Govt issues draft notification for installation of safety devices on public transport

According to the draft notification issued by government of India, it is compulsory for all transport vehicles to be equipped with vehicle location tracking device, CCTV based surveillance system, and one or more panic emergency buttons which would be...

Honeywell successfully completes installation of surveillance and emergency response technology in Ujjain

Honeywell has successfully completed a city-wide installation of surveillance and emergency response technology in Ujjain to support the Madhya Pradesh Police Department’s work in crime prevention, and traffic and crowd management in the recently concluded the Simhastha Kumbh. The fair...

India video surveillance market likely to grow over 13% during 2016-22

According to 6Wresearch, India Video Surveillance Market is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 13 per cent from 2016 to 2022 backed by rising security concerns, primarily related to terrorism threats and increasing crime rates. Amongst all electronic...

Sparsh bags Director General of Supplies and Disposals registration

One of the largest CCTV manufacturing company in India, Sparsh, is now registered with Director General of Supplies & Disposals (DGS&D). According to the company, Government has issued a rate Contract for supply of CCTV where SPARSH is the only Indian brand...

Check Point Introduces New Security Appliances for Small Businesses

By Belal Khan Check Point Software Technologies Ltd has announced two new additions to the Check Point 700 Series appliances, both addressing the unique security needs of small businesses. The new Check Point 770 and 790 appliances, together with the 730...

IESA to host DEFTRONICS 2016 in Bengaluru

Belal Khan IESA is hosting the third edition of annual Aerospace, Defence and Internal security focused  event along with Nasscom between August 4 to 5, at The Ritz Carlton, Bengaluru. This year’s theme is Building India's Strategic Electronics ecosystem for greater self-reliance and global relevance...

Govt to give 25 Defence Projects to Private Sector

According to media reports, the government has finalised 25 projects under the Make in India initiative for private sector participation. As per the reports, the Department has issued 319 licences to 197 companies out of which 150 licences were issued...

BEL to showcase its indigenisation efforts at Make in India Week

Public sector defence equipment maker Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) is all set to showcase its indigenisation efforts at the ‘Make in India Week’ in Mumbai. India’s financial capital Mumbai will host Make in India Week from February 13 to 18. BEL will have...

SPGI to conduct sessions on ‘New Amended PMA Policy’ in New Delhi

Security Promotion Group of India (SPGI) has announced that it is conducting a major session on September 1, 2015 in New Delhi. The conclave aims at providing vital information and opportunities to all existing CCTV/alarm systems equipment manufacturers, importers...

Access control and biometric devices come under the Preferential Market Access policy

February 16, 2015: The Security Promotion Group of India (SPGI) organised an event to celebrate its key role in getting biometric devices to be considered under the government’s PMA policy. News on other positive developments for the security players...
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Here’s what the Indian security industry is eyeing

February 16, 2015: Even though the security industry is optimistic about the Narendra Modi government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, there are certain challenges to be overcome. The industry is keen that the government initiates changes in excise duty, incentives...

Thermal cameras with UltraMax resolution

February 5, 2015: In October 2014, FLIR Systems Inc announced the addition of new features and capabilities for its popular T-Series family of premium thermal cameras, as well as two new additions to that family—the T460 and the T660....

Compact and robust next generation wireless security cameras

Not only have wireless security cameras become more pocket friendly by doing away with the high costs of cabling but they are also faster to deploy and easy to install. The key transition witnessed by this market is the...

Fisheye cameras: The most economical and viable solution for general surveillance

Advanced on-board functionality, such as efficient on-camera video recording and storage as well as intelligent video analytics technology, makes fisheye cameras the first preference of buyers By Richa Chakravarty Friday, October 31, 2014: Fisheye cameras can be termed ‘game changers’ in the...

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