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Who goes there? 

Lee Herrington, UK Security Product Portfolio Manager for Siemens Building Technologies, looks at the latest developments in access control and their potential for helping to create smart building environments Many organisations are considering their existing processes and systems and looking ...

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High-rise tech

Leading-edge technology is helping overcome the challenges of keeping people safe and secure in high-rise office buildings says Mike George, Director and Founder MyTAG Thousands of people pour into and out of high-rise office buildings throughout the world each day, ...

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Keeping students safe at university

University campus buildings and student accommodation facilities are complex infrastructures. With so many security requirements, it can be difficult for facility managers to keep on top of them all and the challenges they impose. Andrew Shaw, Architectural Consultant for Allegion ...

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For your eyes only

Security technology such as body-worn cameras has privacy implications for those involved in public space surveillance. Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive of the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), explains The use of technology, particularly surveillance systems such as remotely monitored CCTV and ...

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Fit for purpose

Richard Jenkins, CEO of the National Security Inspectorate, explains why FMs need to follow best practice when installing today’s sophisticated security systems The rate of adoption of technology in the security sector has been rapid, delivering cost savings, improved reliability ...

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Looking for trouble

New technology is transforming the way premises are kept secure – but it also raises issues of compliance with the law and codes of practice The evolution of technology in the security sector has been rapid, delivering a level of ...

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