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British Innovation Drives Demand for UK Security in Asia

August 28, 2014

british innovation

Technological innovation within the UK’s security sector is driving demand for British-made technology among Asian buyers according to the BSIA.

Nice Systems: Debunking Voice Recognition Myths

August 26, 2014

Voice Recognition SND

The recent tragic news regarding James Foley has brought voice recognition into the media spotlight. So it’s time to set the record straight.

Unum Insurance Standardises Security Revolving Doors

August 22, 2014

unum insurance

Through a decades-long partnership with Boon Edam Inc., Unum Group has standardised its approach to building entrance security for its multiple locations across the United States.

Don’t Let Fear Put You Off Expanding Into New Export Markets

August 21, 2014

John Davies TDSi

A new export market can put a considerable pressure on a business in its early stages and shouldn’t be considered as a way of fixing a failing business.

Interactive Motion Simplifies Neurorehabilitation Robots Worldwide

August 18, 2014

Neurorehabilitation robots

Opengear aiding scientists’ work with stroke patients by providing instant out-of-band access to dispersed robots.

LAX Extends Incident Management to Field Operations with NICE

August 15, 2014

nice solutions

NICE Systems and AECOM Technology Corporation today announced that they are helping Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) extend its situation management capabilities from the control room to the field.

FAAST Aspiration System Goes Nuclear

August 13, 2014


Honeywell’s FAAST is the first aspiration detection system to be approved by one of Europe’s leading nuclear power plant (NPP) operators for installation in their facilities’ most demanding locations, the reactor building.

Ebola – West Africa – A Global BioSecurity Risk

August 12, 2014


According to Dr. Tom Frieden, the director of the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the world is currently facing “The biggest and most complex Ebola outbreak in history,” with at least four countries …

Increase in petro-piracy attacks leaving oil tankers vulnerable

August 8, 2014

MAS Team

A black market for fuel in West Africa & South East Asia has led to a spate of piracy attacks, prompting the IMB to issue a warning to all ships.

Two rape victims sue American university over claims of security failures

August 7, 2014

Savannah State University police_truck

Two women who were raped on an American university campus have filed lawsuits claiming that the university failed in its duty to provide adequate security.