Posts Tagged ‘transport security’

Connected journeys: unlocking solutions set to transform transport

Synectics will use InnoTrans 2018 to explain the opportunities and migration path that operators can take advantage of.

Three technology advancements are set to transform the transport industry ‒ command and control technology, connectivity and the cloud. The combination of these will enable operators to support the growing demand for safer, and more connected, passenger journeys.   According to Synectics, capitalising on the opportunity that new technology presents will help transport operators improve safety,…

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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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Winsted workstations chosen for New Street Station

Winsted workstations chosen for New Street Station

Winsted workstations chosen for New Street Station Leading control room furniture manufacturer Winsted has provided custom-designed equipment for Network Rail’s major overhaul of Birmingham New Street, designed to address problems including significant passenger overcrowding. As the busiest station outside London it was last redeveloped in 1967, now handling over 170,000 passengers daily. With one train…

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Kelvin Hughes provides radar for Port of Vitoria

Kelvin Hughes provides radar for Port of Vitoria A world leader in the design and supply of navigation and security surveillance systems, Kelvin Hughes is delighted to announce that it has been contracted to supply two of its SBS-900-2 SharpEye™ radar systems for the Porto de Vitória in Brazil. The equipment is being provided through…

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Xtralis used by Russian railways

Xtralis used by Russian railways Russian Railways (Rossiyskie Zheleznye Dorogi or RZhD) owns and operates Russia’s entire railroad system, annually carrying over 1 billion passengers. With over 85,000 Km of track and 1.2 billion tonnes of freight shipped annually, RZhD operates the third largest rail network in the world. RZhD has 12 main lines, many…

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