March Networks and local partner Campus s.r.l will provide its video management system platform and advanced video analytics for the protection of 50 remote solar farms across southern Italy.
The rep firm will expand market for outdoor video analytic systems in the New York area.
The program improves the company’s technical and personnel infrastructure and adds new pre- and post-sale support services.
Exercising its large-scale security integration capabilities, Diebold, Inc. is managing the installation, integration and maintenance of a complex security software system for the new World Trade Center (WTC) site in New York City.
LINC represents low voltage (IP) infrastructure and connectivity products across such technologies as security, voice, data, video, power, cooling and testing.
The partnership marries March Networks’ strengths providing scalable, high-performance systems to financial institutions, government organizations and remote critical infrastructure operators worldwide with Milcon Gulf’s proven success in large-scale infrastructure installations in those regions.
When preparing to open Galileo III, a white-tablecloth Italian restaurant in Washington, D.C., within walking distance of the White House and the National Theater, Chef Roberto Donna let his imagination take hold, not only in the dishes he wanted to prepare for Washington’s movers and shakers, but also in how he could maximize the security surveillance system he knew he would need to protect his assets and help manage his business.
- By Courtney Pedersen
- Jul 01, 2011
The acquisition of Advasense Technologies Ltd. complements strong Pixim sales growth driven by Seawolf chip.
Iluminar’s IR229-P units are infrared illuminators that can be integrated into the Pelco Esprit.
The GTAP is an online portal that was designed as an extension to Genetec's Technical Assistance Center to provide customers with in-depth technical information, product assistance tools and peer-to-peer forums.
DCSI and Australia-based Print Security execute development and distribution agreement to expand digital copier data security solutions into Australia and New Zealand.
The new facility is designed to meet growing demands of the mass notification industry.
The Port of Boston is working with the University of Southern California on a pilot program that uses computer modeling to randomize the Coast Guard's patrol schedule, essentially optimizing its use of the port's limited resources to protect critical infrastructure.
- By Laura Williams
- Apr 25, 2011
The semi-annual award recognizes a product supplier that has collaborated with Graybar in an exceptional manner to successfully grow profitable business together.
Some surveillance companies brag about their solutions' tiny size; this solution, however, towered over other products at ISC West. With a few solar panels and a wind turbine, SentryView's self-powered SentryPOST targets installations for which obtaining grid power would be difficult, costly or both.
- By Laura Williams
- Apr 18, 2011
Most buildings are not constructed to withstand an unexpected explosion or impact. Now, a researcher at the University of Missouri is working with the U.S. Army to test a method of retrofitting buildings to protect them in the case of a terrorist attack.
Smiths Detection recently announced that it would be providing X-ray screening equipment to the 2011 Military World Games in Brazil. We sat down with Eduardo Parodi, the company’s director of sales and marketing for Latin American and the Caribbean, to get some details on the games, the systems Smiths’ would be deploying and the high-profile world of event security.
The companies will be presenting at the Datacenter Dynamics conference and Expo on March 10 in New York City on intelligent infrastructure investment.
The testing certifies that the products can be safely installed on any network to protect mission-critical resources without exposing the organization to security risks.
The federal government's computer networks, vast and incredibly critical to the country's day-to-day functioning, are subject to millions of attacks per day. It has no stated overarching cybersecurity policy, and there is little in the way of international law to guide the way, either. How the government protects these networks, and interacts with other nations' networks, remains under debate.
- By Laura Williams
- Mar 03, 2011