- RETAIL SECURITY - Securing Storefronts
- TRANSPORTATION SECURITY - On a Wing and a Prayer
- BUILDING AUTOMATION - Security and Building Automation Systems Coverage
- ACCESS CONTROL - Healthcare on Guard
Mass notification capabilities brought to Air Force 64th and 65th Aggressor Squadrons
Post Cold War, some of the threats have changed, but the squadrons’ mission remains the same—to master the tactics of foreign air forces.
Open platform manages enterprise-wide security operations
As the largest healthcare provider in the Twin Cities’ East Metro area, HealthEast Care System is dedicated to offering its patients the highest quality medical services.
Facility owners combine security and traditional building systems
Here’s a typical building systems setup in a large commercial office facility. The security function—video, access, intrusion, fire and other systems—is run over a dedicated network.
Security a vital component of helicopter service facilities
Newfoundland and Labrador-based commercial service provider Cougar Helicopters doesn’t take safety and security lightly.
Brown Shoe Co. uses video analytics to step into customer analytics
As IP technology and advanced video surveillance systems become increasingly popular, video analytics have officially entered the mainstream.
In 2011, his mother, along with several other volunteers, joined forces with the Cedar Park Veterans Memorial Citizens Advisory Group to honor military veterans who have given their lives serving our country.
Megacenter harnesses solar power to illuminate parking lot collections
Lady Gaga, the Dallas Stars, the Dallas Mavericks and parking lots might seem like strange bedfellows, unless you’re heading to the American Airlines Center to watch a concert or game.
Let’s face it, tradeshow attendance is hard work. When a company is putting on its own tradeshow, it become less a trial and more a labor of love. Security Products magazine (1105 Media Inc.) owns GovSec, an annual security conference and exposition held in Washington, D.C. each spring.
Mobile apps for the dealer and the customer
Apps are more prevalent than ever. The best ones are clean, fast and easily navigable for all ages, not just the world’s youngest millionaires.
Water district uses video analytics to create a virtual perimeter
For many security industry professionals, one of two things often comes to mind when they hear the term, “video analytics.” One: high-tech, critical-infrastructure protection in applications such as airport security.
Classic burglar alarms fail to meet growing consumer expectations
Most of the 30 million classic burglar alarms installed since 1970 fail to meet growing consumer expectations of what a modern burglar alarm should be.
Security professional combines experience, innovation and design
Charlie Howell’s childhood was hardly conventional. While other children were reading comic books, he was poring over repair manuals and installation diagrams.
I recently participated in a webinar titled Industrial Security in the Real World: Practical Steps, which indirectly discussed how some fundamental tenants of project management were applied to this topic.
A recurring revenue stream that puts more profit in your pocket
If you’re limiting your business to selling surveillance technology as a capital expense, you’re leaving a lot of money on the table.
Lack of integration in your accounting, service and central station can minimize profitability
What job function does the staff of full-service central stations spend the most time performing? Processing signals? Taking calls? No! The answer is data entry.