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AI in video surveillance to form focus of Hikvision stand at IFSEC 2017

IFSEC 2017 Video surveillance giant Hikvision will be exhibiting its latest technology at IFSEC International 2017. The theme of the company s stand (E800) will be on pioneering artificial intelligence technology for video surveillance. The stand will feature the new Turbo 4.0 series, H.265+ codec and thermal cameras, among other innovations.

Visitors will get to see new advances in surveillance technology, including a new product and set of technologies emerging from the deep learning trend within the wider IT industry. Hikvision is taking part in the IFSEC conference. Andy Coles, Hikvision s key account manager for the UK & Ireland, will join other industry figures on a panel discussion about the future of video surveillance, touching on artificial intelligence or deep learning and its use in vertical markets, and the importance of security ecosystems. Large events like IFSEC are important to us because they give us the chance to connect with our partners and customers. It s also great to see what the industry as a whole is doing and to be part of its development into the future, says Coles. A Hikvision installer recently won a major retail contract in East London. Gallions Reach Shopping Park in Newham needed an upgrade for its dated and unreliable CCTV system. Impressed by installers Pacific Security the shopping centre opted for Turbo analogue equipment from the world s largest surveillance brand by sales volume. We used a Hikvision DS-6900UDI decoder to provide HD 1080p images to two 42-inch and four 22-inch monitors, said William Mesher of Pacific Security.

The operators are equipped with DS-1600KI touchscreen network keyboards, which allow them to view and manipulate images easily and intuitively. We ve found that they are ideal for simplifying the operator s tasks, and are able to be connected wirelessly if required. Find out more about this case study. IFSEC International takes place between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL. You can find Hikvision Europe on stand E800. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s only large-scale security event in 2017 Taking place in London, 20 22 June 2017, IFSEC International gives you exclusive hands-on access to over 10,000 security solutions, live product demonstrations, and networking with over 27,000 security professionals.

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Manything to integrate video monitoring app with Hikvision R6 platform

IFSEC 2017 Manything has been working with Hikvision to integrate its software with Hikvision R6 platform IP cameras in time for launch at IFSEC 2017. Manything provides an instant cloud for network cameras, so users can watch live feeds, access stored footage from the cloud and remotely control cameras from the Manything app or web viewer. Manything provides a brilliant cloud storage solution which can work alongside the Hikvision NVR for additional back up, said Jason Yang, Hikvision UK general manager.

Manything is also integrating its software with Axis cameras, which will launch later this year. No port-forwarding Manything automatically discovers compatible cameras on the network. One tap of the app adds Manything software to the camera in a set-up process that takes a few minutes, with no port-forwarding or router configuration. Network cameras running the Manything software are non-discoverable and have UPnP and NAT disabled. The camera password is encrypted and is not transmitted outside the local network. The Manything app is optimised to work in poor network conditions so if uplink is weak the app will adjust the recording specifications to ensure motion is still captured. Recorded events are saved in the cloud. Manything can replace the need for an NVR/DVR or work alongside these devices for additional back up. Depending on the subscription plan, footage stored in the cloud is accessible for varying amounts of time.

Manything is seeking partners to resell its cloud service for network cameras. For national distributors, in some cases Manything will offer a white label version of the app and web viewer. Installers linked to the distributor can upload their branding and contact details so their end users see installer/distributor co-branding when they use the app. Distributors will also have a branded web portal (or its API) to manage installer and end user accounts. Regional installers who resell directly from Manything can upload their branding and contact details into the existing Manything app so their end users see installer/Manything co-branding. They ll also have access to the Manything web portal to manage end user accounts. Visit Europe s only large-scale security event in 2017 Taking place in London, 20 22 June 2017, IFSEC International gives you exclusive hands-on access to over 10,000 security solutions, live product demonstrations, and networking with over 27,000 security professionals.

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The SIA door supervisor training course is a four days training. The training allows you to apply for an SIA license in order to work in the security industry as a door supervisor. The training is provided at various venues in London. The course timings for the course are from 09:30 am to 6:30 pm.


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The SIA CCTV Training course is a three days training. The training allows you to apply for an SIA license in order to work in the security industry as a CCTV operator. The training is provided at various venues in London and Birmingham.


If you wish to work in the construction industry you would be required to apply for a CSCS green card. You need the health and safety Level 1 qualification then you need to clear your online CITB exam. Once both have been done then you can apply for your CSCS card.


General information about Close Protection Qualification

  • Guided learning hours 140
  • Credit value 16
  • Days: 13 days
  • Close Protection 880

London: 75 Birmingham: 75

After 1st January 2015 the qualification has significantly changed, now it is a two days course. This qualification is required for those door supervisors who already have an SIA license and they wish to renew their SIA Door supervisor license.


We offer the cheapest quality training for first aid training courses across London at your or our venues. These courses are QCF qualification at level 2 and level 3.


The Fire Marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for 65 if you book it online or on the tel. It s a half day training courses which end with a certification. The Traffic marshal training course n London and our east or west London center are only for 65 if you book it online or on the tel.

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The security guard training is three days intensive training course at the end of which you shall be examined and would be required to take three exams. Generally, learners do not opt for the training and prefer the door supervisor training.

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9- 12 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?CCTV Operator OnlyCCTV Control Rooms for Banks, Buildings etc Security Guard 8- 9 Per HourWhat Jobs Can I Do?Retail Security Officer.Corporate Security Officer, Banks, Buildings.

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Axis Communications opens new Experience Centre as it celebrates 20 years at the top

Video surveillance During a launch event Axis partners met with the senior management team and were invited to explore how the new centre in Luton, just outside London, operates. The event also coincided with the company s 20th anniversary. Martin Gren, co-founder of Axis Communications, opened the centre, along with Bodil Sonesson, the company s vice president of global sales.

