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Safety & Security supplement

20 August 2014 | By

In our latest free-to-view Safety & Security supplement, James Kelly at the BSIA takes a look at innovative security technology for city transport networks, Dave Gorshkov from the APTA CCTV Standards Committee focuses on Operational Control Room technology, and Andrea Soehnchen from the UITP provides a SECUR-ED project update...


A watchful eye on city transport: the role of CCTV

15 April 2014 | By

On a crowded urban transport network, spotting and acting upon security threats can pose a challenge. With a large number of passengers moving across a range of transport methods at any given time, petty criminals such as pickpockets can blend into a crowd, while other security threats, such as abandoned…


Keeping the transport sector safe

25 February 2011 | By Pauline Norstrom, Chairman of the BSIA's CCTV Section

In challenging economic times, the need for robust security measures to minimise losses and damage within the transport industry has never been greater. With transport companies facing a range of threats from petty vandalism to large-scale terrorist attacks, being able to identify and counteract these risks as soon as they…


CCTV surveillance in focus for transport security

11 May 2010 | By Pauline Norstrom, Chairman of the British Security Industry Association's CCTV Section

In today's testing global environment, the requirement for robust security measures on public transport across Europe with millions of passengers carried daily has never been greater. Crucially, those responsible for ensuring the smooth running of this critical service have to contend with a broad range of challenges, whether that is…