Transport Security

Redline’s threat recognition image training is one step ahead

Redline’s threat recognition image training is one step ahead

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has recently announced that its Governing Council is to introduce a new interim aviation safety measure prohibiting all shipments of lithium-ion batteries UN 3480, Package Instruction (PI) 965 as cargo on passenger aircraft meaning that airport operators, Known Consignors, Regulated Agents and any air cargo screening facilities must adhere to the new interim measures.

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SOSi expands field medical operations

SOSi expands field medical operations

SOSi expands field medical operations SOS International LLC (SOSi) have announced the launch of a new medical support division to provide expeditionary medical services to the U.S. government and large private companies in the oil, gas and mining sectors. SOSi’s expansion into the medical operations field builds off its current work in Iraq, where the company…

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First-of-its-kind Travel Risk Map by International SOS

First-of-its-kind Travel Risk Map launched by International SOS

First-of-its-kind Travel Risk Map by International SOS and control risks Preparedness key to mitigating medical and travel security risks abroad New map shows medical and travel security risks by country 80 percent of travellers had concerns about safety abroad; but less than half research security issues pre-travel 71 percent of senior executive travellers had medical problems…

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Forum Events introduce new Security microsite

Forum Events introduce new Security microsite

Forum Events introduce new Security microsite Forum Events launches a new microsite for their Total Security Summit event. As part of a wider campaign to support the security industry, Forum Events has this week launched a new engaging partner microsite for the security industry. The new design has been carefully planned to create a smoother…

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Vicom protects London Underground depot with MOBOTIX

Vicom protects London Underground depot with MOBOTIX

Vicom protects London Underground depot with MOBOTIX High value London Underground site protected by Vicom and Mobotix with security analytics and thermal imaging without restricting access to maintenance crews MOBOTIX AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems has released details of a project for London Underground (LU) using innovative thermal imaging technology…

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Surveillance: debunking the transport security myth

Surveillance: debunking the transport security myth

Surveillance: debunking the transport security myth Why safe travel doesn’t have to mean slow travel All transport hubs, whether consumer or commercial, face two significant challenges: keeping people and property safe, and ensuring that both pass from entrance to exit efficiently and economically. A common view is that tackling one inevitably has a negative impact…

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Railway vandalism: never mind the drones; double down on CCTV and video

Railway Vandalism: never mind the drones; double down on CCTV and video

Railway vandalism: never mind the drones; double down on CCTV and video James Somerville-Smith, EMEA channel marketing leader at Honeywell Railway vandalism can include a wide range of criminal activities including drawing graffiti, littering, fly-tipping, damaging company property like fences, bridges, signs and tracks, or even stealing metal to sell on. It’s expensive, can cause…

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