Homeland Security


Products

  • Macurco CD-6

    Carbon Dioxide detector features buzzer and digital display options. more

  • MXGCS Stabilized Sighting

    The MX-GCS is a highly versatile above-armor gunner or commander sight that provides on-the-move target identification, tracking and firing capabilities. more

  • Blue Alert MNS

    Blue Alert MNS provides emergency notifications over a multitude of audio, visual and messaging platforms, including email, text message, emergency phones, public address speakers, social media, desktop alerts and more. It also now offers users a new way to integrate third party notification platforms with a custom web service tool that can be used to configure requests to be sent to an external server or API. more

  • Q-Series Analog Callbox

  • VOIP-600 Series


Webinars

  • Breakthroughs in Video Analytics

    New WebinarThe use of video analytics is growing rapidly in the surveillance market. It has proven indispensable in high-end security projects, and is becoming increasingly popular in commercial jobs for a wide range of applications. more


Podcasts

  • Expo Seguridad Conversation: Axis Communications

    Fernando Esteban, regional sales manager with Axis Communications, discusses the IP video market in the Mexico and Latin American regions with Security Products Editor-In-Chief Ralph C. Jensen during the first day of Expo Seguridad in Mexico City. more

  • Podcast: Workplace Violence

    Patrick Fiel, public safety advisor with ADT, discusses the recent incidents of workplace violence and how organizations can create a safer environment for employees. more

  • The Listening Post with Dan Verton

    In this episode of The Listening Post with Dan Verton, representatives from videoNEXT discuss the technology that keeps us all safe. more


Videos


Whitepapers

  • Understanding CFATS: What It Means to Your Business

    In 2006, the U.S. Congress mandated that “High Risk” chemical facilities develop and implement security plans to guard against the possibility of terrorism. Congress authorized the Department of Homeland Security to develop and administer the appropriate regulations. Congress established fines of $25,000 per day and closure of the facility as the penalties for any company found to be out of compliance. In 2008, DHS began the rollout of the regulation with the most significant and complicated portion of the implementation beginning now. more


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