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Submitted on February 14, 2011 | Security Electronics and Networks
While it may not seem obvious, it appears to me that we are, at least in part, inevitably becoming part of the broader telecommunications industry and there may be enormous opportunities for companies able to develop ways to exploit new...
Submitted on November 8, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
We had our big local show a few months ago and last month it was the turn of ASIS in Dallas. The importance of this expo is that ASIS, ISC, IFSEC and Essen are the industry’s bellwethers it’s well worth...
Submitted on October 17, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
SECURITY 2010 held in Sydney last month was probably the most successful exhibition the Australian security industry has ever seen. I think that while there’s still some softness in the market with corporate and government end user budgets being restricted...
Submitted on October 5, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
Q: Hughes Identification Systems was the pioneer of proximity technology in the 1980s and 30 years later it is now one of the most recognisable names in global access control - would you say that HID is market leader? A:...
Submitted on September 27, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
SOMETHING that struck me in particular was that new product and technology in the security industry has a tidal flow to it. I felt we saw a greater number of completely new products last year yet this year I saw...
Submitted on August 30, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
AT Security 2010 there will be stacks of new gear from leading manufacturers and distributors who are getting momentum in their product spreads now the direction of new technology has broadly solidified. There are signs of growing maturity in all...
Submitted on August 23, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
Q: You have been with Axis Communications since 1996. As far as IP video is concerned, 1996 is the beginning of everything. What was it like being the first IP video manufacturer?A: I remember my first Christmas at Axis Communications...
Submitted on July 28, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
As the mouthpiece of the electronic and networked security industry SE&N has a long history of moaning about licensing but this latest development is hard to see as offering any improvement, while disempowering our industry associations to the detriment of...
Submitted on June 29, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
Something happened during the month just gone that will change alarm monitoring in the short term and monitoring companies and industry associations need to be paying serious attention. That’s because Telstra, which owns the nation’s switched PSTN infrastructure, has signed...
Submitted on June 6, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
If it’s any consolation to those in charge of the security function’s purse strings in government departments across the nation, it’s that the confusion is universal. That’s because while electronic security has become something completely different it has remained very...
Submitted on May 9, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
The chat is not just coming from suppliers either, it’s coming from end users. It is never a great surprise to us when security software manufacturers talk up the strength of their video analytics play but it’s more telling when...
Submitted on March 6, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
At all levels of the industry, multiple technologies are in a battle to death. On one hand DVRs, NVRs and Flash memory are slugging it out, while over in the corner, proprietary and open architecture security management systems grapple with...
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