Prison surveillance

HGH showcases enhanced thermal and visible panoramic sensor for the first time in the United States at ISC West 2020

HGH showcases its new generation SPYNEL-U 360° panoramic thermal and visible camera surveillance system at ISC West. The optronic expert reinvented this maintenance-free, uncooled thermal imaging camera from design to performance to provide unrivalled situational awareness. The dual-channel SPYNEL-U when used in conjunction with CYCLOPE advanced image processing software provides multiple threat detection, day and night, even in adverse weather conditions. The SPYNEL range is world-renowned...

Sepura announces £5,000 funding to support East Anglian Air Ambulance

Sepura is delighted to have passed a donation of just over £5,000 to the East Anglian Air Ambulance, following a six-month period of support for the East Anglian-based charity. During the first half of 2019, the Sepura staff took part in a number of social or personal challenge events, which were designed to both raise funds and allow employees to meet colleagues from across the business. Family Open Day event One of the major events organised was a Family Open Day at Sepura’s offi...

Electro Optical Industries counters the growing UAV threat by upgrading its 360° thermal imaging sensors, SPYNEL

Terrorism by unmanned aircraft is a growing threat. Using drones to smuggle contraband into prisons is a current trend. While many countries are deploying UAVs in combat, the UAS technology is getting easier and easier to acquire by the general public and ill-intentioned groups. Most of current security systems set up in critical infrastructures are not sufficient to guarantee an appropriate level of protection. Over the past several months, more and more drones have been flying over Florida's p...

Edesix’s body worn surveillance cameras facilitate effective prison and railway security

An ever-increasing number of sectors are starting to take notice of the huge array of security, training and performance benefits body worn cameras can bring to the table. As a result, new targeted solutions are now needed to meet the growing demands of customers that require cameras specifically designed to meet their security needs. This is the message being relayed by Edesix, market leaders and innovators in the provision of body worn camera solutions, as it continues its expansion drive into...

Edesix showcases first responder body worn cameras at Emergency Services Show 2017

Edesix, the provider of body worn cameras, is showcasing how its fleet of body worn cameras are becoming increasingly important to the safety and development of first responders around the globe at the 2017 Emergency Services Show. At the show, Edesix is demonstrating its newly launched VideoTag (VT-50), its smallest incident recorder to date, as well as the VideoBadges utilised by Police Services Northern Ireland, South Australian Police, Her Majesty’s Prison Services and West Midlands F...

Honeywell Digital Video Manager latest release enables smart building surveillance

Honeywell, a global provider of connected buildings, announced an enhanced version of Honeywell Digital Video Manager (DVM) that offers smarter security and surveillance capabilities for today’s increasingly complex building environments. The new release, DVM R620, enables organisations to more easily secure large-scale security operations with features that improve operator efficiency and situational awareness for faster incident identification and resolution, and power more accurate and...