security technology

Campus Security Coalition Launches Grant Program To Assist With Security Technology And Service Enhancements

The newly formed Campus Security Coalition, a networking group focused on sharing ideas and spearheading discussion about security and safety at schools nationwide, today unveiled its 2017 School Security Grant Program. The initiative is designed to help schools better address threats, further strengthen security efforts and realize more proactive intelligence efforts. Faced with the growing threats of violence, vandalism, and attacks modern school systems are challenged with ensuring a safe, open environment while protecting infrastructure and assets.

Gallagher Introduces New Technology to the Security Market

Amongst the releases is Command Centre v7.30 – the next generation of Gallagher’s globally recognized central management platform which introduces their new mobile application. Also released is the Controller 6000 Starter Kits, and new functionality for Gallagher’s award winning T20 Card + PIN Terminal, which now provides comprehensive alarm functionality.

Identiv to Establish Trust in Connected World With uTrust Verge Product Line at ASIS 2014

Identiv (NASDAQ: INVE), a global security technology company that provides trust solutions for premises, information, and everyday items, announced its presence at ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Atlanta, GA, September 29 – October 2, 2014. At the conference, the company will unveil its uTrust Verge access control solution.

Louroe Electronics Participates in U.S. Department of Commerce Safety and Security Trade Mission

Louroe Electronics, world leader in audio monitoring within the security industry, will participate in the U.S. Department of Commerce Safety and Security Trade Mission to Panama and Colombia from Sept. 22-26, 2014. This mission is designed to help companies like Louroe take advantage of lucrative business opportunities in the safety and security sectors in Panama and Colombia.

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.

Revolutionary Concepts Announces It Has Identified First Group Of Companies That Violated Its Patents

Revolutionary Concepts Inc., (OTCPink: REVO), a publicly traded company that develops online mobile video software and remote security communication systems, announced that it has been searching for companies that have infringed on its intellectual property and has identified the first group of companies that have violated its patents. The Company plans to legally pursue these […]

Multi-Airport Access Control And Video Security Unification

Travelers worldwide have come to expect top-notch security whether a flight takes them to an airport terminal at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, London Heathrow Airport, or Haneda Airport in Toyko. Security is an expected part of the airport travel experience, starting from the moment people enter the parking garage with their vehicle, as a person […]

Rapid Expansion Of Security Technology Creates A New World Of Vendor Partnerships

The rapid evolution of security technology, especially devices on the video surveillance side, along with an expanding set of expectations among end users towards the technology they are being offered, has created a paradigm shift in the way business is now done. While proprietary systems remain the elephant in the room from an end user’s […]

Dallmeier Opens Video IP Showroom And Solution Centre At Johanns Systemhaus

With the opening of the “Dallmeier Solution Centre” in Johanns Systemhaus in Bitburg, Dallmeier now has an extraordinary Video IP Showroom in the western part of Germany as well. The overarching theme of the centre is “Experience live – touch and be amazed – see your own benefits and operating scenarios”. In the new showroom […]

Research: Security As A Key Enabler Of Smart Cities

That was the message when Anthony Leather from analysts Frost & Sullivan described how security is a key enabler of a smart city. By 2025, it’s predicted that there will be at least 26 completely smart cities, with more than half of those in Europe and North America. In the following presentation, delivered at IFSEC International in May 2013, Anthony introduces how intelligent communication systems, renewable energy, and an increase in intelligent buildings all drive a safer and more secure city. He also covers how existing security technology such as video surveillance, video analytics, and biometrics will remain the main focus of a city’s security and how the analysis of key information flow is the main area for improvement in the next generation of security. View the full presentation below:

IPVideo Corporation Names Brian Fishler of Huntington Director of Business Development

Long Island Press Releases & News (Bay Shore, NY) Bay Shore-based IPVideo Corporation , a leading manufacturer of Video Management Systems (VMS) and Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions, has named Brian Fishler of Huntington, NY as the Director of Business Development. Fishler, a 22-year veteran of the security industry, is an expert in video security technology and integration. Brian Fishler of Huntington, NY is a 22-year veteran of the security industry and an expert in video security technology and integration. As Director of Business Development for IPVideo Corporation, Fishler’s primary focus will be on working directly with security integrators to bring IPVideo Corporation’s advanced VMS and PSIM, technologies to schools, government facilities and corporations in the New York Metropolitan Area and the Mid-Atlantic Region. IPVideo Corporation sells its industry leading product line though its exclusive dealer channel. Fishler will be responsible for educating integrators, architects, engineers and others about the advantages of using company’s best in class technology. “Brian Fishler’s knowledge, expertise and energy have already proven to be an asset for IPVideo Corporation. His industry knowledge in the area of video surveillance allows him to easily educate integrators about the many benefits our Sentry VMS product line and other services we offer,” said David Antar, President of IPVideo Corporation. “IPVideo Corporation offers a feature-rich, yet simple and easy-to-use VMS product with no cost licenses and complimentary software upgrades, offering a high ROI to customers. I am committed to bringing IPVideo’s industry-leading technology and systems to clients through […]

Five Key Components Of A Business Alarm System

Installing a  business alarm system is still one the most effective ways to safeguard your establishment and prevent burglaries. Since windows and doors are main access points, securing these and other areas within your business is of critical importance. As business security technology has advanced, so has the number of different products and options available for business alarm systems. With the help of a business security expert, systems can be built to meet any level of security and budget. To help prepare you for a conversation with a business security provider, we’ve outlined some of the key components of a business alarm system. Door and Window Contacts Door and window contacts are often what people think of when they think of business security. These are switches that can be mounted to many different types of doors and windows. Each switch is held closed by a magnet. When the window or door is opened, it triggers the main alarm system. If the alarm is deactivated, this trigger sometimes registers as a beep or series of beeps or a mere blink on the main control pad. When the alarm is activated, this trigger sends the alarm into full response mode. Motion Sensors Motion sensors can installed as a secondary line of defense for businesses. As their names suggests, these types of sensors detect motion within a certain area. Some of the most advanced models use both microwave and passive infrared (PIR) beams; the former detects motion while the latter detects heat. […]