Detection Technologies is pleased to announce a partnership with Gallagher located in New Zealand. Detection Technologies will supply Gallagher with perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS). The distribution agreement was signed on 22.06.2020.
The warehouse, which is occupied by retailer Sports Direct, was broken into in the early hours of the 2nd April 2020. A large quantity of stock, including large items such as pool tables, were taken.
The protection of our critical national infrastructure, including telecommunications, energy, water, distribution and health facilities is always essential, but during global events such as the COVID-19 pandemic we are currently experiencing, security requirements must be reviewed regularly and further systems put in place to protect this infrastructure from risks which previously may not have been considered.
Iceland has become a hub for data centres and cryptocurrency mining operations because cheap energy and low ambient temperatures which make it a low-cost destination. The nation also has a low crime rate. The raids started in December 2017 when three data centres were cracked in December. Another raid took place in January. Icelandic police have arrested 11 people in connection with four raids on data centres that held BitCoin mining equipment.
In this time of the year there is finally some time to spend with the family and friends but also to relax and read. For this reason, we decided to share our five most read blog posts of the year 2019.
We would like to thank the ever growing number of Detection Technologies blog readers,
The new year starts with the Perimeter Protection exhibition - one of the best Perimeter Security trade shows worldwide. The exhibition takes place in Nuremberg from 14th to 16th January. This time Detection Technologies will share a stand with Berlemann Torbau which provides high quality physical perimeter security solutions under its brand INOVA. Together we demonstrate how electronics and mechanics can integrate for effective perimeter protection.
On the evening of Friday 13th December 2019, thieves stole over £50 million of jewelry and valuables from Tamara Ecclestone's home in London. It is reported that the thieves spent almost an hour in the house undetected after simply climbing over the garden fence.
Detection Technologies will be exhibiting at Security Expo 2019. If you plan to attend the trade show you are very welcome to stop by at booth C71 and receive first hand information about our brand new product called MultiSense.
A carefully planned and audacious heist at a Dresden museum has shocked the world after more than €1 Billion in jewelry, diamonds, art and cultural artifacts were taken in the early hours of Monday 25th November.
The thieves broke into Dresden's Grünes Gewölbe, one of the world's oldest museums, and made off with three priceless' sets of 18th century jewelry. The museum houses one of Europe's largest collection of treasures.
In 2018, police in the Midlands uncovered the biggest burglary gang they'd ever seen. The gang took advantage of the dark winter nights and lax security on homes across the West Midlands, Staffordshire and Gloucestershire. They specifically targeted affluent homes from which they looted over £845,000 of jewellery, watches and cash.