BT Redcare gives installers chance to tickets to shows at iconic venues

BT Redcare is giving its installers the chance to win tickets to top events at iconic venues around the UK. Installers registering Classic and GSM installations between now and 31 March 2018 can be entered into a monthly draw, from which two winners will receive tickets to events at the O2, Wembley, Liverpool Echo Arena, Twickenham and more. BT Redcare is also offering alarm receiving centres discounts on its products throughout the same period.

For the next six months the company has slashed the price on its Classic and GSM products. Contact your ARC to find out more. Register your Classic and GSM installations here. Terms and conditions apply. BT Redcare says you can direct any queries to your account manager or by email to [email protected] Free Download: The key to mitigating cybersecurity risks Exploiting IoT technology without creating cybersecurity vulnerabilities is one of the defining challenges in today s security landscape. This report will help you to see why third parties should adhere to secure by design principles and why the necessary convergence of IT and security departments demands a holistic approach .

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JPH-JMIR Public Health and Surveillance

JMIR Public Health & Surveillance (JPHS, Editor-in-chief: Travis Sanchez, Emory University/Rollins School of Public Health) is a PubMed-indexed, peer-reviewed sister journal of the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), the top cited journal in health informatics (Impact Factor 2016: 5.1751). JPH is a multidisciplinary journal with a unique focus on the intersection of innovation and technology in public health, and includes topics like health communication, public health informatics, surveillance, participatory epidemiology, infodemiology and infoveillance, digital disease detection, digital public health interventions, mass media/social media campaigns, and emerging population health analysis systems and tools. We publish regular articles, reviews, protocols/system descriptions and viewpoint papers on all aspects of public health, with a focus on innovation and technology in public health. Apart from publishing traditional public health research and viewpoint papers as well as reports from traditional surveillance systems, JPH was one of the first (if not the only) peer-reviewed journal which publishes papers with surveillance or pharmacovigilance data from non-traditional, unstructured big data and text sources such as social media and the Internet (infoveillance2, digital disease detection), or reports on novel participatory epidemiology projects, where observations are solicited from the public.

Among other innovations, JPH is also dedicated to support rapid open data sharing and rapid open access to surveillance and outbreak data. As one of the novel features we plan to publish rapid or even real-time surveillance reports and open data. The methods and description of the surveillance system may be peer-reviewed and published only once in detail, in a “baseline report” (in a JMIR Res Protoc or a JMIR Public Health & Surveill paper), and authors then have the possibility to publish data and reports in frequent intervals rapidly and with only minimal additional peer-review (we call this article type “Rapid Surveillance Reports”). JMIR Publications may even work with authors/researchers and developers of selected surveillance systems on APIs for semi-automated reports (e.g. weekly reports to be automatically published in JPHS and indexed in PubMed, based on data-feeds from surveillance systems and minmal narratives and abstracts). Furthermore, duing epidemics and public health emergencies, submissions with critical data will be processed with expedited peer-review to enable publication within days or even in real-time.

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Dahua Technology UK and Ireland announces interactive technology showcase

security event Dahua Technology UK and Ireland will showcase its full range of surveillance technology at several events taking place during October and November. The Technology Showcase will feature interactive demonstrations of artificial intelligence-powered software, thermal hybrid technology, Starlight low-light cameras, video analytics and 4K CVI, among other things, across eight zones . Dahua says the event is targeted at installation and maintenance engineers, systems integrators and consultants who want to keep abreast of the latest innovations in electronic security.

The Technology Showcase events are staged in a new, highly interactive format that differs considerably from your average security roadshow, said Ben Perkins, head of operations at Dahua UK and Ireland. Participants will be able to gain valuable knowledge in a relaxed but stimulating setting, and will also have the chance to win some great Dahua products in our prize giveaway. Attendees can enjoy hands-on demos of the following products and innovations: Starlight night-time IP cameras IP video door entry solutions Thermal cameras including hybrid camera technology for enhanced image definition A range of intelligent video analytics functions Artificial intelligence and deep learning 4K HDCVI co-axial transmission and XVR technology Transmission methods including ePoE and Wi-Fi Software (apps, tools and video management systems) Attendees will get the chance to win a Mini Thermal Hybrid Bullet Camera. Worth 1,125 the camera supports HD image overlay, which combines thermal and full HD images to produce an enhanced 1080p thermal video stream. The showcase will take place in Maidenhead, Manchester, Birmingham and Scotland in October and November 2017. The events will run from 9.30am and 4pm, but are advised that they put aside 1.5 hours if they wish to tour all eight zones. Places are limited, so pre-register here to guarantee a place. Free download: The video surveillance report 2017 Sponsored by IDIS The Video Surveillance Report 2017 covers all things video surveillance based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals. Specifically looking at topics such as open platforms, 4K, low-light cameras, video analytics, warranties and this year due to the growing threat posed, the cybersecurity landscape.

