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Latest issue of Security Solutions Magazine out now! Security Solutions Magazine is a leading security resource for business, government and the security industry. Through Security Solutions, readers enjoy access to information from leading experts on issues such as terrorism, operational security matters, technological developments, risk management and IT security as well as the latest news on security events. As a … [Read more...]

Lockwood Wireless Digital Deadbolt Review

We speak with Andrew Evans from Assa Abloy about the new Lockwood Wireless Digital Deadbolt and its applications in home security and automation.   … [Read more...]

Cognitec Face Recognition System Supports Macau Casino Security

Success story and live demonstration to be presented at World Game Protection Conference Macau/Las Vegas, February 8, 2016 — Cognitec’s highly specialized face recognition technology FaceVACS-VideoScan was selected to strengthen physical security measures in major Macau casinos by alerting security staff in real time about banned persons entering the premises. In partnership with Melco Crown Entertainment, Cognitec … [Read more...]

Hytera PD412 Digital Patrol Radio

The Hytera PD412 is a compact and rugged two-way digital patrol radio with an embedded RFID chip to enable it to read information from an RFID tag and send the information out by radio. The patrol software enables the user to run reports on individual IDs, the radio or on each checkpoint effectively turning the PD412 into a combination radio and attendance verification system. The PD412 features analog and DMR (Digital … [Read more...]

New Provision-ISR CCTV Range

Introducing the new rage of CCTV Cameras, network and digital video recorders from Israeli based CCTV manufacturers Provision ISR, one of the world's fastest growing CCTV brands in the world today. Distributed in Australia by Melbourne based company Centrevision, the exclusive Australian importer and distributor of Provision-ISR products, this new range of cameras and recorders has been designed as a boutique brand, … [Read more...]

Videofied Outdoor MotionViewer®

  The Videofied Outdoor MotionViewer® (OMV) is a battery-powered PIR motion sensor with an integrated video camera and infrared illuminators. It is designed to detect an intruder, instantaneously record a short video clip and transmit the video to the control panel. The panel then transmits the video alarm signal to the central station for immediate review and dispatch to police for priority response to a … [Read more...]

As the Premiere Distributor for Dahua in Australia, Seadan Security & Electronics announced today the list of VMS partners supporting Dahua IP Cameras has grown to 70+.

Ian Harris, OAM, said today “this is a significant milestone for Dahua and Seadan’s customers. It means that the Dahua IP cameras supplied by Seadan are able to be easily used with practically any VMS application.” Support for Dahua Network Video recorders is also available for selected models. He added,  “As the Premiere Distributor, Seadan introduced Dahua to Australian Integrators over 18 months ago with a National … [Read more...]

KC-2000 Falcon Eye

Unlike other low light cameras on the market today, the Falcon Eye KC-200 does not require IR illumination or an image intensifier unit. Instead, this unique camera is built using a new type of CMOS sensor which, when combined with advanced electronics and image controlling software, has resulted in a unique image capture system with a light sensitivity way beyond the capabilities of other night vision systems on the … [Read more...]

Secure your free entry to Total Facilities – Australia’s largest industry gathering for facilities and workplace professionals.

Registrations are now open to facilities and workplace management professionals to attend Total Facilities, Australia’s largest industry exhibition, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from Wednesday April 6 to Thursday April 7. Returning to Melbourne with an exciting new proposition, Total Facilities will provide the ultimate destination for professionals concerned with the built environment and … [Read more...]

New Mobile Surveillance Cameras Ensure Best First Response

By Nicholas Dynon, Imran Aziz and Matthew Naylor. Surveillance has perhaps been the most significant legacy of 9/11. The continuing threat posed by global terrorism has driven huge amounts of government investment into electronic surveillance, as well as both wide and targeted physical monitoring systems in cities. Digitised mobile camera surveillance in particular presents a powerful weapon in counterterrorism and law … [Read more...]

Teleste Takes VMS (Video Management System) To CMS (Content Management System)

For the best part of 10 years, manufacturers have used VMS (Video Management Systems) for the same purpose – to singularly manage analogue or IP video from cameras and display onto workstations or video walls. Teleste, with its flagship platform S-VMX, takes this to the next level and have applied the term CMS (Content Management System). By default, S-VMX can accommodate analogue cameras via the Teleste family of … [Read more...]

Morse Watchmans’ Open Architecture Opens the Door to Innovation

Newly Developed Software Brings Added Value to KeyWatcher® Key Control Systems One of the more challenging issues that end users and integrators have faced over the years is the problem of upgrading a physical security system without having to replace the existing system. To help address this obstacle, Morse Watchmans has developed their KeyWatcher® key control and management system with open architecture that … [Read more...]

The Power of Arrest

By Justin Lawrence. In legislation throughout Australia, the right of citizens to arrest and detain people in certain circumstances is enshrined. What we often forget, is that in most cases, these rights are the same rights available to security officers. What is meant by ‘in most cases’ is that, unless a security officer has been afforded some special powers such as the ability to enforce by-laws as a part of his or … [Read more...]

Farewell Security In Government

It is the end of an era in the Australian Security Industry as the Attorney-General’s Department today announced that the Security in Government Conference will no longer run. It has been announced that the Security in Government (SIG) conference, hosted by the Attorney-General’s Department in September 2015, was the final SIG conference. From 2016, the Department will be adopting an agile approach using smaller, … [Read more...]

Blast Modelling – Getting More Bang For Your Buck

By Don Williams. Security managers, and others, ask the quite legitimate question, “What would a bomb do to my building?” The answer can be provided by blast modelling. The problem is that explosive effects are particularly complex, being a combination of gas and hydro dynamics that create thermal increases, pressures, impulses and physical responses well outside the scope of normal structural engineering. This brief … [Read more...]

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