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  • Surveillance evolves as cameras get a brain

    Surveillance evolves as cameras get a brain

    November 30, 2018 • Southern AfricaComments Off on Surveillance evolves as cameras get a brain

    Advanced new facial recognition technology is giving ordinary surveillance systems the ability to learn, analyse what cameras see, conduct market research and even proactively mitigate risk. Video Surveillance systems are an important step towards enhanced...

  • Don’t forget about physical security in the digital age of banking

    Don’t forget about physical security in the digital age of banking

    November 26, 2018 • SecurityComments Off on Don’t forget about physical security in the digital age of banking

    Where there is money, there is a motive for theft and banks will never be the exception to this rule. Although banking is steadily becoming more digitised, there is still a need for cash, which means that physical security cannot be overlooked. Whether it’s...

  • Don’t forget about physical security in the digital age of banking

    CCTV and PoPI – What’s the big deal?

    October 9, 2018 • SecurityComments Off on CCTV and PoPI – What’s the big deal?

    The Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act can only come into play once the Information Regulator that the Act envisions as its enforcer is fully operational. This could be anywhere between now and the 1st December 2018, which is fairly soon if all...

  • According to Save The Rhino statistics, over 1000 rhinos are killed annually in South Africa. These harrowing poaching statistics display a gloomy future for survival of this beautiful species.

    AxxonSoft changes the face of anti-poaching in South Africa with Deep Learning technology

    September 3, 2018 • General, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on AxxonSoft changes the face of anti-poaching in South Africa with Deep Learning technology

    According to Save The Rhino statistics, over 1000 rhinos are killed annually in South Africa. These harrowing poaching statistics display a gloomy future for survival of this beautiful species. While many attempts have been undertaken over the past ten years...

  • Nigerian mobile phones to be spied on

    September 3, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top Stories, West AfricaComments Off on Nigerian mobile phones to be spied on

    Nigeria’s Communications Commission (NCC) has announced their intention to award surveillance and intelligence gathering contracts to a number of security firms, which will allow the country’s Federal Government to intercept and monitor mobile phone...

  • City surveillance assists in crime fighting

    March 14, 2012 • FeaturesComments Off on City surveillance assists in crime fighting

    Central Business District (CBD) and city surveillance has become common over the years for several reasons. Often crime detection has a strong influence in deciding to implement such a solution, but others should be considered too. However, obtain a...

  • The surveillance market, storage and your options

    February 22, 2010 • FeaturesComments Off on The surveillance market, storage and your options

    Vassen Naicker, Western Digital product Specialist at Drive Control Corporation (DCC), talks about the latest developments in the digital surveillance market and the management of video data...

  • Lamit Company allocates more satellite capacity to Africa

    March 17, 2009 • Mobile and TelecomsComments Off on Lamit Company allocates more satellite capacity to Africa

    Lamit Company, a provider of broadband satellite internet services, has allocated additional capacity to the Middle East and Africa theatres...