Surveillance & Security News for February 2019

Pulse Secure integrates SDP solutions with Secure Access platform and Access Suite for hybrid IT infrastructures

Pulse Secure, global provider of software-defined Secure Access solutions has announced the integration of SDP (Software Defined Perimeter) architecture within its Secure Access platform and the inclusion of Pulse SDP as an add-on within its award-winning Access Suite. By offering a flexible path to SDP, the company extends its foundation of Zero Trust access for hybrid IT and provides enterprises and service providers with unrivalled provisioning simplicity, security posture fortification and l...

Star Defense Logistics & Engineering to showcase advanced UAV technology for special forces at IDEX 2019

Star Defense Logistics & Engineering (SDLE) is exhibitor, for the third consecutive time, at the International Defense Exhibition (IDEX) in Abu Dhabi. This week at the National Exhibition Center of the city, SDLE showcase its new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for security indoor operations, in addition to its full range of unmanned aerial vehicles and its Anti-drone system for threats detection and inhibition. Indoor light drones in military use The indoor light drone is one of the latest S...

Wavestore introduces EcoStore technology to increase the sustainability of a video surveillance solution

Wavestore, the British developer of highly secure, open-platform Video Management Software (VMS), introduces EcoStore, an energy saving technology developed to significantly increase the sustainability of a video surveillance solution. With businesses looking at ways to reduce energy and operating costs, as well as wishing to implement social environment friendly policies, EcoStore offers the potential to save over 80% of the overall energy normally required for a hard drive storage solution. I...

Cylance releases AI-driven, prevention-first security platform, CylancePROTECT on AWS Marketplace

Cylance Inc., global provider of AI-driven, prevention-first security solutions, has announced the availability of its award-winning endpoint protection offering, CylancePROTECT on AWS Marketplace. CylancePROTECT AI-enabled platform  Cylance has built the largest AI platform in the industry, enabling it to offer a portfolio of security solutions ranging from enterprise endpoint protection, detection, and response, to Smart antivirus for consumers, to OEM solutions. Under the new agreement...

Tiandy Technologies announces integration with AI video search platform provider IronYun

Tiandy Technologies, a supplier versatile surveillance solutions catering to customers from enterprise data entry level is pleased to announce the integration with the next generation artificial intelligence video search platform provider IronYun. The partnership with IronYun brings deep learning technology to Tiandy's IP video surveillance solutions. IronYun's Video Search Platform makes it quick and easy to identify objects of interest from hours of video data. Peerless integration opportuni...

Nortech to exhibit vehicle detection, vehicle tagging and parking control management at Parkex 2019

People and vehicle access control specialists Nortech will be exhibiting some exciting new products at Parkex 2019 this April. Ideal for businesses that want to know more about people and vehicle access solutions and their benefits, the South Wales-based company will be launching its new 8 Series detector range, debuting its next generation Nedap ANPR Access V2 and showing its popular Variable Message Sign (VMS) system. Extensive experience Nortech has supplied products and solutions to the s...

Panasonic’s facial recognition technology helps Jumbo Ten Brink Food win the safest store award in the Netherlands

Jumbo Ten Brink Food introduced the face server into their store environment in March 2017 after discovering that almost 80% of shoplifting took place via large shopping bags. Since then, Jumbo has installed 80 Panasonic cameras in-store, helping them to win the award. Previously recognised by the National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST) as the most accurate on the market, Panasonic’s face server uses deep learning technology which maximises the performance of the core engine to...

HENSOLDT’s Optronics business line establishes Joint Venture with Atlas Group at IDEX 2019

HENSOLDT’s Optronics business line and Atlas One-to-One Services LLC have agreed at IDEX International Defence Exhibition and Conference to set up a Joint Venture. As a further step, they will establish an Optronics Center of Excellence with a maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) capability. By doing so, HENSOLDT, the German Sensor House, will fulfil its offset obligations set by United Arab Emirates Offset Authority Tawazun Economic Council (TEC), connected to the sale of NightOwl ca...

Abloy UK’s Digital Transformation team gets awarded with CLIQ Competence Centre by ABLOY certification

Abloy UK is delighted to announce that its Digital Transformation team has been awarded CLIQ Competence Centre by ABLOY certification, becoming the only approved centre of excellence for CLIQ in the UK and Ireland, and one of only six certified CLIQ Competence Centres globally. Abloy believes the future of locking and access control is a combination of digital communications and precision mechanical products. For several years the company has invested in developing CLIQ technology to deliver th...

Can microchip implants replace plastic cards in modern access control?

A futuristic alternative to plastic cards for access control and other applications is being considered by some corporate users in Sweden and the United Kingdom. The idea involves using a microchip device implanted into a user’s hand. About the size of a grain of rice and provided by Swedish company Biohax, the tiny device employs passive near field communication (NFC) to interface with a user’s digital environment. Access control is just one application for the device, which can be...

Pickersgill-Kaye and Nabtesco-Oclap develops EED and EADs for a UK rail vehicle manufacturer

Expertise in safety-critical equipment for the rail industry has won significant contracts for Pickersgill-Kaye (Kaye), this time from Nabtesco Corporation, a Japanese firm manufacturing high performance train door operating units for the global market. Kaye and Nabtesco Corporation’s Italian subsidiary, Nabtesco-Oclap, jointly developed the Emergency Egress Device (EED) and Emergency Access Devices (EAD) for power doors currently being supplied by Nabtesco Oclap into a UK rail vehicle ma...

Arcules to host an Open House at the company’s headquarters for partners to know company better

Arcules, a provider of integrated video cloud as a service, will host an Open House at the company’s headquarters in Irvine, Calif., to provide security and IT leaders, and resellers with the opportunity to learn more about the company. Attendees will have the chance to explore the Arcules cloud-based video service offering, gain insight into its ideas for future technological developments, and meet with key members of the leadership and sales teams. Maximising system uptime Hosted in co...

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