Health Safety Security Review Middle East weekly digest - 17th - 21st December

Max pixel for HSSR 307(Image source: Max Pixel)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Health Safety Security Review Middle East, from 17th - 21st December 2017

Axis launches cost-effective thermal cameras

Axis Communications has launched a new range of cost-effective thermal cameras, bringing the benefits of thermal imaging to a broader range of customers and environments than ever before. The cameras deliver thermal imaging capabilities to small and mid-size systems with budget limitations – such as schools, care environments and independent retailers – allowing for intrusion detection and incident identification, without compromising individuals’ identities. Click here to read the full story.

Double-digit growth anticipated for Middle East smart home market by 2022

Favourable government initiatives towards energy efficiency, a resurgent construction sector, and the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), will turn the Middle East smart home market into a US$1.86bn dollar industry by 2022, according to a recent study. Click here to read the full story.

Abu Dhabi updates new fire safety code

The UAE has updated its 2011 fire safety code, linking all important buildings to a smart fire safety system of the Civil Defence where fire warnings will automatically be sent to the operations room. Click here to read the full story.

OPTEX to display multi layered protection solution during Intersec 2018

OPTEX, one of the leading manufacturers of sensor technologies, has announced to demonstrate its multi-layered approach to protect critical infrastructure, from the initial outer perimeter to the inner areas, during Intersec from 21-23 January 2018, in Dubai. Click here to read the full story.

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