Posts Tagged ‘monitoring’

Fotech launches DAS-based security management platform for smarter border surveillance and perimeter intrusion monitoring

Fotech

In response to increased security threats to private and public assets, critical infrastructure, borders and perimeters increase, Fotech has launched a security management platform that allows for comprehensive monitoring of physical perimeters. Whether protecting against breaches or intrusions, illegal border crossings, terrorist or criminal activity, the platform simplifies the process of identifying and locating threats…

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Preventing terminal closures effectively: Dallmeier presents semi-automated monitoring solution for the airport security area

Dallmeier

The problem is familiar to airport operators: Unauthorised individuals enter the security area every day, for example when passengers go back to the airside from the land side after passing through customs or wander between “clean” and “unclean” zones inside the security area. The task of detecting and intercepting these “strays” quickly and resolving the…

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Kinesis vehicle telematics helps Lincolnshire Security guard the guards

Kinesis

Kinesis vehicle telematics is giving Lincolnshire Security complete visibility of its mobile operation. The recently implemented tracking system gives the Boston based company round the clock monitoring of mobile staff for resource planning, incident response, customer reporting and health and safety responsibilities. Offering a wide range of guarding and mobile security, Lincolnshire Security service offering…

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Camden door controls strikes are now available without monitoring

Camden Door Controls have announced the introduction of its new CX-ED 1079 5/8” latch projection and CX-ED 1079D ¾” latch projection strikes. Each of these Grade 1 ‘Universal’ ANSI strikes, complete with three faceplates, are now available without monitoring. According to the manufacturer, they provide the best strike value for installers when monitoring is not…

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