Archive for January 28, 2014

Enter optional description here

Technology to help go with the flow | preventing card user fraud

In the post-9/11 world, access control has become ubiquitous, especially in the corporate world where thousands of people stream into and out of individual office buildings every day. Workers equipped with access cards enter through turnstiles, actual and virtual, or gain entry into buildings through card-controlled doorways. A swipe of a card allows the cardholder access. But what is there…

read more

Newsletter – Volume 1, Issue 2

Welcome to the second edition of our newsletter, please click on the image below to download and view the file.  Volume 1, Issue 2

read more

Video ‘must haves’ for active surveillance

In the majority of surveillance situations, the end user is going to be using video forensically or sporadically, checking on situations that have occurred and using video to determine what happened or to help make a case against a perpetrator or tuning in to a specific incident that is under way. But for some security officers, active, live video is…

read more