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21 January 2021

SUPPORTING SECURITY installers and system integrators to achieve optimum results for their IP camera installations, Clear Vision Technologies (in conjunction with barox, the manufacturer of ‘switches made for video networks’) has launched a Continuing Professional Development (CPD)-certified training course.

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21 January 2021

SYNECTICS SECURITY – the business specialising in the design, integration and support of advanced security and surveillance systems – has just won a new contract with Irish Rail (Iarnród Éireann) to upgrade all InterCity Mark 4 rolling stock on the Dublin to Cork route to an IP-based video surveillance solution.

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19 January 2021

TWO NEW Wisenet cameras equipped with Hanwha Techwin’s Wisenet7 chipset have “reinforced the company’s claim to be the market-leading manufacturer” of multi-directional cameras. Both the Wisenet PNM-9022V and Wisenet PNM-9322VQP models are equipped with “industry-leading cyber security features”.

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20 January 2021

360 VISION Technology, the UK manufacturer of rugged PTZ and thermal imaging cameras, is going to be actively promoting the use of radar imaging in the company’s latest Technology Learning Webinar.

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14 January 2021

THE WISENET PNM-9000QB camera module from Hanwha Techwin is designed for ATM, retail and other covert fraud and theft detection applications. The remote camera heads comprise an image sensor camera equipped with a fixed, pinhole or fisheye lens.

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14 January 2021

NORBAIN HAS announced a new partnership with Secure Logiq, thereby bringing into its extensive product portfolio the latter’s servers specifically designed for HD surveillance. Secure Logiq aims to provide “the fastest performance, the biggest storage and the most resilience” coupled with “the best value” in HD video processing, viewing, analysis and storage technology.

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14 January 2021

A NEW initiative designed to deliver “unprecedented” levels of support for CCTV and security consultants has been unveiled by Dahua Technology UK and Ireland. The Key Consultants Programme for the UK and Irish markets will see Dahua harness its technical and product expertise to keep consultants up-to-date with developments in security technology, including regular and informative product and technology updates, training and Continuing Professional Development opportunities.

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13 January 2021

A NEW range of Wisenet Public View Monitors (PVMs), each model being equipped with a built-in SSL connected 2 MP camera – has been introduced by Hanwha Techwin to help retailers deter fraudsters and shoplifters.

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25 January 2021

PARTIZAN SECURITY, the CCTV and access control solutions manufacturer founded back in 2008 and based in the Czech Republic, has continued its recent expansion into the UK security market by forming a new strategic partnership with monitoring service provider Fenix Monitoring.

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25 January 2021

WITH THE new MOBOTIX S74 video system, Konica Minolta is significantly expanding the usage options for intelligent video solutions delivered using its MOBOTIX 7 platform. The new model is a high-performance Internet of Things camera featuring up to four different types of sensor (two visual, one thermal and one movement/sound), which allows for more flexibility than any other MOBOTIX video system.

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06 January 2021

FAST-GROWING family-run video and network equipment supplier Mast Digital (UK) Ltd has become a new distributor for Dahua Technology. Doncaster-based Mast Digital (UK) Ltd boasts a product portfolio encompassing CCTV, AV, networks and satellite-related technology.

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05 January 2021

THE LATEST addition to the Wisenet P ‘Premium’ camera series from Hanwha Techwin removes the risk that important video evidence might be missed when there’s a need to monitor two adjacent sides of a building.

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05 January 2021

WLS HAS been able to demonstrate the full extent of its product knowledge and technical expertise by providing The Hudson office building in London with a comprehensive range of electronic safety and security systems including access control, CCTV, fire and intruder detection and disabled refuge alarms, as well as an intercom solution and an integrated reception system.

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05 January 2021

SECURITY SYSTEMS consultants and end users who want to use Best-in-Class surveillance products from Axis Communications now have a choice of easy, off-the-shelf options following the signing of a distribution agreement between Ingram Micro and Quanika.

