Editor's Choice

BMW SA develops intelligent Risk Control Centre
June 2015, Security Services & Risk Management
The BMW plant in Rosslyn is responsible for building the luxurious BMW 3-Series sedans for sale in South Africa and abroad. The security division of BMW SA is responsible for ensuring the security of the property as well as its associates.

Image stabilisation – improving camera usability
June 2015, Axis Communications SA, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Increasing pixel density, higher resolution and more powerful zooms have not only made cameras more sensitive to vibrations, but have also made viewers more susceptible and prone to noticing them.

No effect at all
June 2015, Technews Publishing, News
There has been an enormous amount of discomfort in the South African security industry lately after the Private Security Industry Regulation Amendment Act had the 51% clause sneaked into it – who would ...

Keeping track of costs with technology
May 2015, Asset Management, EAS, RFID
Technology is becoming increasingly important in the driving down of losses within organisations and keeping track of security guards. Hi-Tech Security Solutions discusses two products that are diverse in application but lead to increased control and management.

RFID expands its security credentials
May 2015, Asset Management, EAS, RFID, News, Integrated Solutions, Security Services & Risk Management
Many people believe RFID is a limited technology with its best days behind it. Swift is a South African company that has developed a host of innovative solutions integrating RFID, specifically Active RFID and sensor technologies.

Balancing technology and manpower
April 2015, Security by Industry Sector
Securing large buildings and premises can be a logistical nightmare. Hi-Tech Security Solutions spoke to a property management company and a supplier about the critical balance between technology and guarding manpower in this sector.

CCTV data as information
April 2015, Leaderware, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Automated recognition of video features is still limited in scope and application and I have seen no system capable of genuine automated metadata analysis for real-world applications.


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