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Raytec to host a series of webinars which focus on CCTV lighting
CCTV lighting experts Raytec launch a free programme of webinars to promote the best practices in both CCTV and general lighting applications.Raytec are world leaders in CCTV lighting and the winter webinar series is designed to bring installers, designers...
Geutebruck opens online store to benefit CCTV users and developers
Geutebruck, the German video system manufacturer has hit on an idea for improving the functionality of its systems by adopting and adapting what mobile device manufacturers are doing. It has opened an online store to sell certificated software applications...
IEE's Tailgate Detector wins Fedil Innovation Prize
The Innovation Prize is the third award the Tailgate Detector has received this year Luxembourg-based sensing specialist IEE has won the Fedil Innovation Prize in the category Business Development for its Tailgate Detector, an innovative...
See the latest IP surveillance products at Secutech 2011
Leading IP surveillance manufacturers and suppliers will display their latest products at more than 600 booths at Secutech, held 20 - 22 April 2011 at the Nangang Taipei World Trade Centre, Taiwan. The show is organised by Messe Frankfurt New Era...
ASIS International now accepting abstracts for 2011 Asia-Pacific Conference
ASIS International is now accepting abstracts for presentations for its 2011 Asia-Pacific Conference. The 5th ASIS International Asia-Pacific Conference & Exhibition will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 5-7 December 2011.It will feature around...
NT Security receives Approved Installer status for Ingersoll's PegaSys Intelligent Access Control System
Ingersoll Rand is delighted to announce that  NT Security has been granted Approved Installer status for its PegaSys Intelligent Access Control System. The Kent-based company will support the specification of the new PegaSys Intelligent Access Control...
Mobotix AG achieves 42% sales growth for network-based video security systems
Mobotix AG, system provider of high-resolution and network-based video security systems, announced the preliminary financial results for the first three months of the fiscal year 2010/11 ending on September 30, 2010. The MOBOTIX Group (IFRS consolidated...
Bold Communications joins ADPRO's Advantage Partner Programme for full improved security product offerings
Bold Communications has joined ADPRO'S Advantage Partner Programme providing full central station integration for management of both Adpro FastTrace and the new V3100 Hybrid DVR and Transmitter. The Advantage Partner Programme is a new initiative which...
Iris recognition systems for access control and identity management gain popularity
The use of retinal scans for security applications is increasing The eyes have it. The use of iris recognition technology is expanding around the globe and it is being utilised in a vast array of commercial and government applications...
ASIS International 2010 in pictures
SourceSecurity.com was at the tradeshow in Dallas to capture the excitement at many of the exhibitors' booths as they showcased their latest products and innovations. On show were a number of HD and IP surveillance products alongside an array of newly...
Dedicated Micros' Closed IPTV in the spotlight at IP Expo
Mike Newton, founder of CCTV specialist Dedicated Micros - part of AD Group - takes a closer look at the company's award-winning Closed IPTV solution which is a key focus for Dedicated Micros at IP EXPO, the UK's largest end-to-end IT...
Security Essen 2010 in pictures
The SourceSecurity.com team on the ground at this year's Security Essen recorded many of the exhibitors in their full glory. There was a strong presence of high definition (HD) and megapixel products on show, alongside a mirage of access control and...
The case for thermal network cameras in video surveillance
Thermal surveillance cameras have numerous security benefits All network cameras have a basic physical limitation: they need light to work. Phil Doyle, Regional Director, Northern Europe at Axis Communications examines the key benefits of...
Global access control market to cross $1.8 billion in 2010, reports IMS Research
The post-recession access control market has inspired new trends, while others have slowed. As Asia continues its quest for the latest technology, and smart card adoption continues to grow in EMEA, the Americas has emerged as the forerunner for SaaS and...
LEGIC integrates MIFARE technology into its product portfolio
LEGIC Identsystems Ltd announced that it will support NXP Semiconductors' MIFARE technology in its reader platforms. By becoming a MIFARE licensee, LEGIC will be able to ensure that its reader components and systems are compatible with the portfolio of...
Designing IP CCTV systems
  Going back to the blueprint - assessing the challenges of designing an IP CCTV The world of IP CCTV design is continuously progressing. Security system designers and installers have to frequently evaluate customers' needs when...
Tips to reduce false security alarms with proper installation, education and training
In today's security conscious environment, repeated false alarms can be costly to a business, and not just in financial terms. A false alarm is simply the activation of one's security alarm system for no apparent reason. With the introduction of European...
Body field communication – new technologies for access control systems
Can you imagine locking or unlocking a door simply by touching the doorknob? Or being able print a document by placing one hand on the copy machine and the other on your laptop? It may sound like science fiction but is actually a very real possibility...
Axis rolls out online security training courses on the latest in IP surveillance technology
Axis Communications, the global market leader in the network video market, shows its commitment to its partners through offering in-depth training at the Axis Communications Academy. The academy is now extending its offering of online courses to anyone who...
The security camera zoom debate: is 36x really better than 18x?
Image quality is affected by more than just zoom Surveillance cameras are only as useful as the quality of images they produce.  Therefore when selecting cameras for a security system, it is imperative to select one with features...
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