- An Ounce of Prevention
- Running to Security
- A Vehicle Identifier
- Thermal Enhancement
- Transforming the Future
Specialty technology now beginning routine in security solutions
Securing airports, seaports, railways, bridges and tunnels is no easy task. One technology that transportation agencies are increasingly relying on to secure these environments is thermal imaging.
Networked solutions have been filling critical need for almost a decade
Network thermal cameras were first introduced to the security market in 2010 filling a critical detection gap in network video systems.
Protectors deliver the power to protect security systems
Power surges and lightning strikes can disrupt the operation of security and surveillance systems, or even worse, destroy them completely.
Marijuana’s high volume cash business requires tight security in the Mile High City and beyond
Call it what you will, marijuana, cannabis, weed, Mary Jane or pot, it’s creating a whole new gold rush for entrepreneurs in an emerging industry, including security products and services.
High-profile, Michelin-star awarded Agern restaurant and high-traffic, adjacent Great Northern Food Hall deploy integrated IP video security and services network, solving unique installation requirements
More than 750,000 people pass through Grand Central Terminal every day. In addition to operating 24/7, and being one of the most visited tourist attractions in the United States, the terminal is a historic landmark with much of its structure more than 150 years old. These factors presented challenges for the installation of a new video monitoring and services network.
Chain shoe store recognizes best track to safe environment
You are an integrator, and imagine you could have any installation job you wanted. What would you choose? Would it be a well-known company, or a prestigious location? What if you could have both?
Being prepared is worth more than a pound of cure
Common sense dictates that it is easier to stop something from happening in the first place than to repair the damage after it has been done.
Corman Park Police increase identification by 400 percent
The Corman Park Police aims to protect and serve its diverse community using the safest and most effective means possible. Its officers work 12-hour shifts, patrolling the community, responding to calls for service and assisting the federal police in criminal offenses and apprehensions.
New options prevent theft of electronic devices while allowing for maximum customer interactivity—without the mess and clutter
For retailers of high end consumer electronics such as smartphones, tablets, e-readers, drones, digital cameras and fitness watches, the customer’s retail experience can be just as important as loss prevention.
Security is still a challenging goal to meet because of accessibility
Airports are the nation’s most highly secured public facilities. Since Sept. 11, 2001, the federal government has spent billions of dollars protecting airports and planes.
I’ve found over the past 21 years that there are many who enjoy talking to the media, and some who don’t. I like talking to those who, like their products, are open and transparent, or, in other words, have an open architecture.
Seminar 2017 is better than ever
As the 2017 President of ASIS International, it’s my honor to welcome security professionals to Dallas for the ASIS International 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017) this Sept. 25-28.
If you are not familiar with Red Hawk Fire & Security, that’s too bad. The security and fire integrator has 35 locations nationwide, and has recently partnered with Affiliated (central station) Monitoring.
Demo the latest in electronic access control in a state-of-the-art technology center
The best way to experience the latest in product technology is in a state-of-the-art showroom. And just as you can demo an extensive product line in a sleek Apple Store, SALTO Systems now offers a newly-opened showcase and training center located in the heart of New York City.
Strengthen your reputation and generate sales
Thriving businesses must continue to grow year over year to survive in the ever-evolving alarm industry. Over the course of a year, products and services change, customer needs evolve and public perception changes with the economy.
In an industry increasingly dominated by massive organizations that grow larger with each merger or acquisition, end users find themselves faced with a dwindling number of choices when it comes to selecting a fire, life safety and security integrator.