Body field communication

Three Counties Defence and Security Expo 2018 to focus on cybersecurity and UAV surveillance

Following the success of the first Hereford Defence and Security Expo in 2017, Harrison Clark Rickerbys, one of the UK’s Top 100 law firms, is organising a second major defence and security expo, the Three Counties Defence and Security Expo (3CDSE) 2018, which will be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 31st May 2018. The event, which will be of interest to those involved in private and public safety and security, crime prevention and those serving in the police forces as we...

Optex launches independently programmable BX Shield motion detection sensor

The sensor manufacturer Optex has launched the new BX Shield (BXS) series sensor in the EMEA (Europe Middle East and Africa) region, a range of curtain motion sensors that are ideal for protecting windows and the immediate boundaries of a building or site. Complementing the best-selling VX Shield series launched in autumn, the new Shield concept combines great usability with versatile design. Enhanced signal recognition logic The BX Shield series includes four PIRs, two on each side, and the d...

OD Security to install 2 SOTER RS Through Body scanners in Kentucky County jails

Once operational these scanners will be able to check both clients, visitors and staff for contraband Netherlands based security manufacturer, OD Security announced that they have been awarded another contract to install 2 SOTER RS Through Body Scanners, this time in Kentucky County Jails. Measures to prevent contraband The contract is to supply 1 each SOTOR RS Through Body Scanners to Puleski County Detention Center and Boyle County Detention Center in Kentucky . Once opera...

Body field communication – new technologies for access control systems

RedTacton technology makes it possible to transfer data by a simple touchCan you imagine locking or unlocking a door simply by touching the doorknob? Or being able print a document by placing one hand on the copy machine and the other on your laptop? It may sound like science fiction but is actually a very real possibility thanks to a new close-range communication technology called RedTacton. ASSA ABLOY Future Lab explores the implications of this new technology. First developed by Japanese NTT...