Oct 18, 2018 Last Updated 10:41 AM, Oct 15, 2018
Increasing security standards promotes the development of leading security enhanced automatic entrances.
Schools are our future. Within the four walls of classrooms up and down the country, young minds are inspired, useful skills are taught and new interests are forged that will be later harnessed to ensure our country’s continued prosperity.
Terror atrocities using vehicles are now rife across the world as the vehicle as a weapon (VAW) becomes sadly the latest deadly terrorist attack method of choice. The chilling trend serves to reinforce the time-honoured ‘onion skin’ approach to effective security, argues Steve Bailes, Business…
Vehicles have become the weapon of choice for terrorists and to mitigate this new threat, security experts have largely focused on erecting temporary measures, such as concrete barriers and metal barricades. But, these can create fear among the public. Jaz Vilkhu, Managing Director of Landscape…
Terror organisations are now increasingly focused on using vehicles to kill, maim and cause panic. But rather than erecting concrete barricades in defence, Jaz Vilkhu, Managing Director of Landscape Protection at Marshalls, argues that urban planners must consider a holistic approach focusing on protection and…
Geoff Firth, Specification Manager at Boon Edam Ltd, a global market leader in entry solutions, discusses how increased security requirements for commercial buildings has impacted the development of access control systems over the past decade; leading to the emerging trend of integrated, intelligent buildings.
Rob McGlennon of Deceuninck examines the very specific security considerations that are required when installing windows and doors in care homes.
The new model of housing for the post-60 market in the UK is the perfect environment for the Internet of Things (IoT) to make a difference, and house-builders and providers are waking up to the advantages.
School leaders and authorities need to make building security the number one priority, says Simon Osborne, Commercial Leader of safety and security company Allegion.
Camden Council’s new 14 storey building, 5 St Pancras Square is host to council offices, a leisure centre, café and a library. This innovative building is classed as one of the leading green buildings in the UK; having achieved an ‘outstanding’ BREEAM sustainability rating. Every…
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