COVID-19

Submitted on December 10, 2020 | John Adams
A new survey released by Nirovision found 94 per cent of Australian industrial workplaces now have COVID-19 response plans, but only half of them are somewhat confident in its effectiveness. The COVID-19 and the Australian Industrial Workplace survey conducted late...
Submitted on October 13, 2020 | John Adams
CSIRO has found that the COVID-19 virus can last up to 28 days on surfaces like mobile phones, touch screens, glass and stainless steel at 20C without exposure to UV. In temperatures between 30 and 40 degrees C, the virus...
Submitted on September 29, 2020 | John Adams
Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis, The Reshaping of Industries Caused by COVID-19, encompasses 9 key trends that will emerge from industries reshaping as a response to COVID-19. From the point of view of electronic security people, some of these technologies...
Submitted on September 20, 2020 | John Adams
Victoria’s COVID-19 case numbers continue to plummet – in the past 24 hours there have been 14 new cases, with no new cases in regional areas and 94 cases currently in hospital. “These numbers are coming down,” said Victoria’s Premier,...
Submitted on September 15, 2020 | John Adams
Victoria is slowly emerging from its COVID-19 battle, which has seen hundreds of deaths and a strict lockdown imposed, including an 8pm curfew. In the most positive sign for months, Premier Daniel Andrews announced pubs and restaurants in regional Victoria...
Submitted on September 9, 2020 | John Adams
WHEN it comes to COVID-19 management everything is now on the table. Security solutions, including proximity detection and reporting access control modules, proximity detection modules and solutions for CCTV, as well as more rigorous COVID-19 management procedures – including mandatory...
Submitted on August 28, 2020 | John Adams
Is there one piece of electronic security technology that could most assist end users in the fight against the relentlessly infectious COVID-19 virus? It's hard not to reach out for the COVID-19 silver bullet – a single piece of technology...
Submitted on August 21, 2020 | John Adams
Circumstances prevent us from catching up in person this year but that doesn't mean Victorians can't cast their minds back to happier times that they'll enjoy again in future. SEN went through its SecTech Melbourne files to dig out images...
Submitted on August 21, 2020 | John Adams
Long-suffering Victorians are grinding their way out of a Stage-4 COVID lockdown, which though painful, has succeeded in getting control of the state’s recent outbreak. The state recorded 179 new cases and nine deaths over the past 24 hours, the...
Submitted on August 16, 2020 | John Adams
Security teams fingered as the cause of Victoria’s quarantine hotel COVID outbreak may have played no part in spreading the virus. New reports published in The Age suggest quarantine patient zero was a night duty manager who contracted the virus...
Submitted on August 12, 2020 | John Adams
COVID-19’s resilience in the face of existing global lockdown strategies suggests controlling it demands more careful management of interconnected people and the vigorous and imaginative enhancement of interconnected technologies. A virus with the capacity to pass from 1 person to...
Submitted on August 11, 2020 | John Adams
Innertelligence has added people counting to its tailgate detection functionality to enhance COVID-19 safety procedures for its fitness centre customers around the world. “This has resulted in us managing the security and/or just access for many hundreds of fitness centres...
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