Apollo Test Set Now Available

Apollo Fire Detectors is launching the Apollo Test Set, a portable testing device designed to help commissioning and system maintenance engineers in the field. The Apollo Test Set helps engineers guarantee the correct loop configuration is in place before an active control panel is installed. Engineers will also be able to test the diagnostics and integrity of the loop, to discover earth faults and other system weaknesses. The Test Set works on all of the Apollo analogue addressable protocols – XP95, Discovery and CoreProtocol®. Users will find the touch-screen interface…

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Dahua Dual-Biometric Identification Time Attendance Terminals

Dahua Technology Co., Ltd., has recently launched its new time attendance terminals – the DHI-ASA4214F and DHI-ASA6214F. These highly intelligent devices will support both face and fingerprint identification for access control and time attendance in office scenarios, enabling easy staff management and security control. Quick, safe, and accurate dual biometric identification Fingerprint or face identification devices are commonly seen in today’s workplace, but Dahua’s attendance terminals offer dual-biometric identification integrated into a single device. Embedded with advanced infrared face recognition algorithms, these new time attendance terminals further improve on poor…

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Port of Guaymas Selects Avigilon Solutions

Avigilon Corporation, a Motorola Solutions company has been selected to enhance security for the Port Authority of Guaymas, Administración Portuaria Integral (API) de Guaymas, in north-western Mexico. As one of Mexico’s busiest and most strategically located freight ports, API Guaymas imports and exports nearly 6 million metric tons of cargo to and from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas each year. To strengthen safety and comply with government regulations, the port, in partnership with telecommunications solutions company, Global VoIP de Mexico S.A. de C.V., installed a complete Avigilon security solution…

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Westpac New Zealand uses state-of-the-art Video Surveillance System

Security has come a long way in the banking business. At one time, for example, Westpac New Zealand supplied firearms to employees and had a gun range in the basement of one of its branches to train staff in marksmanship. It was only in 1975 that firearms were removed from the branches and the gun range deemed redundant. Today, Westpac New Zealand relies on a state-of-the-art video surveillance system from March Networks to protect its customers, employees and assets. Part of the Australian-based Westpac Group, Westpac New Zealand is the…

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