The security week: Mobotix Bench Test, Watchdog, and heart surgery

 Hello. Welcome to the wonderful world of weekly security highlights from security news hub info4security. Delighted, I’m sure!

Our top story this week is our latest Bench Test – and this time around, it’s the turn of the Q24 Hemispheric camera from Mobotix. How was it received by our experts? Click here to find out.

We’ve also got a statement from Direct Response Security, which was heavily criticised in a BBC ‘Watchdog’ programme last week. Check out what they had to say by clicking here.

And a Geutebruck video system is going undercover – IN YOUR HEART. Not really. It’s being used on a fancy dummy to help teach medical students. Read the story here.

Also today, Peter Kant from Rapiscan systems looks at the future of checkpoint security – vital at transport hubs and major events. What does he think is in store for the sector? Find out here.

We’ve got the launch of the Global Security Challenge for 2010; new thermal cameras from Samsung; and a ‘virtual tour’ (or ‘video’) of Raytec’s IFSEC stand.

This week’s Song About Security comes courtesy of those Rolling Stones, and centres on their exhortations to installers to get involved with the fire installation business.

Don’t you dare forget about entering this year’s Security Excellence Awards. They’re exciting and high profile. You could be too!

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And here is a video of the theme from The Fall Guy. Also, if you’re in Edinburgh this August and stuck for something to do, you should go to this.

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