Barriers

Meesons to unveil anti-tailgating physical entrance control solutions at IFSEC 2018

Meesons, a supplier and installer of a wide range of innovative anti-tailgating entrance control solutions, will be unveiling an industry-first at this year’s IFSEC, 19-21 June, ExCeL London. This much anticipated event is set to revolutionise the way physical entrance control solutions are specified, it will take place on Tuesday 19 June, the first day of IFSEC, at 12.00 noon on Stand H130. Attendees to the unveiling and certificate presentation will gain an insight into how Meesons is...

Safetell partners with Abbey Protect to distribute SecuraBlinds product-line

Physical security solution provider Safetell has entered into a partnership with blast protection and forced entry providers ABBEY PROTECT to distribute their SECURABLINDS product-line. SECURABLINDS provides patented blast and forced entry protection for doors and windows, creating an impervious barrier between an attack and the inside of the property in a fraction of a second. The solution, which is triggered by the positive phase of the blast wave emitted by an explosion, is the result of 18...

NORTECH introduces UHF RFID portfolio for long-range vehicle identification

People and vehicle access control specialist Nortech is now offering a new cost-effective and reliable passive UHF RFID product ideal for long range identification. The company offers a number of products in the Nedap uPASS range that use vehicle tagging to identify individual vehicles while they are moving through a monitoring point. With reading ranges of up to 10 metres and an assortment of tagging options, Nortech caters for a wide variety of applications. The popular Nedap uPASS range, wh...

ISC West 2018 day three: Biggest-ever show highlights emerging technologies

Activity slowed on the last day of ISC West in Las Vegas, but there was plenty of momentum remaining and plenty more to see. In the end, Reed Exhibitions declared 2018 the biggest and most successful year to date for the show. There were an additional 4,000 square feet of exhibit space compared to last year and a 6 percent growth in overall attendance, according to Reed.  The cloud, biometrics, deep learning and other technologies were among the big topics at the show, and even smaller exh...

Aeroturn turnstiles ensure effective perimeter protection

Aeroturn LLC, major turnstile manufacturer that offers 100% Made in The USA turnstiles, has announced that the company had a 100% customer retention rate for over 15 years. Aeroturn has seen a steady growth path over the years due to its unwavering dedication to delivering cutting-edge, highly secure turnstile solutions. With an engineering team that is second to none and the ability to test, deliver, and install the world’s only zero-maintenance standard and customised turnstiles; Aerotu...

Zaun appoints Mark Lewis as Operations Manager for fencing expertise

Steel fencing manufacturer, Zaun has appointed a champion of production management and fencing to be its new operations manager. Mark Lewis takes on responsibility for operations including production, purchasing, logistics, engineering and health & safety. His brief is to ensure that Zaun is a world class production business with the appropriate standards of quality and efficiency to compete in the global market. He said: “My focus will be on the processes and systems used in the busi...

Round table discussions

What is the biggest mistake customers make when buying and installing security systems?

Sometimes you see it coming and want to scream out: “Don’t do that.” We all make mistakes, but it’s hard to sit and watch others as they go down the wrong path. It’s especially difficult when the errant party is a customer, and when their wrong move might somehow end up reflecting badly on you as a technology or security systems provider. Much better to anticipate the problem by expecting the possible mistake before it happens. We asked this week’s Expert Pane...

How does globalisation impact the physical security marketplace?

There’s almost no such thing as a local business anymore. Even the smallest of entrepreneurs find they have immediate access to a global marketplace via the Internet, and larger companies continue to find new ways to maximise their successes throughout the world. We asked our panellists this week to comment on how they see globalisation impacting the physical security market. Their broad-ranging responses emphasis the opportunities and challenges of succeeding the global marketplace.

What is the most underutilised technology in the security marketplace and why?

We all like hearing about the latest and greatest technologies, but how well are we using the technologies we have? We asked our panelists to reflect on opportunities to maximise the benefits of using common technologies in the marketplace, specifically to point out ways to garner more value from existing products. Underutilising existing technology capabilities are a waste of money, aren’t they?