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  • Securing Your Area with Perimeter Lighting

    It has been scientifically found to be true that people often feel safer in areas that are well lit. The feeling of safety cannot be quantified but it is very evident and palpable. Apart from creating a feeling of security, lighting can be used to ensure actual security is achieved within the area that the lights operate. LED lighting has so far proved to be a versatile type of lighting for all ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Innovation in Security Solutions Driven by its Union with Intelligent Buildings

    There are no shortage of recent start up companies aiming to disrupt the Security Industry. Over the previous decade, similar companies have bought new technology and business models to market, adding significant value. We recently spoke to Erik Lindstein, CEO of Embsec AB about his vision for innovation in security and the opportunity for Small & Medium Size Companies (SME’s). ...

  • Security systems in the channel: what will tomorrow’s distribution model look like?

    The traditional distribution model for Physical Security products right across the globe, was often referred to as “box shifting”, it offered products off the shelf but with few value add services. This is now rapidly morphing into a sophisticated system delivering value add services that its clients are now demanding. This article uses information from our recent report on the ...

  • Homegrown Suppliers still Dominate the Chinese Security Market but are Things about to Change?

    The Physical Security Industry has undergone significant structural changes in the last 3 years and this accelerated in 2012 driven by the need to combat the worst trading conditions for decades. The structure of the business has morphed not just to compensate or accommodate but also to meet and beat the challenge and deliver growth. Our report “The Physical Security Business in ...

  • The Major Security Companies “Wait and See” Strategy is Allowing Others to Drive innovation and Steal market share

    The message from the market seems clear; major conglomerates in the security business have given up on their long standing strategy of growth through acquisition. None of them excluding Tyco, have made a significant acquisition since 2010. In the 5 years prior to that they were all active in acquiring businesses both large and small; increasing their geographic scope and updating their ...

  • Aerial Radiation Detection

    In this time of multiple threats to our security: dirty bomb; cyber; shooters in public places; homemade bombs; misinformation; etc. we feel extremely vulnerable; perhaps more vulnerable than ever before. With the advent of Drone technology now available to private citizens, technology previously only held by the military, the opportunity has come to marry Drone Technology with aerial sensors. ...


    By Technical Associates

  • Oil & Gas Leakage Detection Contractors

    RADS (Remote Aerial Detection Systems) teamed with market leading vendors to supply state-of-the-art Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and security equipment. RADS is a US-based top-tier Technology Integrator that serves international commercial and government customers across the world. Unlike the large US defense contractors, RADS is independent and can operate with agility ...


  • Case study - Multi-tenant building energy efficiency

    Buildings accounted for roughly 40% of total U.S. energy consumption in 2010, according to the United States Energy Information Association. “[New York] City's roughly 1 million buildings cost $15 billion a year to power and heat and account for 80% of the city's greenhouse gas emissions”(1). The proliferation of smart energy devices and building management systems will result in the ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • Envision 2050: The future of protected areas

    The idea of setting aside areas of land and water to be protected against human activities has become a staple of the conservation movement. But with that movement itself at a crossroads, it’s worth exploring just what protected areas will look like in the future. For this third installment ...


    By Ensia

  • Seeing Through The Fog

    Many of you have heard the old cliché, “you get what you pay for.” For the purposes of this article, I’d like you to apply this thought towards your corporation’s business relationship with its vendors. In today’s business world, this statement still applies to the various business segments in which your corporation has decided to utilize an external vendor to ...


    By Dynamic Recycling

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