- THERMAL IMAGING - The Heat is On
- AIRPORT SECURITY - LAX Gets IT
- TRANSPORTATION SECURITY - Meeting the Challenge
- MARITIME SECURITY - To Store and Protect
Surveillance technology evolves in today's expansive public transportation system
After 9/11 and the recent bombings in Boston, the issue of security has become an increasingly pressing matter across the country
New stakeholders take surveillance technology to new heights
According to LAX, the airport is undergoing a $4.11 billion capital improvement program that covers everything from new high-tech gates to receive latestgeneration aircraft to upgraded retail and restaurant outlets. Enhanced security is a major part of this investment.
The next generation of intermodal security
Cargo theft is the costliest crime in America, reporting an estimated $25 billion in merchandise stolen, with incidents on the rise, according to the International Cargo Security Council.
For buyers and sellers, thermal sensors see beyond night vision
As police surrounded the suspected Boston bomber hiding inside a boat stored behind a Watertown, Mass., home last April, officers with a thermal camera peered through the hull and tarp to watch his every move.
Today’s video surveillance solutions enable greater flexibility, functionality
IP surveillance allows port officers access to relevant information from anywhere at any time, and delivers automatic incident alerts and alarms to reduce incident response times.
What you need to be successful with best-of-breed solutions
When it comes to choosing the best digital security and surveillance solution, there is a lot of confusion around bestof- breed solutions compared to commercial off-the-shelf or turnkey solutions.
Being an innovator means using pristine technology
You don’t produce 170 million barrels of oil in a single year without being an innovator. That’s exactly what EOG Resources Inc. is—an innovator and a game changer.
Curious by nature, I’ve wondered about lots of things, and later in life, I wonder about the necessity and effectiveness of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, as a tool for security.
Partnerships and networking key components of ASIS 2013
Hardly a day goes by without hearing someone extol the virtue of partnerships. In a global environment, partnerships often provide the resources to start the wheels of a project turning and keep it rolling to the finish line.
Video analytics helps protect headquarters of logistics provider from theft, vandalism
To reduce the emerging problems with vandalism and theft, Marine Container’s management team knew they needed to monitor access to its facilities and property. With a 130,000-squarefoot warehouse and six acres to monitor, this was no small feat.
Campus Security & Life Safety
High tech may give students unfair advantage.
Audio security technology monitors in real time.
University of Kentucky rethinks security while revamping its campus
Universities face innumerable threats, the complexity of which increases with each violent incident like the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School or the bombings during this year’s Boston Marathon.
Ohio schools bring security innovations to students and teachers
DPS had a few sporadic ID system capabilities throughout the district; however, this made it difficult to implement standard process improvements that would speed up the creation of new IDs at the beginning of each school year.
Remotely-delivered security solutions help academia keep an eye on security
Security has never been more important to organizations of all sizes and industries across the United States.
As school districts and parents are searching for increased comprehensive security measures for their schools, there are some basics that every school or college security administrator needs to know about access control.
today’s more dangerous world, electronic
access control assuredly provides a heightened
solution to mechanical locks.
Making sure you have the right security in place
From program management to application and deployment, security practitioners from schools, corporations and government agencies are asking: Do we have enough security?