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Nedap Identification Systems appoints Wouter Vansteenkiste as Senior Channel Development Manager
Wouter Vansteenkiste will strengthen the team that manages Nedap’s worldwide partner channel Nedap has appointed Wouter Vansteenkiste as Senior Channel Development Manager of Nedap Identification Systems, leading specialist in...
Zwipe enables biometric card holders to use proximity and smart card readers
Among the enhancements to its biometric card, Zwipe recently announced that presently installed proximity card readers, as well as smart card readers, can now be used by organisations that want to add biometric authorisation to their verification process...
Key trends driving access control growth
Access Control is the second-fastest growing area in the security market. A major shift from PC-based clients systems to solid state, embedded operating systems, browser-based user interfaces, remote services, and changes in compliance...
Extending perimeter protection beyond the fence line with SpotterRF
In a layered approach to security, the outermost layer increasingly might refer to an area outside a fence line. The sooner a facility is alerted to a possible threat, the better, and when a threat reaches inside a facility’s fence, it may be too late...
Enhancing video security with physical detector technology
Event-driven video for surveillance and recording involves using a video recorder or video management software system that is triggered by movement in the areas where cameras are located. Event-driven video can be achieved by using intelligent...
Nedap responds to challenging security requirements through use of software components
Nedap has demonstrated how security systems can be directly adjusted to meet new requirements Nedap responds to new challenges in the field of security with the use of software components in security systems. These challenges arise from...
Hospital security departments bracing for Ebola impact
Spread of the Ebola virus beyond Western Africa has heightened concerns among healthcare professionals and the general public. In practical terms, healthcare facilities – including their security departments – are preparing to deal with whatever...
Role of health and performance monitoring in preventing security system downtime
If a security or video surveillance / CCTV system isn’t working, who’s to blame? Or more to the point, what’s to blame? Is the problem the malfunction of a specific device on the edge of the IP network, or is it a...
AG Neovo announces debut of its QF-28 4K ultra-high definition display
AG Neovo is happy to announce the debut of its QF-28, a 4K ultra-high definition display that provides not only superior image clarity but also flexible viewing options. It promises to prove the definitive choice for professionals whose top priority is to...
Optimising business security and processes by implementation of smart reports
At what time of day do you have most people in your building? Do you have enough parking spaces for your employees? Are there always enough first aiders in the building to meet safety requirements? Security systems provide a wealth of data,...
Axis Communications and SightLogix announce strategic agreement at ASIS 2014
A busy first day at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in Atlanta ended with a surprise strategic announcement by one of the industry’s largest suppliers and one of its most successful up-and-comers. Axis Communications and Sightlogix...
Dispatches from Security Essen 2014: Big event bolsters the European market
Just days before the ASIS International conference and exhibits in Atlanta, the global security market's attention last week has been focused on the big Security Essen 2014 trade show in Germany. With more floor space, exhibitors and attendees than ASIS,...
The Threat of Commoditisation – and new opportunities
Commoditisation is the biggest problem facing today’s security integrators, says Bill Bozeman, president and CEO of PSA Security Network, an electronic security cooperative encompassing some 250 electronic security systems integrators, and aligning...
The next group of challenges for “Plug-and-Play” access control
In its role to achieve “plug-and-play” interoperability for security system and device integration, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) is looking ahead to some new possibilities in its long-term roadmap. David Bunzel, PSIA...
ABUS introduces FO400A window handle lock with integrated alarm function
With the FO400A window handle lock, security specialist ABUS adds a VdS-approved lock with integrated alarm to its range. These products bridge the gap between purely mechanical locks and locks which can be integrated into alarm systems. This window lock...
ABUS introduces new hemispheric IP dome camera
Simple look, powerful performance: the new hemispheric IP dome from ABUS can swivel, incline and zoom without mechanical camera movements – at up to 6 MPx resolution. 360° and 180° panoramic views are also possible. Sometimes one eye sees...
Role of Bluetooth Smart and NFC in access control
Bluetooth Smart creates new ways to open doors and gates The latest generation of access control systems offers more secure and sophisticated credentials, and new credential form factors including mobile devices that offer a more secure...
Harnessing the power of smart phone video for surveillance
I love Wikipedia, not just because I use it every day, but also because it reflects the value that can be created when a large community works together. When each member of a community contributes a small part, the result is monumental. I saw an estimate...
Video surveillance is everywhere – even in the woods
The Silver Comet Trail is a 61-mile hiking and biking trail west of Atlanta that follows a route previously travelled by the Silver Comet passenger train from 1947 to 1969. I heard about the train when I was growing up but was never a passenger. As an...
Apple’s new iPhone announcements: What is the impact on the physical security market?
When Apple makes a new product announcement, the whole technology world takes note. Such was the case last week when the tech giant introduced its sleek and shiny new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Almost as an encore, the company also unveiled the stylish and...
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Upcoming security events and tradeshows in Netherlands

Event nameLocationDate
Safety & Security Amsterdam 2015Amsterdam, Netherlands22 - 24 Sep, 2015
4th World BORDERPOL CongressThe Hague, Netherlands8 - 10 Dec, 2015
Integrated Systems Europe 2016Amsterdam, Netherlands9 - 12 Feb, 2016
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