Surveillance & Security News for October 2008

HID Global EMEA Region entertains in style at Queen's College, Cambridge

 HID hosts first high-level briefing meeting at Queen's College CambridgeHID hosted a lunch briefing in the magnificient surroundings of Queen's College, Cambridge.  It provided a memorable setting for the event that was the first high-level briefing meeting that HID has organised specifically for the EMEA region.  It offered an ideal opportunity to meet and chat to customers, partners and members of the press.  Over 50 guests attended the lunch in the Dining Hall and heard g...

ioimage intelligent video surveillance implemented at Hertz

 Car rental giant selects ioimage video analytics to improve security 24/7 ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, announced today that Hertz Corporation has successfully implemented ioimage video analytics.  Hertz, the world-leading car rental company, installed ioimage appliances to protect its operations center in Israel to reduce losses due to theft that is reaching close to $1 million a year. A comprehen...

Students sleep safely with SALTO access control solution

  The University of Wales, Newport is now equipped with secure access control by SALTO SystemsThe Caerleon Campus of the University of Wales Newport has chosen SALTO Systems to provide secure access control for its purpose built student accommodation village.  The university awarded the contract to approved SALTO Inspired Business Partner Gem Security Centre Ltd.The University of Wales, Newport was admitted to the University of Wales as a University College in April 1996...

Leading hospitality group expands VideoSphere deployment to secure additional hotels and commercial facilities

 March Networks will supply its VideoSphere™ intelligent video management solution to a large, international hospitality groupMarch Networks®, a leading provider of intelligent IP video and business analysis applications, recently announced  that a large, international hospitality group has selected the Company's VideoSphere intelligent video management solution for installation at four premier properties in the United Arab Emirates.  The order includes more than 600 IP...

Grandeye at Security Essen 2008

  The HALOCAM provides total situational awareness over a 360° view Grandeye, the world's leading developer of 360° technology, will be showcasing its range of 360° cameras on the AASSET Security GmbH booth at Security Essen.  The booth number is 423 located in Hall 2.Grandeye will exhibit both analogue and IP smart 360° cameras and recording solutions.  Key staff from Grandeye will be on hand throughout the exhibition to answer questions and explain the...

LEGIC advant card-in-card solutions combine the worlds of logical and physical access

 Legic advant card-in-card will be on display at Security Essen 2008LEGIC Identsystems Ltd will be presenting a host of new applications based on contactless Smart Card technology from its successful LEGIC advant product portfolio at Security 2008 in Essen,Germany (hall 3.0 / stand 306).  LEGIC card-in-card solutions enable integration applications on virtual LEGIC transponders into contactless or dual interface Smart Cards provided by third parties.  This allows a combination of...

Xtralis releases industry's first IT-centric integrated access control and video security portfolio

  The Xtralis V3100 is the newest video recording solution from Xtralis which delivers optimised image quality and effective bandwidth useXtralis, a leading provider of intelligent fire detection and security solutions, recently announced the introduction of the industry's first fully integrated, IT-centric access control and video security solutions portfolio.  The solution is successfully deployed across a number of high profile European enterprises including DHL'...

Paul Naldrett appointed managing director of HID Global's EMEA region

Paul Naldrett, managing director of HID Global, EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa)HID Global, the trusted leader in providing solutions for the delivery of secure identity, recently announced that Paul Naldrett has been named managing director of HID Global, EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa), reporting to Tony Ball, global vice president of Sales and Marketing, Identity and Access Management (IAM). In his new role, Mr. Naldrett will be responsible for the strategic deve...

AMG Systems announces global OEM agreement with N-Tron

  AMG teams up with N-Tron on several projects involving Ethernet technologyAMG Systems Ltd. recently announced that they have entered a global OEM agreement with US based N-Tron Corporation, a world leading manufacturer of industrial strength Ethernet switches.  Under the new agreement, AMG Systems will sell N-Tron products and provide global technical and commercial support.Founder and MD of AMG Systems, Dr. Alan Hayes, says, "AMG has experienced significant market gro...

Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) officially open for membership

  Joining ONVIF would allow organisations to actively influence the development of the open standardThe Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF), founded by Axis Communications, Bosch Security Systems and Sony Corporation, today officially opens for membership.  The purpose of the forum is to develop a global open standard for the network interface of network video products.Joining the forum allows organisations to actively influence the development of the standard.  Variou...

BWA's DiREX-Pro digital video recorders enable mobile training

 Sportspeople are able to film their training sessions and send them to their trainers via a secure connection thanks to BWA's mobile transmission unitMarkus Kohlöffel, the national taekwondo trainer, has numerous international business trips.  He can continuously track the progress of his team with the BWA equipment developed as a T-City (project of Deutsche Telekom) solution for mobile training.Just as Tauberbischofsheim is famous for fencing, Friedrichshafen is famous for taekw...

Bosch Intelligent Video Analysis catches 2,300 "thieves" at ASIS 2008

  Attendees tried to "steal" a Bosch drill without being detected by the Bosch IP camera At the recent ASIS (American Society for Industrial Security) show in Atlanta, Georgia, more than 2,300 attendees took part in the Bosch IVA challenge, where they tried to "steal" a Bosch drill without being detected by the Bosch IP camera with built-in Intelligent Video Analysis.  People tried to use all sorts of props to fool the system-umbrellas, shee...

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