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Bosch Launches New Portfolio of IP Cameras

In today’s dynamic world, there isn’t a one-size fits-all video security solution. From retail to industrial, each business has unique requirements for video surveillance solution. A smart combination of the cameras offers solutions beyond security and to help users to make more informed business decisions to increase customer experience and their return on investment.

Bosch launches a new range of fixed dome, bullet and box cameras from the new IP 4000i, 5000i and 6000 series offer resolutions up to 5 megapixel and low-light solutions like Bosch’s starlight technology. Next to that, these cameras now have Essential Video Analytics on board as standard.

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Dahua Technology Integrates QNAP NAS System to Extend Video Surveillance Feasibility

Hangzhou, China– Dahua Technology, a leading solution provider in global video surveillance industry, announced that its Eco-Savvy 3.0, H.265 Wi-Fi and H.265 PTZ series network cameras are now compatible with QNAP’s NAS surveillance applications. Featuring H.265 compression technology, Dahua’s network cameras ensure video recording with lower bandwidth and greater security efficiency. QNAP surveillance applications integrate comprehensive video surveillance features into NAS system, providing storage expandability and storage space management functions to surveillance users.

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Dahua ePoE NVR Wins 2017 Security Best New Product Award

Hangzhou, China - Congratulations to Dahua! For Dahua ePoE NVR (NVR5224-24P-4KS2) has won the 2017 Security Best New Product Award in Australia for its impressive 800m cable transmission capability!

The “2017 Security Best New Products Awards”, sponsored by Sony, are a celebration of the most innovative products to hit the Australian market in the last 12 months. Products were judged on originality, impact of innovation, measurability of the benefits, and applicability to the Australian market by a panel of leading security experts including General Manager of ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Limited), Mr. John Fleming and Editor of Security Solutions Magazine, Mr. John Bigelow among others.

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WAMA Sets Foot in the Australian Market

WAMA is pleased to announce the appointment of NAS Australia as its distributor in Australia and parts of the Oceania region starting July 2017. The partnership between WAMA and NAS marks the beginning of a new CCTV ecosystem in the land Down Under, bringing in cutting-edge video surveillance technologies and competitively priced solutions that will greatly benefit the security industry and end users in the market.

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INTERPOL World 2017 Strengthens Resolve for International Cooperation to Address Crime

SINGAPORE – INTERPOL World 2017 concluded on a resounding note, with 8,362 attendees from over 40 countries and regions gathered at the event to network, source and forge alliances with the security community. 565 government leaders, international organization representatives, technology innovators and academics engaged in robust dialogues at the Congress, addressing future security challenges, with 52 thought leaders and experts guiding the discussion and sharing latest developments. On the exhibition floor, 226 international solution providers from 34 countries and regions showcased and discussed next generation solutions for security threat mitigation and the global fight against emerging crime. INTERPOL World 2017 stimulated collaboration, networking and information exchange between multiple stakeholders who sought to bring about a safer future.

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Bosch Launches In-Store Analytics Solution for Retailers

Bosch Security Systems introduces In-Store Analytics, a solution to provide retailers with valuable insights on store traffic for improving operations, customer engagement and sales.

As part of the solution, Bosch IP panoramic cameras are installed to provide high visibility of the retail floor. The cameras use on-board Intelligent Video Analytics to create position data of shoppers’ movements. This data is then sent direct to the Cloud where it is further processed without video streams ever leaving the retailer’s premise, thus maintaining shopper’s privacy. Unlike many systems that need on-site PCs to pre-process the video streams, limiting their performance to a few cameras per site, Bosch’s solution easily scales to cover even the largest retail stores with a high camera count and large multi-store chains.

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RSA® Conference 2017 Asia Pacific & Japan: Taking Cybersecurity Beyond Borders

RSA® Conference, the world’s leading information security conference and exhibition, concluded its fifth annual RSA Conference 2017 Asia Pacific & Japan (RSA Conference APJ) with a resounding success.

The premier cybersecurity event, held at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center, attracted more than 6,500 registrations over three days. Attendees had the valuable opportunity to engage with more than 100 speakers across 79 sessions, keynotes, and tutorials, as they dove into dedicated tracks such as Cloud, Mobile, and IoT Security; eFraud & Law Enforcement; Global Perspectives; Security Strategy & Data Security; and Threats and Threat Actors. More importantly, 2017 marked the fifth anniversary of RSA Conference APJ and the first time the conference dedicated an entire track on governments’ role in cybersecurity: Policy, Government & Regulations.


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Surveon's Worldwide Success Cases Support Partners to Growth

New Taipei City, Taiwan – Surveon's comprehensive solutions for different vertical markets have successfully deployed to many well-known and large-scale projects such as Singapore airport, Malaysia KL tower, Turkey border checkpoint and more. Its high quality products with industrial-grade components can function properly under extreme weathers. All of NVRs provide flexibility to easily expand number of recording days with large capacity. Moreover, the data protection with Failover function helps partner to prevent video loss for mission-critical projects.

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Israel to Replace Metal Detectors in Jerusalem with Smart Surveillance

Jerusalem, Israel - decided on Tuesday to remove metal detectors it had placed at the entrance to a holy site in Jerusalem's Old City and replace them with smart, less obtrusive surveillance means, a Cabinet statement said.

Israel installed metal detectors at entry points to Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem after two police officers were fatally shot on July 14, triggering the bloodiest clashes between Israelis and Palestinians in years.

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Qognify and Navi Mumbai Win Most Notable Critical Infrastructure Protection Program from GSN 2017 Security Awards

Qognify, the leader in big data solutions for physical security and operations, today announced that the Government Security News' 2017 Airport, Seaport, Border Security Awards has nominated its collaboration with Navi Mumbai Police as Most Notable Critical Infrastructure Protection Program.

For the second consecutive year, Qognify has been recognized by GSN for its major international project deployments. At the core of the Navi Mumbai safe city project is Qognify Situator, an advanced Situation Management platform, and the Qognify's Video Management Solution, which controls numerous surveillance cameras throughout the new city that has been developed to handle the population overflow from Mumbai.