Gates & Fencing
While there is much hype around drone technology today, initial successful drone usage for security can be dated back to the 1960s, when the US utilised the Lightning Bug 147, a camera-equipped unmanned aerial vehicle that could travel 600 miles for surveillance in Vietnam, China and Korea. Drones for effective surveillance Since this initial deployment, drones have been used for a variety of security and surveillance applications. However, as professional-grade commercial drones incorporate...
Fly-tipping – the illegal act of dumping large amounts of waste on unlicensed land without authorisation – occurs on both private and business land and can be a real annoyance to those in the UK. Items that fall under the banner of fly-tipping include tyres, mattresses, beds, garden waste, and construction rubbish. Unfortunately, the property owner will be responsible if somebody dumps their rubbish. Although this seems unfair, following some basic steps will help handle the proble...
Two pioneers of perimeter protection, Rosehill Security and Zaun Limited, have joined forces to launch the latest in mobile hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM). The technology companies have combined the ultimate in rubber HVM barriers with fence panels developed for the London 2012 Olympics, to produce a crash-rated fencing and barrier system that can be deployed rapidly. ImpaktFence The ImpaktFence is a unique integrated IWA14 crash-rated fencing and vehicle security barrier (VSB) HVM perimeter...
British innovation is the focus for perimeter protection systems group Zaun as it unveils new products at the world’s premium trade platform on security and safety. Zaun unveils two brand new products at the 20th staging of Intersec, which takes place from 21st to 23rd January at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Zaun announces CorruSec SR3 and CorruSec Premier SR4, two new high-security fence systems that resist, for more than 5 and 10 minutes respectively, sustai...
In recent news, trucks, lorries and vans have been the weapon used in terror attacks around the globe, and other sources suggest that autonomous vehicles, particularly self-driving trucks and lorries, could be a reality sooner than we think. It poses the question: How can we prevent autonomous vehicles from being used as weapons in terror attacks? Accessories for terror attacks We already have ‘self-driving’ technologies in the cars which are on our roads today, from lane-departur...
The air travel industry has evolved from one commercial passenger on the first commercial flight in 1914 to an estimated 100,000 flights per day. According to The International Air Transport Association (IATA), the total number of passengers who flew in 2017 is expected to reach 3.7 billion. But it’s not just people who fly. Each day, more than $18.6 billion of goods travel by air, which represents one-third of all world trade, by value. Meanwhile, the aviation industr...
Why drone use for security will increase significantly in 2018
- How increasing security efforts can prevent fly-tipping
- Rosehill Security and Zaun Ltd. collaborate on ImpaktFence fencing and barrier system
- Zaun demonstrates innovation with new products unveiled at Intersec
- Princeton Identity uses Access500e identity management kiosk module to enhance security at Dubai International Airport
Sky Fence drone technology enhances Les Nicolles's security
- EyeLynx provides remote monitoring solution to protect Thames Water hubs
- Bosch’s Internet of Things expertise is making hospitals smart
- Palma de Mallorca International Airport chooses LOCKEN access control solution to secure runways
- Comelit’s ViP entry system secures luxurious residential developments in Manchester