Drones / Robots

Let’s start talking seriously about robots

Recent robot launches here and across the Tasman are a reminder that security robot technology continues to advance towards mainstream commercialisation. This, writes Nicholas Dynon, is a good thing. In the past couple of years, […]

Features

Ziso Avram: Larger than life

It’s only weeks since the New Zealand security industry bid farewell to a legend. The late Ziso Avram, a man of principle, a man of mystery, and a man of great heart, has left an […]

simPRO
Features

New simPRO IoT remote monitoring solution

Software as a Service provider simPRO breaks new ground with new field-proven IoT solution, and appoints new GM for its New Zealand operations. New Zealand’s field maintenance technicians will for the first time be able […]

Safe Crowded Places
Emergency Response

Safe and Healthy Crowded Places Handbook launched

The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience has launched a companion document to Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism – the Safe and Healthy Crowded Places Handbook. The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) […]

Roger Edgar
New Zealand Security Magazine

New appointments at Hills fuel transformation

A new Head of Security, Surveillance, IT and ATV and a Parking, Traffic & ITS Business Development Manager for Australia and New Zealand are among Hills’ most recent high profile appointments. New Head of Security, […]

HID Card Design
Access / Perimeters

Seven steps to better ID card design

There’s much more to ID cards than meets the eye – and good card design can make all the difference. HID’s Step-by-step Guide to Creating Dynamic ID Cards provides sound tips to point you on […]

Behaviour Detection
Guarding & Patrols

‘She’ll be right’ factor is our biggest threat

Chris Proctor, Head of Visitor Safety, Regional Facilities Auckland, presented at a recent ASIS New Zealand Chapter breakfast meeting on behaviour detection. It’s a game-changing skill, he writes, that the industry needs to be developing. […]