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Submitted on January 12, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
KATOOMBA’S Scenic World tourist attraction was opened back in 1945 on the site of the Katoomba Colliery by local entrepreneur Harry Hammon and his sister Isobel Fahey. As a transport operator, Harry had developed a feel for the tourism potential...
Submitted on January 11, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
AS part of a programme of increased security measures, Ports of Auckland has upgraded its perimeter security with the installation of a PowerFence system from Gallagher Security Management Systems - a division of the Gallagher Group. This is an important...
Submitted on January 11, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
IF you were going to construct the toughest video surveillance challenge possible using current technology you’d start out with a casino. That’s because this is one application whose CCTV requirements are so firmly bolted to operation and revenue generation that...
Submitted on September 2, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
  “The system is designed around 6 locations each comprising 1 Bosch Autodome 300 Series PTZ camera and 2 fixed Autodome 100 Series domes cameras. Meanwhile, the library has 2 Bosch Dinion IP fixed domes” A BUSTLING agricultural centre in...
Submitted on September 1, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
“Major sporting venues need outright performance from their surveillance systems and it’s because of this fundamental need for real time, high resolution images on all channels and at multiple monitors that the SCG and SFS retain significant analogue installations” SAME...
Submitted on August 31, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
“The idea was to install a system to automatically cover the perimeter and give remote access of the CCTV system that was able to handle live monitoring on game days. What we were seeking capability and efficiency” SPORTS grounds are...
Submitted on August 31, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
“As a system administrator I like the ability to define which users have access to which cameras and footage. This has allowed various departments to take ownership of security issues in their own area, while maintaining the benefits of running...
Submitted on August 31, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
“I’ve not noticed any impact on network performance. The cameras are capable of buffering in the event there’s too much network load but the way the system is set up at Canada Bay, that’s not an issue” IP video surveillance...
Submitted on August 31, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
“The specification was to install an access control system that would suite the client’s current basic requirement and also be upgradable in the future. In short, they wanted a modular system that would integrate seamlessly with other sub-systems in the...
Submitted on June 28, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
TOO often video surveillance people get stuck inside the square when it comes to CCTV applications but this powerful solution, installed by Eastern Installations and Direct Alarm Supplies for Gippsland Ports, clearly indicates the opportunities clever integrators can find outside...
Submitted on June 4, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
OMEGA is one of the Australian security industry’s youngest video surveillance importers and it’s impossible not to think of it as the one with the greatest untapped potential. If this observation surprises, it’s worth considering the fact that through its...
Submitted on June 3, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
RETAIL security is a major challenge for end users and integrators. A successful retail environment is built around giving customers a powerful retail experience – that means a close encounter with the items they want to purchase. But by its...
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