UAE – Infrared (IR) illumination provides a highly-effective enhancement for video surveillance in complete darkness. Axis Communications recently unveiled several new network cameras featuring its IR functionality, including pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) and fixed dome cameras, bullet, fisheye and panoramic cameras, and discreet sensors units.
UAE – Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), is inviting partners and customers to join the upcoming Community Days (MPOP) event in Dubai on 9 and 10 May. MPOP will present an opportunity to discover the latest intelligent video trends
As part of SSN Gulf’s ‘Women in Security’ series of interviews, Louise Bou-Rached, Channel Business Manager, UAE, for Milestone Systems answered our questions… Tell us a bit about your current role with Milestone. This year I moved from a similar role in North Africa into the role of
GERMANY – Mobotix and Konica Minolta have entered into a technology development agreement whereby Mobotix’s hardware and software technologies will be further developed with a view to creating innovative solutions for applications in areas such as smart cities, healthcare, process optimisation and other sectors. Under the agreement Konica Minolta
UAE – Teradata has announced it is working with Cisco on a digital transformation solution with a focus on smart cities and communities. Combining the merits of Cisco’s IoT platform, Cisco Kinetic for Cities, with the Teradata analytics platform, the solution will help cities become smarter and more
Ahead of the Seamless conference Middle East the organisers look at what your customers want, how your customers think and how the way your customers interact with each other is constantly changing. Take a look at some of the biggest marketing trends that will continue to develop in
INDIA – India’s capital territory Delhi will install surveillance cameras in all of its classrooms after a spate of violent incidents, a decision that comes as increased surveillance measures sweep across Asia. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said surveillance cameras would be installed in all government schools
Guest blog by Jon Masters, Chief ARM architect, Red Hat RECENT PRESS reports talk about a newly discovered form of security threat that involves attackers exploiting common features of modern microprocessors (aka chips) that power our computers, tablets, smartphones, and other gadgets. These attacks, known as “Meltdown”