world. Most officials and
    Editor / Provider: Securiport | Updated: 2012 / 9 / 5
  • 2012 Africa Cup of Nations Security Project
    The Africa Cup of Nations is the main International Football Association competition in Africa. It is sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), and was first held in 1957. Since 1968, it has been held every two years. The 2012 Games will be held in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. I
    Editor / Provider: Magal Security Systems | Updated: 2012 / 7 / 10
  • Communication Crucial to Metro Security
    Metro stations require numerous sensors to detect behavior in different areas. Processing the data from these sensors takes time and, in many cases, is done manually by operators. “Additionally, the operator then has to manually locate the video camera(s) nearest to the sensor location to verify wha
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang | Updated: 2012 / 7 / 5
  • Threats in Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
    Theft — of designs, patents, raw materials and finished products — is the biggest problem facing the pharmaceutical industry. Stolen drugs are often blended in with counterfeit ones, and there is no easy way to identify tampered or damaged products even if the stolen items are recovered. Not only is
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 4 / 30
  • Nice Selected by Hawaiian Bank to Provide Financial Crime Management
    NICE Actimize company and the largest and broadest provider of a single financial crime, risk and compliance software platform for the financial services industry, announced that First Hawaiian Bank has expanded their relationship with NICE Actimize to support the bank's enterprise-wide financial cr
    Editor / Provider: Nice Systems | Updated: 2012 / 4 / 5
  • Threats of Sport Events Accelerate Stadium Security Market
    Current security spending on global sports is US$2 billion from cities, teams and schools worldwide, according to ESPN. In emerging markets, more cities are hosting large sports events. Sporting events are highly susceptible to volatility. One contributing factor is the emotional state of crowds. Pe
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 2012 / 4 / 2

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