- Secure system control MachXO3D FPGA from Lattice Semiconductor NIST CAVP certified
- Johnson Controls introduces WaveLynx Ethos line of contactless access readers to deploy secure credentials
- Gallagher Security releases Security Health Check (SHC) tool to identify vulnerabilities in the system
- Hanwha Techwin updates its Wisenet WAVE VMS platform with improved user experience
- Cyber security firm Crossword Cybersecurity and Leonardo MW Ltd sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
- Dallmeier electronic presents a new website with reworked content together with Panomera W camera series
- Confederation of European Security Services and Euralarm publish joint brochure, ‘Cybersecurity - Threat or Opportunity? It’s up to you!’
- CCTV manufacturer 360 Vision Technology & IP CCTV specialist Check Your Security celebrate 10-year partnership
- Hikvision cameras secure logistics company Samskip with the help of Securitas Iceland
- Interflex security system streamlines access control, security of staff at Casino Baden-Baden
- ADT mobile safety solutions enhance customer experience for Lyft’s rideshare experience
- Gruppo Peroni Race utilises Hikvision IP video products to make races more accessible to the general public
Guest-of-Honour Ms. Sun Xueling, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs & Ministry of National Development officially launched the Security Industry Conference (SIC) 2019, and the Safety & Security Asia (SSA) 2019, Fire & Disaster Asia (FDA) 2019 and Work Safe Asia (WSA) 2019 showcases at the Architecture & Building Services (ABS) 2019; located at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore Expo & Convention Centre. This year, SIC 2019 will focus on the topic “Total Solution: Integrating Manpower, Technology & Infrastructure”. It brings to the fore important topics for discussions on security and the industry and how they will integrate with manpower and infrastructure. SIC 2019 plays a central role in knowledge exchange among like-minded professionals through a combination of exhibits and conferences. Physical security SSA continues to be a relevant and an important platform for professionals and organisations in the security industry In its 18th year, SSA 2019 exhibition presents an essential role in developing the safety and security market in Singapore and beyond. While the SSA series has been focusing primarily on physical security; several local exhibitors are also demonstrating some of the latest technologies in the robotics and mobility security spaces. Together with unmanned aerial vehicles or drones, this new wave of innovative products and technologies are likely to dominate the safety and security market, going forward. The SSA also continues to be a relevant and an important platform for professionals and organisations in the security industry to source and procure state-of-the-art safety and security products and solutions. It is positioned for security technology companies to effectively reach out to South-east Asia’s bourgeoning markets, where products and knowledge in the safety and security management fields, are critical to minimising security breaches, casualties and damages. Captains of the safety and security industries At the official opening ceremony, talent and innovation were also celebrated at the prestigious Merlion Awards ceremony. Presented by show organiser Conference & Exhibition Management Services (CEMS), the Merlion Awards is aimed at encouraging and giving due recognition to companies which are regarded as the captains of the safety and security industries in the Built Environment sector. The Merlion Awards also serve to honour outstanding new designs and products in the fields of safety and security. Underlining the importance of innovation, the Awards give well-deserving companies the accolades of excellence and pride of place to showcase their exemplary products at ABS 2019. The winners of the Merlion Awards are as follow: Gold Award – presented to Certis Technology (PeTER Robot) Gold Award – presented to Certis Technology (MARK Robot) Silver Award – presented to We Are Perspective (Titan VMS Kiosk) Silver Award – presented to Nanyang Polytechnic (FR Multi-Platform Module) Bronze Award – presented to OneStop Security Platform STEP (Security Technology Enabling Platform) Model
Share911, a security technology company that offers critical communication solutions, announced that the company will be showcasing its collaborative mass notification platform at the ISC East Show in booth #1449. ISC East is the northeast’s largest security trade show and will be taking place at the Jacob Javits Center on November 20th-21st, 2019. The show boasts over 7,000 security and public safety professionals coming together in New York each year to meet experts from over 250 leading security brands. The combination of one-on-one conversations with the industry’s top innovators and cutting-edge education makes ISC East the perfect venue for Share911 to demonstrate its unique collaborative mass notification platform to attendees. Cost-effective communication products “Share911’s core mission is to help enterprise-level businesses and K-12 school districts communicate effectively not only during critical events; but in everyday situations,” states Erik Endress, CEO at Share911. “We are looking forward to bringing this one-of-a-kind collaborative communication solution to the ISC East show floor and demonstrate the ease-of-use and affordability to attendees.” Cloud-based collaborative mass notification platform that quickly disseminates safety concerns The company has dedicated its efforts to protecting over 750,000 people across the nation and offers three cost-effective communication products to meet the needs of businesses across multiple sectors. The first product, Notify, is a cloud-based collaborative mass notification platform that quickly disseminates safety concerns, unsafe conditions, and operational disruptions to employees. Employees receive notifications via text or email and can acknowledge and contribute information to the report. Customised direct action alerts The second product, Alert enables authorised personnel to broadcast customised direct action alerts i.e. lockdown, shelter, evacuate, which are transmitted in seconds to employees’ desktops, mobile devices and integrated building communication systems. Employees respond to each alert by letting everyone know if they see danger, need help or are safe. The third product, Report, empowers employees who see danger or need help to communicate their exact location to managers, security personnel and co-workers nearby, allowing them to navigate to safety or respond and request help. Communication solutions During the ISC East show, attendees will be able to view live demonstrations of Share911’s Notify, Alert, & Report communication solutions at booth #1449. Share911 has taken the communication industry to the next level by deploying its communication platform in over 4,000 workplaces, protecting 750,000 people nationwide on a daily basis. The company’s customer-centric philosophy continues to drive its success in improving communication efficiency for businesses now and in the future.
