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Prague CCTV analytics

In Prague the city council has 2,500-plus cameras which monitor many of the Czech capital’s streets, schools, underground and surface rail lines besides historic buildings and monuments are all recorded and managed using Geutebruck equipment. The extensive use of video analytics with automatic alarm scenarios enables system operators to intervene whenever required. One example is the Charles Bridge over the Vltava read more

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As cyber hackers become more complex and sophisticated in their methods, UK organisations are being urged to strengthen their security systems to protect themselves and consumers by BSI, the business standards company. A BSI survey of IT decision makers found that cyber security is a growing concern with over half (56 per cent) of UK businesses being more concerned than 12 months ago. Some seven in 10 (70 per cent) surveyed attribute this to hackers becoming more skilled and better at targeting businesses. However, read more

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ACS score high

The contractor Axis Security reports that it has achieved the highest SIA Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) score in its history, increasing by seven points to reach 171 out of a possible maximum of 174. The score of 171 is one of the highest ever attained by a manned guarding company, Axis adds. In 2009, when the senior management team re-launched the Axis Security business, it had an ACS score of 46. By 2013 it had increased by more than 100 points to 164. The score places Axis Security securely within the top 5pc read more

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After its first attendance at Milipol Qatar, the security exhibition in Qatar last month, UK-based Vemotion has announced an initial partnership with Qatar based security company Alzomar, to distribute Vemotion products in the Qatar region. Stewart McCone, pictured, CEO of Vemotion, said: “This partnership is big news for Vemotion and our attendance at Milipol allowed us to seal the deal. Alzomar has succeeded through introducing the latest technology to its clients, so it was a natural choice for us to work read more

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