VLADO Damjanovski and Olly D’Souza will present on video content analysis standards at SecTech Roadshow in Sydney on May 4.
Damjanovski is a member of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) TC-79 group which deals with IP CCTV, Alarm and Access standards, on behalf of Australia where he participates in the Work Group 12 (WG-12) which worked on the new Camera Measurement standard, the IEC 62676-5, which is now being voted on internationally.
Meanwhile, Olly D’Souza is actively participating in the IEC TC-79 WG-12, on behalf of Australia, in the making of standards document 62676-6, which refers to Video Content Analytics.
Damjanovski and D’Souza will present on the efforts going into the creation of the video content analysis standards document and will explain the already voted standards and what they mean for the video surveillance industry.
DAHUA has announced its cooperation with Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) in building a ‘Joint Laboratory of Intelligent Video Systems Engineering’.
Both parties will contribute their technological and business resources respectively, to drive technological innovation of intelligent video content in the civilian security field. The executive dean of the School of Computer Science at BUPT, Ma Huadong, and Yang Yinchang, general manager of the Dahua R&D Center, attended the ceremony and signed the agreement.
NORTHERN Territory Health Department is seeking a security integrator to provide support for Royal Darwin Hospital.
The tender calls for the repair and maintenance of existing security and CCTV systems, including minor installations as required, for a period of 3 years.
Royal Darwin Hospital in the Northern suburb of Tiwi and underwent a major $A43 million redevelopment in 2003 which saw the construction of a new Emergency Department, a new expanded Intensive Care, Coronary Care, an Operating Theatre suite, a new Imaging Department and a 12-bed Hospice.
The Royal Darwin Hospital is also home of the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre funded by the Australian Government after the hospital's efforts associated with the Bali Bombings in October 2002.
With 375 beds, Royal Darwin Hospital is the largest hospital in the Northern Territory, and employs more than 1500 people.
Simons Voss wireless keyways now integrate with Genetec Synergis
GENETEC has announced a technology partnership with lock maker SimonsVoss that will allow the SmartIntego Digital Locking Cylinder, Smart Handle and Padlock Wireless Locks to integrate with Genetec’s Synergis IP-based access control core system in the Security Center platform.
The idea is to offer a cost-effective and scalable solution for a wide range of customers, including higher education, healthcare, retail and governmental institutions. It’s a sharp move from Genetec and given the company’s relentless focus on cloud delivery, it’s a signal of ongoing change in the access control market.
The partnership means customers will be able to enrol SimonsVoss locks into their Synergis access control systems via version 5.6 of Security Center, which is expected to be available in early Q2, 2017. And because they’re wireless, these integrations are very simple.
A NEW prison boasting state-of-the-art security and surveillance is to be built in Grafton in NSW.
The new prison will cost $A560 million, house 1700 inmates and employ 600 staff, making it the largest prison in Australia. The prison will comprise a 1000-bed, male maximum security facility, a 300-bed, female maximum security facility and a 400-bed minimum security facility.
NSW Corrections Minister David Elliott said the prison would be built and operated by consortium Northern Pathways comprising Serco, John Laing, John Holland and Macquarie Capital.
"The project received very high-quality bids, but Northern Pathways has a significant focus on our commitment to reduce re-offending," Elliot said.
The new centre will be responsible for remand, reception and placement for specified offender groups and will provide rehabilitation services to reduce reoffending.
Perimeter security and gates required at Aurukun Power Station
ERGON Energy Corporation has gone to tender for the supply and installation of triple pointed Palisade fencing, an automatic cantilever gate, a single leaf swing gate and personnel gates for the Ergon Power Station at Aurukun.
Some concrete curbing, minor earthworks and installation of earthing conductor will also be required internally and externally to the Power Station as part of the security upgrade.
The tender states that the contractor is to provide details of the methodology of the old fence and installation of the new fence for approval of power station security.
RESEARCHERS at Eindhoven University have achieved a speed of 42.8 Gbit/s with a ray of light in an optical wireless network
The capacity the harmless Wi-Fi light rays is not only huge (more than 40Gbit/s per ray) but also there is no need to share it since every device gets its own ray of light. The system conceived in Eindhoven is simple and affordable. Wireless data comes from a few central light antennas, for instance mounted on the ceiling, which precisely direct the rays of light supplied by an optical fibre.
Since there are no moving parts, this solution is maintenance-free and needs no power: the antennas contain a pair of gratings that radiate light rays of different wavelengths at different angles called passive diffraction gratings. Changing the light wavelengths also changes the direction of the ray of light. Since a safe infrared wavelength is used that does not reach the vulnerable retina in your eye, this technique is harmless.
Sgt Mal Scott (left), Anne Winning, Danielle Taylor, Tony Abbott and Doug Grant at the system opening
NASKAM Security has installed an optical and thermal safety and security surveillance system in the town of Cooroy in Queensland.
The new Hikvision system incorporates 23 fixed and PTZ Hikvision Darkfighter cameras to a specification written by CCTV consultant, Doug Grant. Video footage from the system, which is monitored by local police in Cooroy, can only be obtained by police officers through a formal process of request during police investigations.
The Cooroy system incorporates number plate recognition and registrations plates of vehicles travelling along the main street can be displayed for the attention of operators and recorded for police investigators.
The system covers the Cooroy CBD, main street, skate park and the industrial park and was funded by a $200,000 grant from the proceeds of crime delivered through the Federal Government’s Safer Streets Programme.
Q Security Systems has for the past 10 years partnered with Sunell in bringing its OEM-branded cameras to Australia and now distributes the Sunell brand of NVR’s and new series IP cameras exclusively through its national branch network.
The launch of the new Sunell NVR’s by QSS is marked by a special bundle price offering—be sure to contact your local QSS branch and asked about this great deal and also to get your Sunell Launch Kit package.
Since its foundation in 2002, Sunell has been committed to the research, development and innovation on the intelligent video products and solutions, and has been the leading company in surveillance industry in China.