Security Essen is continuing to consolidate its position as a platform for the security industry. Numerous companies have confirmed their participation in the leading international trade fair, which will take place at Messe Essen from 22 to 25 September 2020. Particularly pleasing: In addition to many long-standing customers, the registrations also include companies which will take part in Security Essen again for the first time after a break. Amongst others, Telenot and Securiton will present their innovations at Messe Essen. "We are delighted about the exhibitors' commitment to Security Essen," says Oliver P. Kuhrt, CEO of Messe Essen. "This emphasizes the significance of Security Essen as an important platform for the security industry". Innovations in burglar alarm technology The application specialist for everything to do with alarm and security systems will present its innovations Thomas Taferner, Head of Marketing and Sales at Telenot Electronic, justifies the return to Security Essen as follows: "We are delighted to be on board again at Security Essen 2020. In the past three years, we have increasingly tested smaller events. But Security Essen has proved to be the only all-encompassing trade fair for us where the entire industry from the installing specialist company to security officers from industry, planning offices, trade associations, building property insurers, CID advisory centers, fire departments and many other target groups obtains information. “The trade fair is particularly interesting for us in 2020, because Telenot will present extensive innovations and will greatly expand its spectrum. In addition to burglar alarm technology, we now also have fire alarm technology in our portfolio and, from 2020, access control technology, too." Also after a break, Securiton Deutschland will take part in Security Essen again. The application specialist for everything to do with alarm and security systems will present its innovations in Hall 3 - the exhibition area for access, mechatronics, mechanics, systems and perimeter protection. Locking technology and electronic access systems The two North Rhine-Westphalian companies Dom and Wilka have been continuous exhibitors at Security Essen for many years already. Moreover, they have already registered again for Security Essen 2020. Dom Sicherheitstechnik GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Brühl, is a manufacturer of innovative locking technology and electronic access systems. Wilka Schließtechnik GmbH is at home in the key Velbert region. Robert Schlieper, Managing Partner, Wilka: "In our industry, the focus is naturally on the security topic. For more than 150 years, Wilka has represented high quality standards in an area where it really matters that the product delivers what it promises. We are always looking forward to the interesting discussions on our stand""At Security, we have shown our (potential) customers exactly that for years already - patented mechanical cylinders, locks and locking systems for a wide range of requirements and the innovations from the field of electronics. And of course, we are always looking forward to the interesting discussions on our stand, because personal contact is rarely as easy to establish as it is there". Participation in Security Essen 2020 Many other companies - including market leaders, niche providers and new entrants - have also already confirmed their participation in Security Essen 2020. From Germany, these include Abus August Bremmicker Söhne, EVVA Sicherheitstechnik, Kötter Security, lunaHD, NSC Sicherheitstechnik, Salto Systems, T-Systems International, Videor E. Hartig and the Wagner Group. The trade fair will be a premiere, for example, for the Bosch start-up SAST. The young company will present its Internet of Things platform for security cameras for the first time at the trade fair. Security Essen is also seeded for international stars: Hanwha Techwin Europe, Hikvision, Inim Electronics, Vanderbilt International, Zhejiang Dahua and Zhejiang Uniview, among others, have confirmed their participation in the world's leading trade fair. Open, functional architecture After a construction period of around three and a half years, the modernisation of Messe Essen has been concluded since September 2019. From now on, exhibitors at and visitors to Security Essen will benefit from open, functional architecture, short distances, eight spacious, single-storey halls and plenty of daylight. For example, visitors can, for the first time, expect a complete and coherent range of available video products in the new Hall 5.
