DRDO to engage firms for making border surveillance system

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is looking towards the industry for the commercial production and marketing of a border surveillance system (BOSS)...

HC questions Delhi govt on non-functional CCTVs in capital

Non-functional CCTV cameras in the national capital came under the scanner of the Delhi High Court recently, which sought to know the area-wise location...

Dubai Police visits Dahua Technology HQ in China

Dahua Technology announced that in early July, a distinguished group of Dubai Police Officials visited the Dahua Headquarters at Hangzhou in China. Representing Dubai...

Reliance Naval asks government to fast-track maritime security contract awards

Voicing its concerns over delay in awarding contracts for maritime security programmes, Reliance Naval and Engineering (RNEL) has urged Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to...

Video surveillance market accelerates into the future

Jon Cropley, senior principal analyst, video surveillance, at IHS Markit, says that the world market for professional video surveillance equipment grew by 9.3 percent...

CCTV committee denies CM Arvind Kejriwal claim on mandatory licence

A six-member committee constituted for implementation of Delhi government’s CCTV camera project has denied Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s claim that the committee has recommended...

Global Fire Protection Systems market estimated to be growing 10.5% annually

The global fire protection systems market size is forecast to be valued at $116.5 billion by 2025, according to market research by Orbis Research....

AMD, Synaptics, Microsoft partner on biometrics tech

AMD and Synaptics have announced they are working on biometric security technology with Microsoft, for what it mysteriously described as a 'next-generation Microsoft operating...

India needs to adopt fire-resistant wiring standards: IEEMA

India needs to adopt more stringent standards for certifying the safety of electricity wires used in homes, according to the Indian Electrical and Electronics...

FICCI to hold PSIC 2018 on August 3

FICCI is organizing the sixth edition of ‘Private Security Industry Conclave (PSIC) 2018’ on August 03, 2018 at FICCI Federation House, New Delhi. The...

ESRI India launches a GIS innovation hub in Noida

ESRI India, the global leader in geographic information systems (GIS) recently launched its unique innovation hub at its headquarters in Noida to enable customers...

UK government to invest £25.5M on improved aviation security

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is launching a new competition on behalf of the Future Aviation Security Solutions programme (FASS) focusing on vehicle...

Ozone, plans to diversify into Security & Surveillance and IoT

Ozone Enterprise Group, an Everstone Capital PE equity funded leading player in the Architectural Hardware industry has announced an investment of over Rs 100...

Nepal Man guarding industry blooms

The number of private security companies has jumped along with a rise in investment and crime rates. These firms employ nearly 100,000 registered security...

Pelco first video surveillance provider to have entire product range BIS...

Pelco™ by Schneider Electric, a global leader in surveillance and security, has announced that it is the first video surveillance provider to become Bureau...

Dutch police can now access 200,000 private security cameras

The police in the Netherlands can now access footage from almost 200,000 privately-owned security cameras. In October 2016, 100,000 camera owners had voluntarily registered...

Home Ministry panel to monitor cybercrimes

Union home ministry has decided to constitute a panel under a joint secretary to periodically monitor cybercrimes and ensure compliance of complaints by social...

Toronto’s Auditor General finds fire safety code deficiencies in city-owned buildings

Toronto’s Auditor General has found fire safety code deficiencies in various city-owned buildings, calling out a contractor’s fraudulent practices and taking city authorities to...

Police, not Delhi govt, will control CCTVs in the capital, recommends...

The Delhi Police will be the custodian of all CCTV cameras in public spaces in the capital, including ones to be installed under AAP...

UK Home Office plans advisory board for biometrics

The UK Home Office is looking to enable an increased use of biometrics technology for policing, immigration controls and other public services while improving...