Hotels, leisure & entertainment security applications - Case studies

Vincennes city deploys Assa Abloy's programmable electronic keys for safer, smarter access control across its facilities

Running a unified locking system for multiple municipal services may bring operational efficiencies. However, if the system is based on mechanical locks, it can also create time-consuming headaches. When keys go missing, for example, or user access requirements change, mechanical security does not have the flexibility to adapt quickly. For this reason, Vincennes city administrators sought a modern, electronic replacement for a master-key system whose lock-chart ran to 4,000 keys. Several locati...

Hanwha Techwin provides cameras, NVRs and WAVE VMS to secure US-based facilities of Round1 Entertainment

Hanwha Techwin a supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, announces that Round1 Entertainment, a multi-entertainment facility offering bowling, arcade games, billiards, karaoke, and other activities in an indoor facility complex has chosen Hanwha cameras, NVRs and WAVE VMS to secure several of its US-based facilities. Until recently, security at Round1 centres in the US focused mainly on internal and external theft. As the company began building more sports challenge zones, how...

G4S helps protect chemicals at Synthomer’s operational centre in Czech Republic

A revamped G4S security solution at the chemical industry company Synthomer’s operational centre in the Czech Republic ensures that employees and valuable assets are protected from potential threats. The Sokolov region in the western Czech Republic, not far from the German border, is home to an operational centre for the British chemical industries company Synthomer, one of the world’s foremost suppliers of water-based polymers. Synthomer’s polymers are used to manufacture ma...

HENSOLDT to support Frontex maritime surveillance project

Edge sensor technology developed by HENSOLDT will strengthen Frontex maritime surveillance in the Mediterranean Sea and contribute to the protection of Europe’s strategic south-eastern border. In the frame of a technology pilot programme, HENSOLDT’s ARGOS-II HD Electro-Optical Infrared (EOIR) system will be deployed on two tethered aerostats and deliver extensive security surveillance. The project is operated by Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency which has the manda...

Revader Security deploys mobile CCTV cameras in preparation for the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Revader Security has supplied a fleet of over 20 re-deployable CCTV cameras to West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), to provide visibility of multiple major construction projects being undertaken, in anticipation of the 2022 Commonwealth Games. 2022 Commonwealth Games The Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) capital construction programme comprises several major Commonwealth Games critical projects, within the Perry Barr area, including the A34 highways scheme, Perry Barr Rail Station & B...

IMB banks on Boon Edam’s elegant entrance security at new Wollongong Building

Boon Edam Inc., a global pioneer in security entrances and architectural revolving doors announced that IMB Bank in Australia has installed a series of Boon Edam entrances, including all-glass revolving doors, slimline optical turnstiles, and a swinging access gate at its new building in Wollongong, New South Wales. IMB moved into the new building in early 2021 and immediately sought to make the entrance open and welcoming to visitors, with entrance security inside to protect valuable data, int...

Aman Aviation drives best practices for MRO tool control in India with Xerafy RFID

Aman Aviation plans to drive the adoption of RFID-based tool control best practices in the Indian civil aviation sector, in partnership with Dolphin RFID and Xerafy. An increasing number of aviation companies are implementing RFID for MRO Tool Control, as a way of improving safety by automating Foreign Object Debris (FOD) detection and supporting Maintenance Repair and Operations (MRO) processes. RFID-based automated tool control system Aman Aviation's automated tool control system uses RFID...

E-vision transforms waste collection in Mecca with real-time visibility from Xerafy

The City of Mecca selected E-vision to deploy its innovative waste collection solution alongside 15,000 rugged Micro X-II RFID tags from Xerafy activated in the field. The Saudi Arabian city of Mecca has deployed Xerafy’s Micro X-II RFID tags to successfully manage thousands of waste collection bins. Using Xerafy’s rugged tags and a software solution from E-vision, the city now has real-time visibility into its waste collection activities and vehicle fleet. Mecca was looking for a...

Columbia University enables complete sterilisation compliance with Xerafy RFID solution

Columbia University's College of Dental Medicine (CDM), one of the top dental schools in the U.S., is establishing itself as a leader in the use of RFID technology to drive compliance. The school launched the RFID project in response to a change in the way it managed dental instruments. Previously, students purchased their own dental instruments and were responsible for making sure each cassette (or dental instrument set) was complete and properly sterilised. Recently, the college transitioned...

Xerafy provides Cargo Trak metal tag to enhance RFID solution for Skyline Enterprises

Founded in 1966, New Zealand Company Skyline Enterprises Ltd is a global leisure operator with five sites in New Zealand, Singapore, and Canada. The company operates an inventory of thousands of luge carts, a purpose-built three-wheeled cart which is gravity-fuelled, with the rider having control over speed and direction using a braking and steering system. The activity is fast-paced, with luge carts typically sustaining high levels of vibration and physical impact. As the carts are used and st...

Xerafy helps Warwickshire college automate its it assets inventory

Warwickshire College is one of the largest colleges of further and higher education in the Midlands region. Spread over six centres with 1,700 staff and 18,500 students needing support for both administration and learning facilities, Warwickshire College Information Services has a significant number of IT assets that have to be controlled across multiple sites. Challenges with IT asset management It has the twin problems of controlling the IT assets used by its administrative staff and those...