The 22nd edition of inter airport Europe, the International Exhibition for Airport Equipment, Technology, Design & Services, was officially opened at the Munich Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Until Friday, 11th October 2019, a total of 659 exhibitors from 40 countries will present a unique variety of the latest airport equipment on a total net exhibition space of 33,550 square metres. This represents a 5.5% increase in floor space compared with the previous event in 2017. The most important exhibitor countries, besides Germany, are France, Great Britain, the USA, Italy, the Netherlands, China, Spain, Sweden and Austria. Further technical development Many of the new products and systems here at the show focus upon cost-efficiency, low or zero emission" Nicola Hamann, Managing Director of the organisers, Mack Brooks Exhibitions, opened the exhibition and greeted the speakers at the ceremony: Dr. Michael Kerkloh, President & CEO Munich Airport and Kay Bärenfänger, President GATE - German Airport Technology & Equipment e.V. In her speech Nicola Hamann mentioned the increase in passenger figures in international air transport and this year’s motto of inter airport Europe: “Global passenger figures continue to grow; according to ACI World, projections for passenger numbers state more than 20 billion passengers by 2040. For manufacturers and providers of airport equipment and services at this year’s show, this is a driver for innovation and further technical development. Thus, many of the new products and systems here at the show focus upon cost-efficiency, low or zero emission, enhanced passenger experience, automation and digitalisation”, said Nicola Hamann. Annual passenger traffic “As the world’s leading one-stop-shop for the global airport industry, inter airport Europe is predestined to drive interconnectedness and data flow between the different areas and services at the airport, from terminal operations, passenger and cargo handling through to ground handling”. In his speech, Dr. Michael Kerkloh gave a review of the history and passenger numbers at Munich airport over the last decades: “In the period from 1950 to 1976 alone, for example, the annual passenger traffic in Munich increased from 70,000 to around 5 million per year. During those 26 years, approximately 48.4 million passengers passed through the old airport in Riem / Munich. That number matches the total passenger number that we will handle at today's Munich Airport in 2019.” Artificial intelligence and autonomous driving The conditions at the airport are more demanding than in normal road traffic" Following from that, he introduced a project to reduce emissions at airports: “Under the heading ‘Net Zero Carbon 2050’, the goal is for airports to reduce their own CO2 emissions to practically zero by 2050 and to use technology to remove the remainder from the atmosphere”. Kay Bärenfänger, president of GATE, German Airport Technology & Equipment e.V., spoke about the future demands of the airport industry: sustainability, artificial intelligence and autonomous driving. He mentioned a battery storage system for various applications at the airport, which focusses particularly on runway lighting, and discussed autonomous driving at airports: “The opportunities this offers are high, but so are the challenges. The conditions at the airport are more demanding than in normal road traffic. After all, it is not only cars that can cross the road, but also aircraft. For this reason, vehicles must also be able to detect aircraft wings or engines hanging in the air”. inter airport Europe excellence awards Dieter Heinz, the honorary president of GATE, who has been participating in inter airport since the first show in Frankfurt, received a special honour for his contribution: “I think it is not exaggerated to say that without Dieter Heinz the journey that inter airport had made to become the leading platform for the airport industry, would have been a different one. His industry knowledge, his sense of trends and his passion for airports has had a major impact on the development of inter airport”, said Nicola Hamann. The inter airport Europe Excellence Awards were announced and handed over to the winning companies After the opening ceremony, the inter airport Europe Excellence Awards were announced and handed over to the winning companies. The Award winners were once again selected via an online voting system on the inter airport Europe show website. Exhibitors submitted their entries in the four exhibition categories interTERMINAL, interDATA, interRAMP and interDESIGN. Lead-on control system with fibre optic A fifth prize was awarded in the category interFUTURE, covering the recent trend in the airport industry, the airport of the future. More than 50 innovations were posted by exhibiting companies on the show website and the international airport community was invited to vote for their favourite entry in each of the categories. Award winner 2019 for the interTERMINAL category is Daifuku Airport Technologies from the United Kingdom. Daifuku is awarded for their Sym3 Operator to visualise a 3D render of the baggage handling system. State-of-the-art features allow users to accurately track bags. Special to Sym3 is the ability to view and access