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Biometrics shift in UK security highlights privacy concerns
Simon Alderson, of First Response Group, addresses privacy and security concerns emerging from the shift from CCTV to biometric technologies for surveillance.
SAPEON launches X330 AI semiconductor for enhanced data centre performance
SAPEON unveils the X330 AI semiconductor, improving data centre performance and enabling AI NPUs for high-powered edge devices.
Motorola Solutions acquires Rave Mobile Safety
Motorola Solutions acquires Rave Mobile Safety to enhance mass notification and incident management capabilities in emergencies.
Exclusive: Vertel provides businesses with enhanced network solutions
British businesses and governments are turning to Vertel for critical network services to ensure uninterrupted communication in a fast-paced world.
Retailers need to embrace AI to better service customers
New research has uncovered new ways for retailers to use artificial intelligence in concert with in-store cameras to better service consumer behaviour.
Australian Sentinel helps Transdev with Cradlepoint 5G trial
Transdev Sydney Ferries completes successful trial using Cradlepoint 5G in-vehicle technology for improved connectivity.
Check Point and CCTV expert join forces to boost protection
The partnership will involve Check Point Quantum IoT Protect Nano Agent being embedded in Provision-ISR’s CCTV cameras for on-device runtime protection.
Review prompts police to halt plans to use facial recognition technology
Police are pressing pause for now on using facial recognition technology to identify people off live camera feeds, but will still use it on stored footage.
Eden Park has now joined the SaferCities CCTV network
Eden Park joins SaferCities' vGRID CCTV network, allowing police and emergency services a live link to major events at New Zealand's national stadium.
Kiwi Smart City projects win big in IDC Awards
New Zealand initiatives won three categories in the IDC Smart City APAC Awards – Civic Engagement, Education, and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Dimension Data and Cisco take anti-poaching tech into Africa
Rhino saving tech by Cisco & Dimension Data expands to Zambia, Kenya & Mozambique to thwart poaching.
Connectivity and the city: Monitoring on the world stage
For just this reason, all eyes (and CCTV cameras) are about to be on the city of the Gold Coast in Queensland for the Commonwealth Games.
Ingram Micro Australia has eyes on CCTV market with Dahua deal
Ingram Micro is distributing Dahua in a deal it says enables resellers to offer end-to-end security solutions without needing in-house specialists.
Speedcast expands portfolio with two new system integration contracts
Speedcast has been named the telecoms systems integrator in both contracts, responsible for all telecommunications components.
Hills revenue declines as company becomes 'solely' technology VAD
Hills saw its revenue slip for H1 of FY17, with the company saying it is now ‘solely focused on the value added distribution of tech and services.
Australian C-Suite execs not interested in security, survey finds
A third of Aussie organisations have suffered a security breach in the past 12 months, with a lack of interest from CEOs named the biggest challenge.
NEC NZ ups local smart city focus
NEC New Zealand showcased its smart city suite of offerings to central and local government leaders in Wellington last week.
Security concerns boosting CCTV interest
Security concerns have resulted in increased demand for technically advanced surveillance systems, creating huge growth opportunities.
Avaya inks Aussie Treasury deal
Avaya's tech transforms Aussie Treasury, bolstering policy production and revamping economic agency networks.
Aussie Police implement facial recognition software
NT Police harness NEC's cutting-edge facial recognition tech to bolster crime-fighting efforts and enhance public safety.
Is Facebook the new Neighbourhood Watch?
Facebook is becoming the modern Neighbourhood Watch, with viral videos and photos aiding in crime-solving, despite police concerns.
Big brother gets crowd-sourced
A new UK website called InternetEyes has launched which encourages online snoopers to watch streaming CCTV footage and, if they witness a crime, pays them to report it.
Signature Security Ramps up Home and Business Security in New Zealand
New security solutions help eliminate false alarms, save cost and inconvenience, and ensure failsafe monitoring for any business or home.