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21 January 2021

IDIS IS supporting affordable and straightforward return-to-work steps with its new AI Box (DV-2232) for COVID-19. Powered by “the industry’s most accurate Deep Learning Engine” and compatible with IDIS Deep Learning Analytics, the AI Box for COVID-19 is a simple add-on appliance that’s compatible with existing IDIS network cameras and DirectIP NVRs, eliminating the need for complex analytics software or edge video analytics devices.

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31 December 2020

PHYSICAL SECURITY and enterprise incident management solutions developer Qognify has announced the launch of the Cayuga R16 video management system (VMS). The latest update focuses on improvements for the beating heart of large physical security environments – the Control Room.

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25 January 2021

AN INNOVATIVE end-to-end security and surveillance solution developed by network video specialist Axis Communications has improved security as well as general operations at Napoleons Casinos & Restaurants’ new site at Portland Street in the heart of Manchester.

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31 December 2020

THE NEW Wisenet TNV-8010C 5 MP corner mount camera from Hanwha Techwin has been built to make it impossible for a ligature to be tied around it, as well as very difficult for someone to rip the unit off a wall.

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31 December 2020

DAHUA TECHNOLOGY UK Limited has announced that Weststone Ltd (operating with the tradename of COP UK) will no longer serve as an authorised distributor of the company’s surveillance and security solutions here in the UK.

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25 January 2021

TECHNOLOGY FOCUSED on maintaining Health and Safety in semi-public and private venues remains crucial to slowing the spread of COVID-19. That being so, FLIR Systems has introduced the FLIR Elara FR-345-EST: a fixed-mount radiometric thermal security camera that measures elevated skin temperature accurately without contact or the need for a reference temperature source.

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14 January 2021

HANWHA TECHWIN has detailed what the surveillance solutions manufacturer believes will be the Top 5 key trends for the video surveillance industry during 2021. Those trends cover Artificial Intelligence edge-based solutions, open platform, the cloud, cyber security and finally data protection and privacy issues.

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14 January 2021

WHEN THE COVID-19 pandemic took hold in March last year, few industry commentators would have predicted the enormous impact it has since exerted right across the world and, indeed, every vertical sector. With that as the backdrop, Johan Paulsson examines the trends that we can now expect to see developing across the physical security sector during 2021.

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08 January 2021

ULTRA-HIGH resolution, multi-directional, 360⁰ or PTZ? With system designers now having so many options to choose from when it comes to specifying the most appropriate surveillance cameras for monitoring large areas, Uri Guterman provides a helpful and timely overview of the merits of some of the most suitable camera formats.

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19 November 2020

WITH 20-PLUS years of events sector experience to date, Rachael Shattock was appointed Group event director at the Nineteen Group (with responsibility for International Security Expo, International Cyber Expo and International Disaster Response) in early 2020. Here, in conversation with Security Matters, Rachael focuses on the necessary pivot to all three events running under one banner in the online domain.

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10 September 2020

FACIAL RECOGNITION appears to be in the spotlight again as a growing number of States in America seek to ban police use of the technology due to public fears that it may lead to racial or gender bias. In truth, the technology offers greater accuracy than CCTV systems to help police officers quickly identify crime suspects and keep the public safe, as Adrian Timberlake explains in detail.

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04 August 2020

The term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ in the professional security domain is controversial and views on it are polarised. Some hardware manufacturers dismiss it as a technology for the back office or deny its potential altogether. On the other hand, the cutting-edge developers are creating better and faster ways of helping humans to solve security risk problems using the maximum technology innovations. Pauline Norstrom offers some thought-provoking comment on this hugely topical subject

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03 August 2020

Biometrics and facial recognition have played their part in the control of the Coronavirus and, because of this, the general public’s view of these new and incredibly powerful tools is changing both rapidly and for the better. Stuart Greenfield delves into the detail

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03 August 2020

The value of video surveillance is unquestionable, but those professional deploying it must ensure this process is transacted correctly. Specifically, the deployment of surveillance tools should be Proportionate, Legal, Accountable, Necessary and Transparent. Kenny Long observes why the PLANT methodology is so important in today’s law enforcement spectrum

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30 July 2020

A POWERFUL new general purpose Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has emerged from the computer science community. GPT 3.0 contains over 100 times more learning reference points than its predecessor, writes Pauline Norstrom, resulting in a quantum leap in capability.

