In Security Editor
Galloping technological progress means that we are able to innovate constantly and make everyday life easier and safer, thanks in particular to ALPR applications.
Panomera multifocal sensor technology by Dallmeier keeps a watchful eye on the Millennium Square in Bristol, England, making the busy plaza a little safer.
It is not that many years since the choices for protecting a client’s site was either plenty of locks, barred windows, fences, etc. or the use of one or more night watchmen...
Paxton Access Ltd, the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry solutions will once again be exhibiting at the world’s leading trade show for security, Intersec, Dubai.
Adrian Mealing, Chairman of the Security Equipment Manufacturers’ Section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), explores the issue of pan-European certification and how the advent of new European legislation would signal a new era for the UK’s intruder alarms market.
IDF Aluminium has installed transom closers, hook locks and armoured keeps from Alpro at a new-build Asda store in Wealdstone, north London.
Bristol Zoo has used Xvision’s IP infrared bullet and dome cameras to observe a range of mammals, birds and reptiles as part of a BBC documentary.
IQCCTV, a Y3K company, has supplied over 100 of its dome cameras to the Park City Grand Plaza Kensington in central London.
Working with building services engineers JH Shouksmith & Sons Ltd, Comelit has supplied an IP door entry system to The Edge, a £15 million development in Leeds that provides luxury boutique hotel-style accommodation to the city’s university students.