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23/11/2018

Panasonic’s secure communication platform has been named as the holistic security system of the year at IFSEC’s Security & Fire Excellence Awards 2018. 

The package of cyber security deterrents was developed to mitigate the risk of attacks on IP surveillance systems and protects against video tampering, altering, spoofing and snooping.

23/11/2018

TCA, the provider of security services for North Lanarkshire Council, has seen savings of around £50,000 a year, after installing 300 Panasonic CCTV cameras, waterproofed with a unique ClearSight Coating.

Located east of Glasgow, North Lanarkshire has challenging weather conditions for any technology, which has previously hindered the provision of cost effective security in the area. High levels of rain resulted in water marks, dust spots and condensation, which meant heavy maintenance burdens and the potential for missing incidents.

30/10/2018

Panasonic has been recognised as industry leaders at the fire and security excellence awards, being shortlisted for five awards including the hardware and software manufacturer of the year.

The awards will be held on the 21 November at London Hilton on Park Lane, with organisers UBM and IFSEC commending Panasonic as deserving finalists across five different categories.

24/10/2018

Season-ticket holders at Belgian football club RWD Molenbeek will soon find it easier to enter the stands at their stadium, thanks to facial recognition technology that is set to be introduced at the turnstiles.

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