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2nd September 2020 Issue no. 523
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Hanwha Techwin introduces Social Distance Measuring application
Hanwha Techwin has launched AI deep learning based video analytics Social Distance Measuring application which, in a COVID-19 affected world, helps businesses to implement their social distancing policies.
SMARTair from Mul-T-Lock opens the door to convenient and cost effective check-ins
CDVI launches Automatic Mask Detection solution
Why Gymkana is the ultimate solution for auto locksmiths!
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This Week's News
The true importance of door hardware selection
As the role of door hardware expands and fire safety continues to make the headlines, Karen Trigg of Allegion UK outlines the importance of hardware selection and reminds decision makers of how routine checks can save lives.
Door hardware is more than just a cosmetic consideration. In fact, it plays a role in the operational integrity of a building, and more crucially, is a key element of a facility's fire safety and security.
Oncam introduces C-Series, compact and powerful 360-degree camera line
Oncam, the provider of premium 360-degree video capture technologies, has launched the powerful and compact C-Series and the first two cameras of this line, the C-12 Indoor and the C-12 Outdoor Plus, both featuring a 12MP sensor and powered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Magenta funds education for 25th child in 25th year
To coincide with their 25th year of business, Magenta Security has announced the support of its 25th vulnerable child.
Adding sophistication to its KitLock by Codelocks range
Digital lock innovator Codelocks continues to provide smarter access for everyone with the introduction of the stylish and versatile KL1100 RFID lock to its KitLock by Codelocks range.
The new KL1100 RFID is a smart card operated lock designed for both public and private lockers. Users can simply lock and unlock the KL1100 RFID at the touch of a card.
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MPs accuse government of privacy failings
On the news that a cross-party group of more than 20 MPs has accused the UK's privacy watchdog of failing to hold the government to account for its failures in the NHS test-and-trace programme and are demanding the government change the programme, Toni Vitale, Head of Data Protection at JMW Solicitors LLP, says:
Survey shows higher education ready to move from legacy access control systems and embrace new technology
Wisenet video surveillance protect e-BikePort charging stations