Safety & Security supplement
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…
- Innovative security technology at the heart of city transport
In busy city environments, transport providers face a variety of unique security challenges to ensure the safe and secure transport of passengers and cargo, while overseeing smooth day-to-day operations. James Kelly, Chief Executive at the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) explores the security methods currently deployed by transport providers across Europe.
- Developments in Operational Control Room technologies and access to ‘crowd source’ images
As we move forward with various new developments across the passenger rail industry, the one area that has, in some respects, lagged behind, is that of the Operational Control Room (or OCC), writes Dave Gorshkov – Chairman of the American Public Transportation Association’s (APTA) CCTV Standards Committee.
- Learning from: SECUR-ED
As the conclusion of the SECUR-ED project fast approaches, Andrea Soehnchen – Coordinator of the project from the UITP – provides key details of how the project was approached, carried-out, what conclusions can already be drawn, and what lessons have been learned from an operator’s perspective.
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Issue 4 2014
American Public Transport Association (APTA), British Security Industry Association (BSIA), Faiveley, FLIR Intelligent Transportation Systems, Gilgen Door Systems, International Association for Public Transport (UITP), Zitron