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Deep-learning algorithms, biometric passports and anti-drone technology helping to drive airport revolution

Smart airports The global market for smart airports is growing at 10.7% CAGR, according to a report by Grand View Research. Defined by the deployment of digital, automated and connected airport processes, smart airports are projected to be worth $25bn by 2025. Self-service check-ins, smart baggage drops and smart luggage tracking are three of the most common smart services being deployed in airports around the world.

Many smart innovations are emerging in the field at the top of the industry s priorities: security. Electronic bag tags are becoming more popular among passengers, for instance. Automated PSIM systems, meanwhile, analyse video surveillance footage to identify suspicious events such as unattended bags and enhance the efficiency of data analysis through deep-learning algorithms. And with drones a growing worry, aviation authorities are trialling a range of anti-drone technology. Software can spot and verify security problems more quickly than human staff, reducing the risk of airport closures that can cost tens of thousands of pounds per minute The traditional passport is giving way to smart passports equipped with computer chips for rapid identity verification, while biometric screening, using iris, fingerprint and facial readers, is on the rise. In what is believed to be a first for a UK airport, a remote monitoring system based on high definition video cameras is to replace the physical control tower at London City Airport. The cameras will combine to provide a full 360-degree view of the airfield. embedded content Operational efficiency While security is an overwhelming priority for airports given the terror threat, many security innovations have the added benefit of boosting operational efficiency too. Automated video analytics software can spot problems or identify false alarms more quickly than human-based monitoring, reducing the risk of airport closures that can cost tens of thousands of pounds per minute.

Patterns in the movement of passengers through the airport can be identified to generate insights that help authorities open or close check-in desks in order to manage bottlenecks. ThruVis, a thermal camera that detects both metallic and non-metallic objects concealed under clothing such as weapons or drugs, can speed up passenger screening. Developed by Digital Barriers, the cameras managed to screen 50 people every three minutes at a recent music event in London. Passengers can access real-time information on their phones about gate numbers, arrival time, check-in desks and flight bookings. Bluetooth-enabled beacons are being widely installed to provide connected airport solutions such as indoor way-finding and nearby promotional offers, based on passengers spending and usage habits. Out on the runway, aircraft can be geo-located and coordinated using real-time landing information. In the US and other developed markets, automated parking facilities which make use of ANPR systems, are becoming more widespread.

Strengthened by surging passenger numbers, Asia-Pacific will emerge as the fastest-growing region over the forecast period.

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Relive IFSEC 2017: Watch the highlights across three days at London ExCeL

VIDEO We ve compressed hours of footage into a few minutes of highlights from IFSEC International 2017. Filmed on the show floor over three busy, eventful days at ExCeL London, this video features interviews with top industry figures and cutting-edge innovations in video surveillance, drones, intruder detection and more. embedded content Free download: The video surveillance report 2017 Sponsored by IDIS The Video Surveillance Report 2017 covers all things video surveillance based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals.

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Video: Genetec, Pelco, CSL, AxxonSoft and Promise take the 30 second challenge

30 Second Challenge As is becoming an IFSEC Global tradition, we challenged security technology vendors at IFSEC 2017 to pitch their products to the camera in just 30 seconds. In the videos below Genetec, Pelco, CSL Dualcom, Axxonsoft and Promise Technology each deliver a short, sharp summary of their latest product innovations. Genetec embedded content Pelco by Schneider Electric embedded content CSL DualCom embedded content AxxonSoft embedded content Promise Technology embedded content Leave a Reply Be the First to Comment!

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