Stallion Security News

TeleEye chooses FLIR SR-series thermal imaging cameras to secure South African solar farms against intruders

TeleEye video analytics seamlessly integrates with FLIR thermal imaging security cameras at the solar farms Solar power is hot in South Africa. With the construction of two new solar farms in the Northern Cape Province in 2012, PV specialist Tenesol started another of the many renewable energy projects that are popping up in South Africa. To protect its valuable solar panel assets against unwanted intruders, Tenesol called upon security specialist TeleEye, a firm believer in t...

VIVOTEK cameras installed at South African power station

200 Vivotek cameras were installed to monitor smoke stacks, conveyors & canteens in the power station Eskom – one of the world’s largest power companies Eskom is a South African electricity public utility established in 1923. It is the largest producer of electricity in Africa, and is ranked seventh in the world in terms of power generation capacity, and ninth for sales. Eskom has engaged in the construction of the Medupi Power Station near Lephalale...

C-TRUE & Stallion Security supply South African Football Association with face recognition security solutions

 C-True will supply C-ENTRY face recognition to SAFA for World Cup Following several comprehensive trials in South Africa, C-TRUE Face Recognition technology was approved by the South African Football Association (SAFA) for access control security to critical SAFA facilities including the office of the CEO, Mr. Raymond Hack.Stallion Security, C-TRUE's partner in South Africa, was chosen to provide SAFA with a comprehensive security solution including the C-TRUE's C-ENTRY face recogniti...