Hikvision, leading global supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, supplied digital video monitoring technology solutions to the Museum for East Asian Art in Cologne – entering the facility into the age of HD-TVI.
Following the Axis Communications article from last week on perimeter breaches at international airports, we continue with considerations that should be made to secure your airport’s defences.
In May 2015, surveillance cameras at Mineta San Jose International Airport in San Jose, California spotted a 20-year-old person entering a restricted area. When approached by airport security personnel, not only did she resist arrest but they found she also wasn’t carrying identification.
World’s first professional certified outdoor robot and deep learning artificial intelligence search engine technology wowed exhibitors and visitors alike.
Leading security product and service suppliers including FLIR Systems, Hikvision and Inner Range are showcasing their latest solutions at this week’s Security Exhibition & Conference to a record visiting audience of industry professionals.
Genetec, a leading provider of open architecture security and public safety solutions, today announced it is attending the Security Exhibition & Conference in Sydney, Australia this week. The company will demonstrate its latest innovative unified physical security technologies that help integrators and end-users in transit, airports, enterprise, education, retail and government ‘Protect the Everyday’.
With so many innovative new products at the Security Exhibition & Conference this year, it’s hard to know where to start. We’ve picked 7 forward-thinking technologies to watch out for.
HID Global showcases indoor and outdoor positioning services for enterprise organisations at the Security Exhibition
Cat 6 is all about delivering fast, reliable, always on broadband speed, the main things the public and nbn customers constantly say they both want and have a lot of complaints about.
When it comes to IP security cameras – should you be more concerned about their physical security or their cyber vulnerabilities? Is there much difference anyway?