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  • Surveon protects cities with high reliability solutions
    As a number of terrorist attacks had taken place around the world these days, city surveillance has become a crucial issue with top priority facing by local and central governments.
    Editor / Provider: Surveon Technology | Updated: 2018 / 6 / 14
  • PureTech patent extension granted for tracking of aerial targets
    The most recent patent award announced by PureTech Systems expands on the previously patented method (US Patent No 9,652,860 B1,) which applies to the detection and tracking of such targets, including the use of other forms of imagery and expanded target application.
    Editor / Provider: PureTech Systems | Updated: 2018 / 6 / 4
  • North American market: Boom continues on growth engines
    The North American security market continues to be strong and robust. Drivers fueling this growth include the need to deal with persisting security issues in the North American region, as well as security technologies that have become more advanced yet affordable.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 15
  • Trace explosive detection for enhanced public security
    On-site detection, particularly at fixed sites, requires tools such as x-ray to detect immediate threats, while on-the-ground intelligence gathering requires a variety of portable, precision tools. A single solution however does not exist, and a more comprehensive suite of tools is now available to
    Editor / Provider: Ryan Holland, Product Manager, FLIR Systems | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 29
  • Keith Bobrosky promoted to Delta Scientific Senior Vice President
    Delta Scientific, manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, announced that Keith Bobrosky, who been a project manager with the company for eleven years, has been awarded with a new title, senior vice president.
    Editor / Provider: Delta Scientific | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 12


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