Case Studies

Security Trends 2014

Access Control Continues to Innovate by Embracing New Technology in 2014. By John Davies, Managing Director & Mike Sussman, Engineering and Operations Director at TDSi

Picture perfect

National Portrait Gallery in London expands Dallmeier video system

Work of art

Protecting the Arts with Honeywell IP Video

Football focus

Allianz Arena Munich football clubs rely on Panomera® multifocal sensor systems

Key management

Brenda Taylor of Traka discusses how key and asset management can integrate with other security disciplines to extend beyond ‘convergence’ and move towards intelligent building management.

We’ve got you covered

Tensor is a long running specialist supplier and installer of Panasonic surveillance solutions with expert experience and knowledge in; smartcard and biometrics, time and attendance, access control, visitor monitoring, gates, barriers and turnstiles, digital CCTV, fire roll call and HR personnel software. 

Class act

Paxton Net2 Entry Secures the Safety of Children at Chalkwell Hall Junior School

Don't lose focus

The technological advances that have been made in the field of network-based surveillance in the last few years are astounding.

Safe and secure

"Cellular networks are not secure unless they are private and managed, full-stop"

Flying high

Newfoundland & Labrador based commercial s service provider Cougar Helicopters does not take safety and security lightly.

London calling

IFSEC International waves farewell to the NEC after a show stopping year to start its next chapter at the ExCeL, London in 2014

After the sun goes down

Solarpack is a multinational integrated management company focusing on electricity generation projects in the field of solar photovoltaic energy and is specialised in the development, financing, construction, operation and management of these projects.

End to end M2M Solutions

Over the past few years, the security industry has seen massive changes brought on by the proliferation of M2M wireless services that has promised to transform the industry as a whole

The heat is on

In modern society life without electricity is unthinkable. If we are cut off from the grid for an extended period of time this could potentially cost more than just money. With hospitals and other emergency services depending on electricity an extended power failure might cost lives.

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