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  • Security players embrace Middle East growth potential
    The Middle East's growth potential can't be ignored. Economic initiatives and upcoming mega-events prompt government to build infrastructure and increase spending. This in turn will also lure private sector players to invest in peripheral sectors for example retail and hospitality. Combined with the
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 8
  • Economy, gov’t mandates to drive Middle East security market
    Government regulations and a recovering economy are some of the factors that will drive the Middle East electronic security industry, which is forecasted to register a double-digit compound annual growth rate from 2017 to 2022, according to a report by Frost and Sullivan.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 30
  • Security 50 cites upbeat sentiment for 2017, 2018
    The year 2017 was still a growth year for security. Demands haven't diminished given persisting threats from terrorists as well as criminals. Yet due to competition and falling prices, growth has been moderate, not the kind of high-level growth that we saw in the middle part of this decade. Finally,
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 12 / 5
  • Nedap hands-free access control crucial to Queensland MS kids moveability
    ISCS and N.A.S.A. Electronic Security Systems have been instrumental in providing young, high-care MS patients with much-needed technology to help them move about more freely. Nedap's uPASS readers and UHF cards in conjunction with the ICT Protégé WX Access Control system were installed in the recen
    Editor / Provider: Nedap Identification Systems | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 21
  • The 10 musts of museum access control — and one technology that does them all
    When Munch's The Scream was stolen from an Oslo museum in 1994, the thieves left a handwritten postcard. It read: “Thanks for the poor security.” As that famous heist and others show, every exhibit risks theft, damage, vandalism or terrorism — both carefully planned and opportunistic. In 2008, a gal
    Editor / Provider: ASSA ABLOY | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9
  • Alarms are useful. But what about deaf people?
    Traditional fire or intruder alarms are effective because they alert people by making some kind of noise. But what if the user is deaf or has hearing issues?
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas | Updated: 2017 / 8 / 22