Case Studies

Full steam ahead

Panomera® watches over trains as marshalling yards in South Africa are equipped with multifocal sensor technology

Put your finger on it

ID Cards Evolve from Bar Code to Magnetic Stripe to Proximity to Smart Card and, finally, to the Biometric Card

Safe shopping

Secure shopping in the largest Mall in North-Western France

Clear skies

Panomera® from Dallmeier ensures enhanced security at Naples Airport

The big data convergence

Martin Grigg of the PTS Consulting Group illustrates how security systems in truly ‘intelligent’ buildings are empowering facility managers as data gathering evolves beyond mere aggregation of information

The aviation security threat

Terrorists have long favoured an attack on civil aviation; in a risk versus gain analysis, the return for a potentially successful attack is much higher than for other targets

Access all areas

Graze commissioned to advise on a complete solution that could be implemented in the UK and USA to secure their premises without numerous sets of keys.

Security as an integral part of the corporate strategy

As enterprises expand into developing markets and emerging countries or acquire existing businesses operating a variety of existing ‘legacy’ systems, they face new challenges in keeping their workplaces secure in unfamiliar territories.

Video surveillance redefined

The new S-Panomera® by Dallmeier was specially developed for commercial and industrial applications. Thus, the patented multifocal sensor technology has paved the way for a complete new solution approach in these markets.

Get in line

Are you thinking to install an access control security system to ensure your workplace is safe and secure and the building occupants protected?

Secure M2M on the SIM

ASPIDER has developed a true end-to-end security solution for M2M communications that employs state-of-the-art cryptography technology.  

World cup winners

How Brazil’s São Paulo International airport and the Maracanã and Mineirão football stadiums relied on Barco’s networked visualization solutions to provide a real-time view on incidents – and foster speedy emergency reactions – during the FIFA World Cup 2014.

Car hacked?

With in car connectivity increasingly a desirable element in the development of the latest infotainment systems and more consumers wanting to use their devices in the car, this is set to continue. Backing this up, a recent study by the IEEE claims by 2025, either Bluetooth or WiFi technologies will be in just about every new car being built.

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