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  • 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
  • Crowd control: video analytics and alternative surveillance cameras
    The ‘classical' video analytics like detecting loitering and unattended baggage are not a good fit for a crowded scene. Masses of people standing and moving at one point near a race track and large numbers of bags in the scene will create too many alarms to make this solution practical.
    Editor / Provider: Israel Gogol, Freelancer, a&s International | Updated: 2015 / 5 / 6
  • 2015 Access control: Experts pinpoint growth sectors
    IHS estimates the overall growth for the access control industry will be 8.8% in 2015, although that figure is likely to change since this is only the beginning of the year, cautioned Blake Kozak, Senior Analyst at IHS.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2015 / 2 / 24
  • Vertical market: Hospitals combine forces and security
    A recent change in the healthcare vertical is an increase in the number mergers and acquisitions. More and more healthcare facilities combine forces to reduce their costs. The need to integrate separate security systems is added to the existing challenges of securing healthcare facilities. PSIM solu
    Editor / Provider: Israel Gogol, freelancer, a&s International | Updated: 2014 / 12 / 22
  • Vietnam rallies behind security
    The anti-China protests that escalated to a riot in May resulted in damages to factories in industrial parks. Many of them were looted or burned down, causing injuries and several deaths to people who were caught in the incidents. The aftermath of the event led to losses of millions of dollars in da
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu, a&s Asia | Updated: 2014 / 11 / 4
  • A new image for city Maceió
    Axis network cameras help Alagoas' government reduce crime rates, identify unregistered vehicles and raise driver awareness.
    Editor / Provider: Axis | Updated: 2014 / 10 / 23
  • W Hotel chooses EverFocus surveillance systems in Doha
    As more and more high-end hotels are built in Qatar, W Hotel wanted to provide more secured experiences for their employees and their valuable guests during their stays in W Hotel for competitive hotel market in Qatar. Therefore, W Hotel turned to EverFocus for a well –planned surveillance system.
    Editor / Provider: EverFocus | Updated: 2014 / 9 / 5
  • exacq enhances surveillance system in  School District in Pennsylvania
    The new exacqVision hybrid servers allowed the school district to maintain and leverage their existing infrastructure and utilize their 95 pre-existing analog cameras to create an inexpensive, improved surveillance solution.
    Editor / Provider: exacq Technologies | Updated: 2014 / 8 / 12
  • Georgia State University upgrades access control system with Tyco
    GSU has the largest campus police department of any school in the state with more than 100 employees. The challenge for the University is securing its urban campus, where students, as well as strangers, can walk the grounds.
    Editor / Provider: Tyco | Updated: 2014 / 8 / 5