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PoE switches aid bobsleigh safety monitoring

barox Kommunikation has been enlisted to help maintain safety at the Altenberg racing sledge and bobsleigh track. Situated in the Saxon Eastern Ore Mountains district, near to the border with the Czech Republic, the 1,413m long Altenberg racing sledge and bobsleigh track has...
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Quantum expands video surveillance portfolio

Quantum’s new line of Network Video Recording (NVR) servers complement the company’s VS-HCI Series and are offered in both mini-tower and rack-mounted form factors to provide customers with a range of affordable, reliable, and high-performance options for surveillance recording...
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Essex school upgrades its fire protection

When facilities managers at the Campion School in Hornchurch, Essex realised that its life safety system would benefit from being upgraded, the team consulted local fire protection systems supplier, Fisk Group. There were a number of factors to consider when selecting a new...
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IDIS announces new VMS features

IDIS has further enhanced its IDIS Center VMS, adding new features and functions targeted at small to mid-sized enterprises, and multi-site customers. New features now included with the VMS include MapVue, a search function that is aimed at speeding up operator navigation across...
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Sensors help protect and manage elephants

Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensors from Optex are at the heart of a new solution that is helping to protect endangered elephants at the Mount Kenya National Park. Mount Kenya is the second largest mountain in Africa, and the UNESCO listed National Park was established to...
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How to prevent cyber risks with CCTV

Cyberattacks on CCTV systems: what are the risks and what can you do to try to prevent problems? CCTV has changed the way we secure properties and ensure public order, providing an unprecedented degree of awareness for security professionals and deterring crime in the process. In...
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The undeserved negativity of facial recognition

Alistair Enser, CEO, Reliance High-Tech explains why calls for a ban on facial recognition are premature With the news that the Metropolitan Police is to start using live facial recognition technology, the subject is attracting great interest. Facial recognition, and the AI that...
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Screening security people benefits

How security screening of installers benefits buyers and suppliers alike Security screening has long been essential ‘hygiene’ for professional installers. And rightly so, since it signifies that businesses are taking seriously the risks associated with rogue employees in their...
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New Pyronix initiative to boost business

Pyronix has launched its Growth Acceleration with Pyronix (GAP) initiative with the aim of helping installation businesses to grow through providing support services and techniques. Focused on the key topics of Revenue, Knowledge and Branding – whether it’s new Cloud...
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AI CCTV secures sites and saves money

Supplier of construction materials, Myers Group, has invested £200,000 in the install of AI-enabled CCTV systems across its sites, as part of the group’s ongoing efforts to upgrade security and boost profits. The technology, designed, installed and maintained by Centurion Fire...