Navigating the
Open Seas
Cruise Security

As an industry, cruises are a major part of global tourism. The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) estimated roughly 24 million passengers would travel on cruise lines globally in 2016, a number that has steadily increased year by year. Not only have passenger numbers increased, the number of routes and ships have also seen rapid growth. This increase has had a direct impact on the demand for security and safety equipment ...


Cruise ships go full steam ahead with video surveillance

Video surveillance is an integral part of cruise vessel security. Correct camera selection, placement and installation can either make or break a ship’s security system.

Safer ship travel with Milestone-Axis IP video surveillance

Milestone Systems' VMS and Axis network cameras were installed on a Norwegian ship to manage essential operations and ensure safety for the ship's crew.

Surveillance at sea? There's an app for that

eviid is a smarphone app that can become a valuable tool in maritime security as it is able to transmit data in low-bandwidth circumstances.

Mobotix secures ferry in New Zealand

A New Zealand ferry overhauled its system to a new Mobotix IP system for higher resolution videos to provide better service for its passengers.


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Qognify VisionHub IP VMS
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Geutebruck G-Cam EHC-3285 6 Megapixel IP camera