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Eden Park has now joined the SaferCities CCTV network
SaferCities has announced that Eden Park has been added to its vGRID CCTV network platform.
Kiwi Smart City projects win big in IDC Awards
New Zealand initiatives won three categories in the IDC Smart City APAC Awards – Civic Engagement, Education, and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Melbourne’s Metro Trains taps Extreme Networks to power CCTV system
Extreme Networks says the solution will deliver an agile, adaptive, and secure network for Metro Trains that supports its CCTV system.
Dimension Data and Cisco take anti-poaching tech into Africa
The expansion follows a successful pilot in South Africa which reduced rhino poaching incidents by 96%.
Connectivity and the city: Monitoring on the world stage
For just this reason, all eyes (and CCTV cameras) are about to be on the city of the Gold Coast in Queensland for the Commonwealth Games.
Ingram Micro Australia has eyes on CCTV market with Dahua deal
Ingram Micro is distributing Dahua in a deal it says enables resellers to offer end-to-end security solutions without needing in-house specialists.
Speedcast expands portfolio with two new system integration contracts
Speedcast has been named the telecoms systems integrator in both contracts, responsible for all telecommunications components.
Australian C-Suite execs not interested in security, survey finds
A third of Aussie organisations have suffered a security breach in the past 12 months, with a lack of interest from CEOs named the biggest challenge.
Security concerns boosting CCTV interest
Security concerns have resulted in increased demand for technically advanced surveillance systems, creating huge growth opportunities.
Aussie Police implement facial recognition software
“This new facial recognition software has already helped police identify or eliminate suspects and it is exciting to see it move to the next phase."
Is Facebook the new Neighbourhood Watch?
Videos of crimes used to help catch thieves, but would it be better to just call the police?