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ATG Access records a record year for profit and revenue

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ATG Access has reported a record-breaking year for turnover and profitability. In the last financial year (2017/18), turnover has increased by 12%, taking it from £15.6 million to £17.5 million. Profit before tax (EBITDA) has nearly doubled, increasing from £805,000 in 16/17 to £1.546 million in 17/18, due to the company’s continued expansion both in the UK…

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MARSS announce Middle East contract for its RADiRguard smart perimeter surveillance system

MARSS have announced an important contract for its RADiRguard smart perimeter surveillance system. The contract, with an unspecified Middle Eastern Government, is for a critical national infrastructure installation and provides for the protection of a 12km high security perimeter.   RADiRguard is a smart perimeter surveillance system combining multiple sensors and complementary technologies inside a…

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OPTEX heads to Middle East with multi-layered protection approach

OPTEX, a leading sensor manufacturer, will be demonstrating its multi-layered approach to protecting critical infrastructure – from the initial outer perimeter to the inner areas including detection of unauthorised access. “In the Middle East region”, says Jacques Vaarre, Managing Director for OPTEX EMEA (Europe Middle East and Africa), “we are focusing on the high security…

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SMARTair™ access control brings security to Córdoba

SMARTair™ access control brings security to Córdoba

Working with architect Francisco Daroca Bruño, Spain’s Red Cross sought a new Córdoba office space designed around the person, to reflect the organization’s human welfare-related goals. The new building combines modern materials with Andalusian design principles to create a flexible workspace bathed in natural light. The main security challenge? To offer the highest levels of protection, yet remain flexible enough for 300 daily users with various profiles, including employees, volunteers, visitors and emergency staff.

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Power down: cheaper fuel bills with SMARTair™ from TESA

Power down: cheaper fuel bills with SMARTair™ from TESA

Power down: cheaper fuel bills with SMARTair™ from TESA Power down for cheaper fuel bills, with the new energy saving device by SMARTair™ from TESA. The SMARTair™ energy saving device puts facility managers in control of their electricity costs. Built for meeting rooms and guest rooms, this small, wall-mounted device automatically connects and disconnects a…

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CLIQ® keeps Kiel’s infrastructure working around the clock

CLIQ® keeps Kiel’s infrastructure working around the clock

CLIQ® keeps Kiel’s infrastructure working around the clock A public utility supplying vital services like gas, electricity, water and heating needs a locking system that customers can depend on. Add sites dispersed across a wide area, plus a constantly shifting workforce of permanent employees and contractors, each with individual access needs, and you have the…

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Manage access from anywhere, thanks to SMARTair™

Manage access from anywhere, thanks to SMARTair™

Manage access from anywhere, thanks to SMARTair™ from TESA SMARTair™ from TESA makes affordable access control more flexible and more mobile than ever. With just a couple of clicks using the new TS1000 6.0 Web Manager, facilities managers can configure their access control system, remotely unlock doors, view what is happening in the facility and…

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Counter drone Anti-UAV system unveiled by British trio

Counter drone Anti-UAV system unveiled by British trio – Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics and Enterprise Control Systems. Blighter Surveillance Systems (electronic-scanning radar target detection), Chess Dynamics (electro-optic tracking and classification) and Enterprise Control Systems (radio frequency disruption) join forces to combat growing threat of micro, mini and larger unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones.…

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Investment in airport security to reach $12.67 billion by 2023

Frost & Sullivan released a report entitled ‘Global Airport Security Technology Market Assessment’ early in March 2015, which found that the airport security market earned revenues of $8.22 billion in 2014 and estimated that this could reach $12.67 billion by 2023. Covering perimeter security, command, control and integration, cybersecurity, communications, surveillance, access control, and screening…

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