fr8Watch, our real-time monitored intruder detection kit for the haulage industry, received a full page feature in A&S India, India’s leading magazine for professionals providing fire, safety and security solutions, this month.
We will showcasing VTAS Pro at Security TWENTY 16 in Manchester. Set in the convenient location of the Hilton Deansgate Hotel in Manchester on Tuesday, 5 July 2016, the Conference will bring together top security industry speakers and is supported by a large exhibition of cutting edge security products and services.
Havant Council decided earlier this month that they will be closing down their CCTV network in the town centre. The decision was taken in order to make savings of £150,000 on the grounds that the system was expensive, out-of-date and no longer effective.
As you will have no doubt heard in the news of late, UK law states that it is the drivers’ responsibility to ensure that their vehicles’ seals have not been broken into and that migrants haven’t entered their vehicles illegally.
Awareness though, is not enough, it is action that changes lives and we have taken action to engineer a state of art intrusion detection solution that takes away any doubt for drivers and their employers by providing a fail-proof, always on, real time, monitored intrusion detection solution, called fr8Watch.
The use of CCTV at grounds was one of the recommendations of the Taylor enquiry. Ironically this was one area where CCTV was already well established, and welcomed by most spectators. The enquiry itself highlighted this stating "football supporters are probably more accustomed to being subjected to camera surveillance than most other groups in society."
The recent events in Paris a few weeks ago sent shock waves around the world. This was the latest in a series of terrorist attacks that have left communities across the globe reeling with both shock and grief.
For as long as anybody can remember on December 25th families across the world have woken to find their homes filled with presents.
The reasons for this have baffled both scientists and security experts for years - particularly as it seems to happen simultaneously across towns and cities. There are a number of theories about why and how this occurs.