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  • WA Police kitting out CHOGM command centre

    The Western Australia Police is to source high-end video capture, storage and monitoring gear to help establish a communications and command centre ahead of the Perth Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in October.

  • Streaming IP cameras to lift security at Perth CHOGM

    WA Police will make use of IP cameras connected by wireless to lift the security surrounding the leaders of some 70 countries and their entourages at the forthcoming 2011 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) meeting to be held in Perth.

  • IP cameras come of age for MCG, Swinburne

    Once a niche area of the physical security market, surveillance cameras capable of utilising IP networks have begun showing up on IT managers' radars as a means to both secure their organisations and help achieve shared business goals.

  • Wireless network camera sets world record for altitude

    An Axis network camera has set the world record for the highest wireless network camera delivering high quality images to Earth. The camera was sent into the atmosphere by a stratospheric balloon from the Esrange Space Center in the north of Sweden.

  • Old Parliament House to up security

    Old Parliament House is to rip and replace its closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras and digital video recording (DVR) system in a bid to up security at the site and move from an analogue to an IP-based security system.