IFSEC 2015 News

How IoT Technology Might Impact Visions Of A Utopian Urban Future

The vision of a utopian urban future restsheavily on the success of Open Dataand a Cloud Computing paradigm Confronting urban challenges using technology requires the private sector to work in tandem with governments to enable "smart cities." In fact, one report predicts the number of safe cities worldwide will quadruple in the next decade. It’s a topic that is increasingly top-of-mind. For example, the Safe Cities Asia 2015 conference in Singapore in May brought to...

Raytec’s Panoramic Ultra IR Illuminator Range Launched At IFSEC 2015

The new range of illuminators provide wide angle 180° illumination to generate images at night, at distances up to 150m & beyond Launched at IFSEC, Raytec’s new range of Panoramic Ultra Infra-Red illuminators went down a storm. The new range of illuminators is designed for all PTZ domes, wide angle and multi-sensor cameras covering a large area. It provides powerful wide angle 180° illumination to allow these cameras to generate outstanding images at night, a...

IFSEC 2015: Traka Integration Capabilities Receive Positive Response

Traka showed visitors how it’s key and asset management products can integrate with software Traka, the key and asset management specialist, reports positive feedback from the security industry after attending IFSEC 2015, with an overwhelming response to its integration capabilities. On its stand, Traka showed visitors first-hand how its key and asset management products can integrate with software like OnGuard from Lenel and AEOS from NEDAP. The event gave the comp...

TDSi Stand Reports 25% Increase In Export Market Visitors At IFSEC 2015

TDSi believes the increase in visitors reflects continued and rapid expansion of the globalized security market With a 25% increase in export market visitors to its stand at IFSEC 2015, integrated security manufacturer TDSi believes this reflects the continued and rapid expansion of the globalized security market. Interest at the show also indicates continued customer demands for fully integrated solutions, rather than just security components. TDSi's Managing Director John D...

Nedap Presents At IFSEC: How To Create A Security Solution Ready For Tomorrow’s Technology

Nedap developed a presentation about the innovation and integration of the new software release – AEOS v3.1 At IFSEC, Daryn Flynn, UK Security Business Manager, presented at the Innovation center and highlighted why the modular software (think ‘apps’) design of Nedap has never been more relevant. For those wanting to build security solutions that will offer performance today but also longevity and future adaptability, read on... The 3 i’s – IFSEC...

IFSEC 2015 Review - Best Of The Global Security Market

As my trip to London for IFSEC International ends, I can look back on three days jam-packed with new approaches, new technologies, and the best the global security market has to offer. I met people from all over the world who share an interest in physical security technology -- and how it can be used to make the world a safer place. I heard several exhibitors mention that business was slow in Europe in the early part of 2015. However, the show highlighted that R&D investment has continued t...

IFSEC 2015 Postscript: Better Navigation And Less Noise!

In the vast center of the hall almost none of the randomly shaped stands display their index number I enjoy IFSEC each year, spending three days walking the halls. I do feel frustrated by the acres of "me too" products prompting a "meh" response. So often I’m left feeling the "big news" is that hype and lies are growing and continue to drown out the truth. If companies' marketing budgets were simply given over to their product development departments, we would find thing...

System Integration Major Theme At IFSEC 2015

When asking exhibitors at IFSEC International 2015 about what drives their markets, many cite system integration as a key factor. And they want more of it. Integration As Business “Driving Force” For example, John Davies of TDSI says customers are now seeking out system integration. “They want a solution rather than components, such as linking access control with building management systems or with an organization’s IT network to control access to its computers,”...

IFSEC 2015: Theia 4K 12MP Lenses For EMEA

Theia’s family of varifocal lenses will cover horizontal field of view from 112- to 9-degrees, with focal ranges of 4-10mm and 12-50mm Theia Technologies, the IP video surveillance lens specialist, announced the EMEA launch of a new range of 4K 12 megapixel (MP) lenses at IFSEC 2015. These lenses will reach the EMEA market from October 2015 just as 4K is beginning to accelerate. According to the latest market data from analyst IHS Inc., EMEA revenues from 4 MP and above...

GJD’s Intruder Protection Solutions For IFSEC 2015

As a key member of the Harmony Alliance, GJD shared stand space with other members creating the 'Harmony Village' GJD, one of the world’s most innovative leaders in British manufacturing and design of professional external detector equipment including Clarius® Infra-Red and White-Light LED Illuminators recently exhibited at IFSEC 2015 on stand F1160. GJD proudly showcased its latest intruder protection solutions consisting of IP surveillance, wired and wireless detec...

Avigilon HD Multisensor Camera

The HD Multisensor provides the flexibility of having up to four cameras positioned at one location Avigilon Corporation, a leading global provider of end-to-end security solutions, recently introduced the HD Multisensor camera to its product portfolio. The HD Multisensor camera offers complete coverage of wide areas with the simultaneous ability to digitally zoom in on any movement that occurs within the field-of-view. The HD Multisensor provides the flexibility of having up...

IFSEC 2015 Day Two - Global Insights And Surprises

Axis has a new camera that “shakes like a dog” when it rains -- to get rid of the extra moisture. KiwiSecurity, an Austrian company and IFSEC newcomer, uses video analytics to scramble images of faces in live video to ensure privacy.These were two of the surprising things I saw on Day Two of IFSEC. Attendance picked up nicely in the halls of London’s ExCeL -- and the show floor seemed to get bigger as the day wore on (at least according to my weary feet!). There definitely were...

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