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Data Storage As A Platform For Better Security – Protecting Points Of Entry At Airports And Borders

With Homeland Security and Public Safety organizations exploring new ways to use big data and data analytics, data storage is no longer just a place to save information; it’s an enabler—a platform that can help government and law enforcement officials achieve better airport and border security. – Quantun’s Wayne Arvidson discusses video surveillance long-term retention storage strategies.

U.S. Coast Guard Proposes Airport Style Security Checkpoints at Cruise Ship Terminals

While the aviation industry has implemented strict security screening regulations, cruise ship security screening remains relatively soft in comparison. This is expected to change as the United States Coast Guard looks to increase screening requirements for passengers and their baggage in 2015.

The US Coast Guard recently announced plans to standardize passenger security screening procedures at cruise ship terminals throughout the United States with the creation of the Terminal Screening Program (TSP).

Boon Edam Wins Order for First Self-Boarding Lanes in China

Royal Boon Edam today announces that they have won the order for the installation of their Airport Swinglane self-boarding security lane at Xiamen International Airport in China. This project will be the first self-boarding project in China which is not installed as part of a pilot program.

AirLive Surveillance Networking Solutions Showcased at Intersec Dubai 2015

AirLive, a leading international IP surveillance networking products and solutions provider, will participate at INTERSEC Dubai 2015 (Arena Hall, Booth: SA-F09). AirLive will display its latest innovative surveillance networking products such as Smart Focus IP-cameras, IVS IP-camera, 5- and 2-Megapixel fisheye IP-camera, Device Guard PoE Switches, and Wireless Networking Solution. Live demonstrations of the Independent Motion Investigation by CoreNVR, various AirLive IP-cameras, and the AirLive SpeedDome IP-camera will run at the AirLive stand.

Standard for Airport Security Access Control Systems

Available at No Cost to U.S. Airport Operators is the recently produced document Standard for Airport Security Access Control Systems. DO-230D provides guidance on acquiring and designing airport security access control systems, testing and evaluating system performance, and operational requirements.

Frontier Debuts Industry’s Most Nimble and Intelligent Security Controller

Frontier Security, a developer of integrated enterprise security management solutions for more than 35 years, announced the release of the Cylon Security Controller. Cylon is a unique device that provides future proofing for installations over the next decade, even as processing power improves and more security functionality moves onboard.

Aviation Experts Address Drone Fears at GTA Conference

Airport investigators, fresh after marking the 9/11 anniversary, are gathering in the GTA to share information on the latest security threats to the flying public. Police said threats made on social media against Pearson airport, other airports, and the threat of attacks by unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or drones, are some of the issues facing investigators at a conference next month.

Airport Network-Based Video Surveillance Solutions

The security requirements at airports are extremely high and video surveillance plays a major role in this area. Until now the task of monitoring every part of an airport has necessitated immense arrays of cameras. With its Panomera® multifocal sensor system, Dallmeier introduces an entirely new approach to video security technology. No matter where at the Airport: on take-off or landing runways, the airfield and hangars, the terminal buildings and baggage handling systems, car parks or access roads.

Sydney Airport Takes Security to New Heights With Axis

The Mission: Sydney Airport sought a more flexible, scalable solution that could keep pace with its growing operations while maintaining the highest level of security and safety that staff and the traveling public expect from an airport regularly voted one of the world’s best.

‘Smart’ Lighting System Provides Surveillance at U.S. Airport

From the runway at Newark Liberty International Airport, you can see the entire skyline of Manhattan. It is one of the busiest airports on the continent, so you’d expect it would have a strong and sizable surveillance operation. But forget about traditional security cameras. Passengers streaming out of taxis and through check-in are being watched […]