data on any device via a web interface. The award in the interDATA category went to Alpha-CIM from France. They are awarded for ISAC, a stop bar & lead-on control system with fibre optic. Cutting-edge technology solution The Linde Safety Guard detects other vehicles or pedestrians before they recognise each other This innovative and cutting-edge technology solution brings a more responsive and reliable equipment to airport's operators than most current basic powerline products. The main benefits of ISAC compared to usual current systems are its excellent response time and ease of implementation. Award winner 2019 for the interRAMP category is Linde Material Handling GmbH from Germany for Linde Safety Guard. The Linde Safety Guard detects other vehicles or pedestrians before they recognise each other. It can reduce speed automatically in defined areas and can be configured to suit many dangerous scenarios. Active alarms triggered by hazards enable operators and pedestrians to react immediately. The innovative assistance system thus increases safety of all parties working in close proximity to each other. End-to-end baggage logistics VRR from the Netherlands received the award in the category interDESIGN, the inflatable Air5. The inflatable Air5, which weighs approximately 68kg (150 lbs), folds out automatically and takes shape in just 30 seconds using air pressure. To collapse the container, air is released, which takes just two people and one minute. The fifth award in the new category interFUTURE went to Vanderlande from the Netherlands By using materials and techniques that originate from similar applications where operated in extreme environments, no concessions have been made with regard to the structure’s weight, robustness, strength or safety. The fifth award in the new category interFUTURE went to Vanderlande from the Netherlands. The BAGFLOW end-to-end baggage logistics encompasses the complete bag journey from the moment it is handed over by the passenger to the point where it is loaded on to an aircraft. Predictive data analytics It makes use of the world’s best proven technology with cutting-edge innovations in autonomous vehicle technology, artificial intelligence and predictive data analytics to maximise operational excellence. This is supported by airport-wide baggage controls. Nicola Hamann closed the opening and awards ceremony: Visitors can expect a comprehensive seminar programme for the first time “I would like to thank the award winners for their participation and their fantastic new products and services. Let me wish all exhibitors at this year’s 22nd edition of inter airport Europe a successful and prosperous show and all visitors a rewarding time here at the exhibition.” At this year’s show, visitors can expect a comprehensive seminar programme for the first time. The seminars will take place in hall C6 and are free to attend for all visitors. The sessions and presenting companies cover a vast variety of topics regarding the digitalisation of the airport over the four exhibition days. Specialised hardware and software Until Friday, 11th October 2019 visitors can expect to see all aspects of airport-related technology and services at inter airport Europe. The exhibition profile of inter airport Europe comprises four exhibition categories: interRAMP (ground support equipment), interTERMINAL (technical terminal installations and services), interDATA (specialised hardware and software) and interDESIGN (architecture and furnishings). Tickets for inter airport Europe are now available to purchase via the Online Ticket Shop at favourable prices. The price for a day ticket via the Online Ticket Shop is €42 instead of €52 on-site; the price for a season ticket online is €62 instead of €72 on-site. Season tickets are valid for all four exhibition days.
Teijin Aramid has announced its participation at Milipol Paris 2019, global event for homeland security and safety, which takes place at the Villepinte Exhibition Center in Paris, France. From November 19 to 22, at booth 5N122, globally renowned manufacturer of premium aramids will show how their para-aramids Twaron and Technora, meta-aramid Teijinconex and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) Endumax can add value to highly efficient protective equipment for police, justice, border patrol, military and armed forces. Personal protection and body armour equipment Teijin Aramid will showcase a wide range of materials providing personal protection in many ways. It’s products Twaron, Teijinconex, and Endumax offer outstanding capabilities bringing added value to body armour equipment, such as uniforms and turnout gear, protective vests, helmets, and inserts. Twaron and Endumax can help protect against bullets, fragments, as well as stabbing with sharp objects. Both offer a high strength, excellent energy absorption and a high modulus of elasticity, enabling superior protection against a wide range of violent treats. What’s more, both provide long-term stability and impact resistance. Resistance against heat, chemicals Furthermore Teijin’s aramids Twaron, Technora and Teijinconex can offer inherent resistance against heat, flame and chemicals. They neither burn or melt, meaning they both add value to military and police turnout gear.