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03 July 2020

MANY BUSINESSES have been able to make the transition from on-site to remote working, but the time will come when the focus is back on the office environment. Alistair Enser outlines why security companies need to help their customers address the changes in their risk profiles and assist them to navigate the potential shift from cyber security threats to civil disturbance, for example, and from commercial theft to on-premises abuse or even violence.

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05 August 2020

FOCUSING ON minimising the cyber security threat posed to today’s IP network cameras, Uri Guterman and Elaine Moran have produced a jargon-busting explanation of video surveillance cyber security terminology, at the same time issuing a timely reminder that combating the activities of hackers needs to remain a top priority for businesses.

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16 June 2020

PARTICIPATING IN a mentoring relationship can be greatly beneficial for an individual’s professional development, whether that be as a mentor or mentee. There’s a good deal to be gained from having a trusted mentor at all stages of the professional journey. Equally so, mentors can also grow and learn through a mentoring relationship. Here, in this exclusive thought leadership article for Security Matters, Angela Vernon-Lawson examines her own mentoring journey involving The Security Institute.

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08 June 2020

WHAT IF the CFO of a fire and security business was given the opportunity of turning a potential bad debt write-off into positive cashflow? Andrew Birkwood examines why, of late, businesses have been obliged to look in detail at their most important asset and understand the critical importance of cashflow.

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03 June 2020

THE BRITISH Security Industry Association has been working tirelessly behind the scenes in a determined bid to underpin and embolden the private security industry in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among other things, that work has involved lobbying Government in a bid to see security personnel recognised for what they are (and always have been): key workers. Mike Reddington offers a progress update.

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03 June 2020

FABLIHA CHOWDHURY presents the key takeaways from a recent panel discussion in which representatives from Starbucks and Uber, as well as a former representative of Barclays, shared their personal take on embracing a cloud-first approach towards security and operations.

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01 June 2020

URI GUTERMAN explains in some detail why he firmly believes that, by harnessing the power of deep learning video analytics, businesses and organisations of all types and sizes will have a powerful tool at their fingertips to help them remain one step ahead of would-be intruders.

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29 May 2020

THE COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically altered the entire commercial landscape and changed the face of business as we know it due to action taken by the Government to contain the spread of the virus and safeguard individuals. Kevin Waterhouse examines how surveillance and analytics solutions can be used to nullify potential security issues in the retail space.

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29 May 2020

BARELY ANY day goes by without Artificial Intelligence (AI) and video surveillance being front and centre in the public spotlight due to concerns about ethics and privacy. Even more so now given the rapid development of highly beneficial applications designed for safety in light of COVID-19. Pauline Norstrom explains why it has never been more important for stakeholders to remain properly informed about this ever-evolving set of technologies.

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18 May 2020

MUCH HAS been written about the current increase in home working as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. While remote working simply isn't an option for many companies and their myriad employees, for others business is at least continuing even though it's not a case of 'business as usual'. Here, Mike Hurst examines the impact of home working on the security profession.

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15 May 2020

THE RECENT theft of Van Gogh's Spring Garden painting (which dates back to 1884) from a Dutch museum in the town of Laren serves as a timely reminder that the robbery of such artefacts with a view to their subsequent trade on the black market remains a prolific form of criminality. Here, Peter Houlis outlines the various ways in which security management policy and today's security systems can assist in the protection of priceless works of art.

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