Mining integration 1 June 2015, Tyco Security Products Martin van der Westhuizen, business development manager at Tyco Integrated Fire & Security comments on the value of integrated security solutions on mines.
Surveillance management for mining 1 June 2015, Cathexis Technologies From small incidents of theft to sophisticated illegal mining syndicates and even the threat of violence during labour unrest. The local mining sector requires a strategic, well implemented and seamlessly integrated risk management plan.
Mine tightens security with Johnson Controls 1 June 2015, Johnson Controls One of the world’s largest producers of platinum group metals has worked with Johnson Controls to develop, pilot and implement Johnson Controls’ P2000 X-ray software control integration.
Using intelligent imaging systems for mine security and safety June 2014, Protoclea Advanced Image Engineering Traditional surveillance monitors small areas, but in order to practice effective prevention one needs as much time as possible to warn for possible dangers. A new wide area scanning system has been developed capable of monitoring large areas.
Increased reliability at decreased cost June 2014, Security & Communication Warehouse The big challenge for the mining industry has always been to balance cost, reliability, and because of the long distances often involved, range.
Security, as strong as granite August 2013, MiRO Distribution, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring Partnering with distribution house Miro, Granite Security has installed seven Vivotek IP Dome cameras, with an additional 29 still to be fitted, linking the feeds from these to 24x7 monitoring in its central control room.
Undermining crime June 2013, Leaderware, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
The mining industry is acknowledged to be one of the toughest in the world. Add to this fact that it deals with some of the most precious items known to man, and an unrelenting physical environment ...
Crisis response capability for mines June 2013, Security Services & Risk Management The wave of recent violent strikes that has recently hit the South African mining industry demonstrates the need for experienced teams to manage unusual, high-profile and complex events. In response to ...
Miro 1 June 2013, MiRO Distribution, News Visit Miro, a distributor of wireless IP video technology in Hall 2, Stand I01 at Gallagher Estate where it will be showcasing products from its Vivotek, QNAP, Radwin, Linkra and Ubiquiti product ranges. ...
Process and technology combined CCTV Handbook 2013, GoThermal (TeleEye), CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring HSS asked Philip Smerkovitz, MD of TeleEye (South Africa) if CCTV as a service works and what the end user needs to know before making the move to remote surveillance?
Copper theft on SA's mines February 2013, News An overview representing the views and experience of Dolf Scheepers, MD of Thorburn Security Solutions (Northern Region) on copper theft on South African mines. These are not necessarily the official views of Thorburn Security Solutions.
The fire protection engineering industry in 2012 1 January 2013, Alien Systems & Technologies, Fire & Safety The fire protection engineering industry predominantly services the mining industry and the forward integrated industrial manufacturing industries and therefore is heavily exposed to it.
Biometric myth busting Access & Identity Management Handbook 2013, Access Control & Identity Management Biometrics may now be commonplace in the South African workplace, but do you really know enough about them? There is still a big gap between perception and reality.