Airport | Aviation Security
Blake Smith, technical account manager for Gallagher's U.S. security division has received General Services Administration (GSA) approved accreditation for Identity, Credential, and Access Management for Physical Access Control Systems (ICAM PACS) with the Smart Card Alliance.
Gallagher, a provider of integrated access control, intruder alarms management, and perimeter protection technology, is on the U.S. government's Approved Product Listing for its comprehensive security platform.
STANLEY Security donates part of proceeds from distribution product purchases to Wounded Warrior Project
Indianapolis, IN-based STANLEY Security, a provider of access control and integrated security solutions, has announced that it will donate a portion of all qualifying proceeds from purchases of BEST, PRECISION and STANLEY Commercial Hardware to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), effective now through December 28.
In a study on the prevalence of drug use by pilots who died in crashes, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) found an upward trend in the use of both potentially impairing medications and illicit drugs. Almost all of the crashes – 96 percent – were in general aviation.
Chicago, IL-based Protection 1, a U.S. full-service business and home security company, has announced that its national account manager, Andy Patrick, will host an educational session entitled Applied Threat Assessment and Protective Intelligence on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 from 1:45 pm to 3:00 pm at the ASIS conference to be held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has expanded its popular TSA Pre✓ program to Bishop International Airport (FNT). Passengers traveling on American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines may now receive expedited screening benefits at the TSA security checkpoint.
ShotSpotter SiteSecure extends gunfire detection and analysis to transportation hubs and electric substations
SST, Inc., the maker of ShotSpotter Flex, a global provider of gunfire detection and analysis, today extended its proven technology and service offerings with the launch of ShotSpotter SiteSecure for Critical Infrastructure, created to meet the unique protection needs of large, strategic, critical facilities.
Senstar will be unveiling perimeter surveillance robot that is ideal for airports, seaports, military bases
RoboGuard is an agile surveillance robot that travels on a monorail, constantly patrolling along a secured perimeter to ensure the integrity of the fence. It can promptly respond to a suspected intrusion detected by one of Senstar’s innovative perimeter intrusion detection system (PIDS) sensors. A complete system consists of autonomous robots, each covering up to 1 km (0.6 mi) and docking stations every 1 to 2 km (0.6 to 1.2 mi) that provide two adjacent robots with replacement batteries, spare battery recharging and Wi-Fi communication.
Hikvision USA, North America’s leading manufacturer of award-winning video surveillance products and solutions, is thrilled to announce that its 3MP 360 Fisheye Camera has been declared New Product of the Year by Security Products magazine in the IP Camera Wide Dynamic Range category. This honor attests to Hikvision’s unparalleled dedication to research and development of cutting-edge technology.
More than 20,000 security professionals from 80 countries are expected to attend the ASIS International (ASIS) 2014 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits taking place 29 Sept.-02 Oct. at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. The conference will also include the colocated (ISC)² Security Congress 2014, and will provide offerings ranging from educational and general sessions to keynote addresses, and from educational roundtables to an exhibit hall featuring more than 600 companies.
With rising curiosity surrounding the use of drones, Americans are fearful of the dangers that may be created by these unmanned aerial vehicles, according to a study conducted for the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
Close to three-fourths (73%) of survey respondents are concerned that drones could damage property by crashing into a house. Fifty-five percent said drones could injure people by poking out an eye or cutting a finger.