08 November 2012
African Review of Business and Technology - November 2012 -Wireless communications solutions for secure, high-bandwidth, long-range transmission of CCTV video, data and voice
04 November 2012
GIT Security Magazine - November 2012
17 September 2012
Professional Security Magazine - Luton Council
01 November 2011
Security Express - Insecurity in Nigeria
The increasing spate of terror activities in Nigeria has continued to attract attention. In this edition we bring a story of the formal introduction of some of the latest security equipment to the Nigerian market by two UK based companies - JVC Professional Europe Ltd and Wavesight UK Ltd.The product launch was undertaken in partnership with Kontz Engineering of Nigeria at a gathering of industry players and government officials at the residence of the British High Commissioner to Nigeria; Mr. Robin Gwynn.
28 September 2011
TechTarget - A London School Beefs Up Service
When Park High School in North London gained an extra 600 students and began the move into a virtualised environment, network manager David Crawley knew the school would need network and application monitoring tools to support growth.
28 August 2011
Counter Terror Business - Putting Wavesight in the Picture
THE APPLICATIONS for wireless based video security networks are coming under renewed scrutiny as the public sector faces increasing government pressure to cut costs whilst maintaining service levels. It is a fact that, when implemented correctly, it is virtually impossible to detect any difference in performance between fibre and line-of-sight wireless-based video networks. Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless links can deliver similar performance to fibre, producing low levels of latency and high image quality, but at a significantly lower cost, whether used as standalone networks, extending the range of existing fibre networks or used to rapidly deploy temporary communications links for covert or overt operations.
26 April 2011
Professional Security - CCTV Covers All Angles at the Triangle
TM Security was asked by Segro to design and install an expansion of an existing system so that other areas of the estate, historically known as Winnersh Triangle, could be monitored by CCTV. Roy Pugh, Business Development Manager for Fareham-based TM says: “Not surprisingly, Segro has a zero tolerance policy towards any unwanted visitors who, particularly at night might come onto the site with criminal intent. We therefore carried an extensive survey of the site with the purpose of identifying blind areas where any activity taking place could not be seen by operators working with the existing CCTV system.”
- Wavesight signs strategic partnership with Safe1, Qatar’s leading safety and security equipment supplier.
- Wavesight launch new N-Spec range of wireless radios at IFSEC International 2013
- Euro Car Parks turns to Wavesight’s outdoor wireless bridges to help manage Sainsbury customer car parks.
- Wavesight add to their already impressive portfolio of local authority fibre-to-wireless switch-outs with another urban surveillance project in the historic Welsh county of Monmouthshire.
- Score Information Technologies and Wavesight working together to provide a cost effective solution for Hindustan Petroleum in India.