Atul Rajput, regional director, Northern Europe led the toast. Rajput, who was one of the company s first employees, thanked partners for their collaboration over the last two decades. The Experience Centre takes end-users on a two-hour tour where they can experience Axis systems in different environments that simulate real issues. The tour is designed for small groups of people to allow in-depth discussion of challenges end-users might be facing. In the tour the Axis Camera Application Platform (ACAP) allows partners to solve specific customer problems by downloading third-party applications to Axis IP cameras and encoders. Typical problems include queue management, people counting and intrusion detection. The systems are all interactive. On passing through a gateway, an audio alert notifies participants that they are trespassing for example. In the most immersive part of the experience a dark room simulates challenging lighting conditions so that on leaving the room, participants are shown how Axis WDR cameras capture detailed images despite these conditions.

Other highlights include the networking centre, demonstrating Axis hardware and third-party switches, as well as the video management software control room, which uses a new user interface and can be integrated with access control and intercoms. Throughout the tour the emphasis is on applications, not simply products. End users and installers are encouraged to discuss security-related challenges they face, and explore how Axis technology could help resolve these.

Fact or fiction?

Separating fire-safety myths from reality

When it comes to fire safety, it is important to separate fact from fiction. In this article we put some common myths to rest, as well as examining whether some notorious claims are in fact true or not. Fire alarms sound before a fire actually starts.

Fiction. Unless the fire alarm in question has developed a sixth sense, it will not be activated until a fire starts. However, modern fire alarms will usually detect a fire when it is still in the very early stages, if they have been fitted correctly and confirm to full fire regulations. There are different types of fire, or smoke, alarms available ranging from ionisation alarms (which tend to be cheaper and are sensitive to small particles of smoke) to heat alarms, which measure the temperature of their surroundings. The type of alarm you have will depend on where it is installed. A heat alarm is a great option for a kitchen, for example, as they are insensitive to smoke, whereas smoke sensitive alarms are likely to be set off more frequently by cooking. As long as my home or business is fitted with the necessary alarms and fire extinguishers, I am safe. Fiction. Yes it is essential that a home or business is fitted with the necessary fire equipment such as alarms or extinguishers.

However, it is also important to maintain these properly and to know how to use them in the event of a fire. If you have fire extinguishers on your premises, they need to be appropriate for their use what type will depend on what is in the building. If they would need to be used in an area heavy with electrical equipment such as a server room, for example, a CO2 fire extinguisher would be the best option. It is also important to make sure they are located in easy to reach areas, and that there is someone on the premises at all times who knows how to operate them. Alarms, whether at home or on business premises, must be regularly tested to ensure they are in full working order. This may involve regular fire drills, checking the batteries and assessing their location as your home or business expands. Photo: YomYomF.com Staff with fire-drill responsibilities in businesses and public places often use code words to notify staff of a fire. Fact. This one is usually true.

While it isn t compulsory for a business, or large place, to employ a code word to notify their staff of a fire, the use of one prevents panic spreading if there are a lot of other people around. One well-known example is the code Mr Sands or Inspector Sands , which is often used by businesses ranging from theatres to public transport authorities, including the London Underground. Several people report having heard an announcement summoning the elusive Inspector Sands to an area of the station, before being evacuated or hearing the announcement of a fire drill shortly afterwards. Although often talked about, the use of the code word still ensures a calmer atmosphere than announcing to the public there may be a fire, and ensures that staff on the premises can safely evacuate anyone present and deal with the matter calmly and quickly. Fire extinguishers will last until they are used. Fiction. Fire extinguishers, even if not used, will become less effective over time and will need to be replaced at intervals. There is no specific time frame for this as it depends on the type of extinguishes, but most manufacturers will suggest replacing them every 5 to 15 years, as well as keeping them in good working condition. Even if not used, if your fire extinguisher shows any damage to the hose or handle, or the locking pin is missing, it will need to be replaced immediately.

It should also be regularly checked for any leakage, or corrosion to the body of the extinguisher, and the pressure gauge should be monitored. If the pressure gauge drops, you need a new fire extinguisher. Fire extinguishers should always have a sticker on display that indicates when their most recent check was as well as a record of any maintenance carried out.

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Kentec to put intelligence and innovation in the spotlight at FIREX 2017

FIREX 2017 Kentec, a UK producer of firm alarm control panels, is going to be exhibiting at this year s Firex International exhibition, taking place on 20-22 June, at Excel London. During the show, Kentec, which can be found at stand number E125, will be highlighting its range of Europe and globally approved marine, analogue, conventional and extinguishing ranges of fire control panels. In addition to the Syncro and Sigma ranges, designed for a wide range of demanding applications, Kentec s UL-listed and FM approved elite analogue addressable fire control panels, Sigma A-XT releasing panel and UL-listed Sigma A-CP conventional panel, will also be on show.

There will also be live demonstrations of the new Taktis product range of fire alarm control equipment and the new Syncro XT+ addressable extinguishing panel. Check out Kentec s latest products in the flesh at FIREX International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stand E125. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals. From access control and video surveillance to smart buildings, cyber, border control and so much more. It is the perfect way to keep up to date, protect your business and enhance your career in the security industry.

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Up to 32,486 in the first year + excellent benefits Working in a prison isn t for everyone. But if you re one of the few with the right blend of qualities, it s a secure and very rewarding career.

Do you have what it takes? Firstly, you ll need great communication skills. You ll have to deal with all kinds of situations and your ability to listen well and make yourself clearly understood will be vital.

Self-confidence, personal integrity and emotional intelligence are also a must, along with plenty of discipline and physical stamina