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Submitted on March 10, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
FOR all the talk about full digital solutions you don’t see too much end-to-end IP CCTV in the flesh. That’s what makes Wollongong Council’s fast growing digital street surveillance project so important. The system’s 122 cameras deploy across Wollongong’s CBD...
Submitted on February 21, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
EVEN waist deep in road work and unbalanced by the paraphernalia of major construction, Canberra’s National Gallery of Australia is a thrilling structure. The strength and subtlety of the exterior is matched by an interior combining bush hammered concrete and...
Submitted on February 21, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
ONE of the ten busiest airports in the United States, GeorgeBushIntercontinentalAirport, located 20 miles north of downtown Houston, Texas, has 700 departures a day. With 9 domestic, 12 commercial, 40 cargo and 2 charter airlines operating on the site, it...
Submitted on February 20, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
A COMPREHENSIVE integrated CCTV system is to be installed at LauncestonAirport by JVC Professional’s Tasmanian distributor, Electronic Display Systems Tasmania. The installation will add 45 cameras to 22 existing cameras that monitor the airport’s carparks.  “We have been a supplier to...
Submitted on February 19, 2009 | Security Electronics and Networks
AUSTRALIA’S largest coal miner and exporter, BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance is the world’s largest supplier of seaborne coking coal but the company was losing $A8000 an hour in uncoverable downtime when cameras on its dragline excavators failed due to rough...
Submitted on April 8, 2008 | Security Electronics and Networks
ELECTRONIC security installations are a confluence of security policy and security technology, as well as a direct reflection of the standards and skills of the integration teams that build them. They also make a clear statement about the importance an...
Submitted on April 8, 2008 | Security Electronics and Networks
SECURITY people are a conservative bunch and this mindset is most apparent when it comes to biometric access control, a technology suite that deserves plenty more attention than it’s getting. There are 2 things that have held biometrics back in...
Submitted on December 2, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
TYPICAL alarm installations are benign and unlikely to challenge carefully planned solutions but in external and harsh industrial applications there are environmental variations that are able to trip over all but the most capable detectors. Complete Security, which started as...
Submitted on November 5, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
SECURITY managers and integrators need to take a forward thinking approach to networking video surveillance solutions. It’s pretty obvious current network infrastructure battles with the demands of shifting video and integrators know trying to sneak video streams through modern networks...
Submitted on May 9, 2007 | Security Electronics and Networks
Metronet Rail has responsibility for maintaining certain parts of London Underground's infrastructure, including trains, stations, tunnels and bridges, under a 30 year contract with the UK government. London Underground is one of the largest underground transportation systems in the world...
Submitted on November 27, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
HSBC in Australia is the first bank in Australia to offer a Digipass to all its retail Internet customers free of charge. By taking advantage of the user-friendly features of the GO3 for Internet banking security, HSBC in Australia is...
Submitted on January 12, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
L-3 WESCAM is a world leader in the design and manufacture of stabilized, multi-spectral airborne imaging systems, while L-3 Integrated Systems is an SEI CMM Level 5 developer and integrator of complex electronic systems for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance missions....
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