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5th December 2018 Issue no. 436
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Hanwha Techwin introduces Wisenet Q Flateye IR dome cameras for humid environments
The main feature of the new H.265 domes, which are part of the Wisenet Q series, is that they each have a flat surface cover which is applied to the front of the lens instead of the dome cover.
Natural forces - whether that's storms from the sea, burning sun, biting frost or desert sand and dust - subject high security installations in a range of sectors to extreme stress.
IPercom with CallMe; answer your video entry calls from anywhere
* Only one Internet connection is required for the whole building
For new-build apartment blocks, IPercom by Urmet provides a cost-effective solution to an increasingly common request from residents: to be able to receive video entry calls on their smartphone or tablet, in addition to retaining a traditional fixed station in their apartment.
Lock into the fantastic Kasp Hasp & Staples range
Designed to complement its range of high quality padlocks, Kasp offers an unrivalled range of hasps and staples, all manufactured to Kasp exacting standards and available in three handy security levels - low, medium and high - plus a 10 year guarantee against defects.
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This Week's News
Bid to make Sheffield's concrete security blocks 'more festive'
Sheffield City Council installed large grey bollards outside the town hall and Pinstone Street as "additional security" over the Christmas period. The barriers have been criticised for lacking Christmas cheer, so the authority has invited people to make them look "more festive."
Councillor Jim Steinke said it was a "sad state of affairs" that the blocks were needed. He added: "If we have to then we may as well jazz them up a bit. We can have another unveiling, sort of like the Christmas lights."Full Story
GWS develop e-learning for Chubb
GWS Production AB (GWS) in Lund have signed an agreement with the insurance giant Chubb INA Holdings Inc for a Travel Risk e-learning solution designed for users of the Chubb Travel Smart app and security portal, developed by GWS.
The e-learning solution will be integrated within the Chubb Travel Smart mobile app and consists of twelve travel risk focused modules.
Oncam introduces explosive environment camera range
Oncam, a leading provider of 360-degree video capture and business intelligence technology, announced today the release of its new ExD Explosive Environment camera range, the only 360-degree single-sensor camera with an explosion protected housing.
The range is designed to safeguard environments in markets such as oil and gas production and refineries, power and utilities, wastewater treatment, grain handling and storage, and other hazardous materials facilities.
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Open your 3D advent calendar doors!
This year 3D Group have something to reward their loyal customers! The 3D Advent Calendar will add great offers every day up until the 25th!. Open your 3D advent calendar doors at adventcalendar and discover how much you could save on many different products like transponders, remotes, machines and tools. Once revealed, all the deals last until the 1st of January, so don’t miss out and treat yourself this festive season.
ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions secures first partners for CLIQ Go
Cyber security training in London 2019
* Distinguish yourself as an information security leader by preparing for your GIAC Certification.
So many very good locksmiths are struggling today with cheap competitors doing substandard work with substandard materials. And then the host of "national" companies with 50 phone numbers. Lockdecoders, right from the start, has concentrated on development of specialised equipment for auto locksmiths. That is the field where fly-by-nights have problems to function.
The firm is now offering a package for established domestic locksmiths to move successfully into auto work. With other reputable suppliers in the field and our friends at Kennet Leasing we have put together a mighty package of key-cutting, transponder cloning and key programming tools which can be leased over 5 years for just £16 per working day so you don't need to use up your working capital. Not hard to make a profit out of that!
SBN advocates use of private security firms to support police