Though the term ‘transportation’ may immediately elicit different thoughts for different people, everyone can likely agree that it plays a significant role in both our everyday lives and the big picture of the economy’s overall wellbeing. Whether the word makes you first think of a car, bus, train, airplane, or boat, all of these vehicles are critical for daily commutes, leisurely traveling and the shipment of goods across countries — and everything else in between. It is therefore paramount that these methods of transportation are protected from various types of threats at all times.
MOBOTIX is the first manufacturer in Europe to obtain French CNPP certified product certification for its video surveillance cameras, offering a guarantee of IT and electronic “resistance” to cyber-attacks. MOBOTIX announced its intention to focus more on cyber-security over one and a half years ago, in particular by launching the “MOBOTIX Cactus Concept.” CNPP is a key player in France in risk prevention and control.
Johnson Controls has announced Tyco Cloud, a new cloud-based security suite developed to help customers move costly and complex security infrastructure for access control and video surveillance to the cloud. With Tyco Cloud, organizations can reduce costs, improve enterprise security management and scale security operations on-demand, providing unlimited possibilities to deliver security services over the internet. Tyco Cloud allows users to protect lives, assets, and facilities.
Safety of others being close to his heart motivated Hans Wetzlar, Managing Director of IHRE SICHERHEIT Security Service in Bielefeld to start his security company ten years ago. Together with his team, he ensures, for example, that visitors to events and trade fairs can move around safely. Mobile “video guards”, using Dahua’s powerful video surveillance technology, are now contributing to this. The compact housing of the video monitor contains a great deal of technology.
One of the factors that limits the overall performance of any IP video surveillance solution is how effectively software can utilize hardware resources. Traditionally, an application such as video management software or access control requires a dedicated server, which typically does not use more than 20 percent of available hardware resources. This leads to an investment in hardware that won’t be utilized throughout the life of a deployment.
Intelligent Security Systems announced that the company has entered into a new strategic technology partnership with DEFTEC. DEFTEC provides scientific expertise, coupled with technological implementation alternatives to U.S. military. DEFTEC delivers expertise through developmental testing and evaluation, rapid acquisition, training, technical documentation and counter-threat solutions to support the U.S. military deployments.
Pivot3 announced the Virtual Security Operations Center (Virtual SOC), designed to address the need for security teams to access client workstations running video surveillance and other related systems in multiple locations without using expensive, dedicated client workstation hardware. With the Pivot3 Virtual SOC, security teams can now get fully functional security workstation capabilities —including video surveillance, access control, PSIM, and other security-related systems— on more devices, more securely and more cost effectively than desktop workstation
The Optical Device Division of FUJIFILM North America Corporation today announced that the FUJIFILM SX800, a new, long-range surveillance camera equipped with built-in lens, will be available in the U.S. in August 2019. The SX800, developed with FUJIFILM Corporation’s unique optical and cutting-edge image processing technology, features a high-performance, built-in FUJINON zoom lens, offering 40x optical zoom and a focal length range extending to 800mm.
Banks are the places not only giving customers promising futures but also potential risks whenever transaction is undergoing. With advanced technology, banking security has become more challenging under different operation circumstances, such as ATMs, personal visit to branch offices or self-service banking station. A well-integrated and reliable surveillance solution will help secure customers’ financial assets and safety for all people in this environment in every aspect.
IndigoVision is set to drive expansion in Morocco and West Africa with the announcement that Africa Business Development has been unveiled as a new Authorized Partner. ABD will supply IndigoVision’s renowned end-to-end-security solutions into the growing North and West Africa markets. ABD will initially focus on driving uptake within the Moroccan market where the Casablanca based business has set its sights on becoming a top-three surveillance technology provider.