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Dogs Vs. Under Vehicle Scanners (UVIS)

Beyond the warm and fuzzy factors, dogs have a long history of helping humans with their talented sense of smell that has been helpful for detecting hidden objects and people. To this end, dogs are still commonly used by security teams, police, and even militaries for guarding sensitive sites and uncovering contraband ranging from food and drugs to weapons and explosives. The case for using dogs has historically been an easy one to make. However, as one moves into the digital age, many organiza...

UVeye Secures Corpus Christi Naval Air Station From Intruders With The Help Of Helios

Security is the biggest concern for military facilities. Modern military facilities face a wide variety of risks, from cyber attacks to data theft to terrorist attacks. The Corpus Christi Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas for example, dealt with three separate attempted intrusions in a year and a half. In one incident, man driving a stolen SUV entered the base and attempted to exit through a separate entrance, but crashed his car and was then shot by security personnel. In another inci...

UVeye Provides Their Employees With The Technical Tools And Support To Boost Work From Home Productivity

With the spread of coronavirus forcing people to work from home for their safety and health, there are many challenges when operating a business remotely. Not all employers recognize this transformation as positive, while managers oppose this verdict due to the difficulties in controlling remote workers and their productivity. At UVeye, they are in a unique position to see the practical impact in real-time. As working from home can be complicated and even further stressful than working at the o...

Helios UVIS By UVeye Provides Enhanced Security And Authorized Access Control To Energy Facilities And Critical Infrastructures

The greatest challenge that the energy sector faces in modern times is how to meet the continuously changing risk factors and addressing all of the necessary security aspects. Considering their unique infrastructure, expensive and sensitive materials onboard, and sometimes even classified national assets, energy facilities and critical infrastructures will always be subject to varied security threats. With hundreds of oil refineries, nuclear power plants, research reactors and fuel cycle facili...

UVeye Provides Helios Systems To Protect Both The Access Roads And Parking Facilities Around The Airport

A frequent target for terrorism, airports faces considerable challenges in securing the flow of traffic. Concerns over security can ground flights, grinding operations to a halt. Whether one needs to inspect all vehicles entering the airport grounds or just those entering higher-security areas like the apron and the container space, there is no room for long waits during inspections. Passengers are counting on their flights leaving on time, and security delays could lead to flight delays. Howev...

UVeye Provides Helios UVSS Camera System To Enhance Under-Vehicle Inspection In Prisons

In 2017 alone, 71 prison staff were found to be smuggling contraband into detention facilities in the UK alone. This is a known issue for security officers in prisons around the world, and that is why a major prison in Australia approached UVeye in 2019 about installing intelligent vehicle scanning devices. During 2019 In England and Wales drugs were found 13,119 times in prisons, more than 35 incidents per day, on average. The number of incidents has tripled since 2014, after years of relative...

UVeye Shares Innovative Airport Screening Technologies To Enhance Security For Travellers And Their Employees

Airports present a complex challenge to security managers, representing in sharp relief the tension between the need for efficiency and that of maintaining the highest levels of security standards. As the primary passenger travel hubs of the modern era, airports see the most significant amount of traveler traffic as billions pass through their gates annually on their way to their destinations, both domestic and international. This trend of higher rates of air travel shows no signs of letting up...

UVeye Discusses What One Needs To Know Before Acquiring An Automatic Inspection System (UVIS)

When securing a sensitive facility against unwanted threats, there are several challenges that need to be addressed. Whether one is trying to protect an embassy, bank, power plant, data center, military base or airport, no perimeter is tightly secure until all of the people and vehicles entering are screened in the right manner. While it’s clear that old-school methods like a guard with a mirror are outdated and present many time-consuming challenges, there are technological solutions tod...

UVeye Plans To Expand In The US With The Opening Of Sales And Product Development Offices

UVeye, a supplier of high-tech vehicle-inspection systems, is planning to expand in the United States with the introduction of products especially designed for car dealers, used-car auction houses and major vehicle-fleet operators. The company plans to open sales and product development offices in Ohio and New York within the next four months, is assembling a team of regional sales representatives and also is exploring various North American locations for production and warehouse facilities in 2...

UVeye To Release Virtual ‘fingerprint’ Recognition System For Vehicles Receiving Underbody Scan At SIA Webinar

UVeye, a globally renowned developer of vehicle threat-detection systems for the security industry, is introducing technology that can create a virtual ‘fingerprint’ for any vehicle that receives an UVeye underbody scan. The company will host a free SIA (Security Industry Association) webinar on ‘How to Fingerprint Vehicles Using Computer Vision’ at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The company’s CEO, Amir Hever and Chief Marketing Officer, Yaron Saghiv plan to discuss how Computer...

UVeye To Host An SIA Webinar To Introduce Newly-Developed Virtual Fingerprint For Vehicles

Similar to a human fingerprint, every vehicle has its own unique identity - a "fingerprint" unlike any other car or truck in the world. UVeye, a renowned developer of vehicle threat-detection systems for the security industry, is introducing technology that can create a virtual "fingerprint" for any vehicle after a UVeye underbody scan. The company will host a free SIA (Security Industry Association) webinar on "How to Fingerprint Vehicles Using Computer Vision" at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The company's...

UVeye’s Launches Intelligent Vehicle Screening For Banks And Financial Facilities (UVIS)

Due to economic cyber threats in the last few years, banks have become a sensitive target for major data theft, and a crucial element that needed to be addressed was the ability to check recurring vehicles leaving the facility and trying to conceal external storage devices in the undercarriage of a vehicle. With that threat being addressed, there are also scenarios of armed robbery and weapon smuggling into the site. Vehicle access point One of the leading banks in Africa, which is situated i...