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Fisheye cameras | Moving towards that perfect view

Having eyes in the back of your head — an attribute relegated to vigilant parents, strict librarians, and more than a few teachers — is a condition that would serve the security industry well. After all, who doesn’t want the ability to have eyes on the action, wherever it’s happening? Since such forms of sight are a physical impossibility, security…

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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…

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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

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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…

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Newsletter – Volume 1, Issue 1

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

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by Santiago Jaramillo Tyco Security Products Originally posted Here When Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados began renovations security system, the primary objective was to update the old autonomous system to ensure a prompt response to any security incident. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is the largest medical facility in Barbados, an island country in the Lesser Antilles, with a population of…

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PTZ in a Megapixel World

Orginal article by Steve Carney on Thu, Feb 21, 2013 @ 08:37 AM It was heard in many security related market discussions over the past 3-4 years that the era of the PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom camera) was over.  Megapixel technology would allow the digital zoom and detail in video that would make the mechanical PTZ obsolete. After all, fixed…

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Other Aspects of Healthcare Security

Orginal arcticle by Chuck Vion on Wed, Feb 06, 2013 @ 02:25 PM. As if being responsible for the security and safety of patients, visitors and staff 24 hours a day isn’t enough, many hospital and healthcare security directors are stepping up to the plate and devoting new resources to helping their organization with another aspect: customer service. Hospital security…

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The Softer Side of Security

Orginal article by Jim Stankevich, CHPA on Tue, Nov 20, 2012 @ 02:30 PM. As if being responsible for the security and safety of patients, visitors and staff 24 hours a day isn’t enough, many hospital and healthcare security directors are stepping up to the plate and devoting new resources to helping their organization with another aspect: customer service. Whether…

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LCD Monitors bring Change: Technology does not stand still

Orginal article by Mike Tabola on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 @ 09:17 AM. As we complete the transition from CRT monitors to LCD monitors, we find that, in some cases, there is not an apples to apples comparison between specifications. The technology incorporated between these two architecture platforms is different and some of the specifications between the two platforms are…

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