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‘People really feel the lack of security right now’ – a day at a fencing trade fair

Anyone who steps unwanted over the threshold of a property with a Peperosso atomiser installed can expect an immediate burning sensation as chilli paprika is sprayed in their face. The instruction booklet promises “tears and coughing” and “a lot of slime”. “We usually talk about paprika as the most popular ingredient in our national cuisine,” ‘People really feel the lack of security right now’ – a day at a fencing trade fair

French secondary schools to be equipped with security gates

Around fifteen secondary schools will be equipped with security gates in the frame of an experimental measure which will be then extended to a whole region declared French Region President Laurent Wauquiez, thus carrying out his campaign pledge. “This measures aims at reinforcing security among secondary schools for today they cannot provide sufficient protection”, he French secondary schools to be equipped with security gates

Loading dock gates a smart solution for securing stock

Australian Trellis Door Company’s (ATDC) smart shipping dock gates are an innovative method of securing factory loading docks, warehouses, hangars, logistics and distribution centres. Unlike many options currently available on the market, ATDC’s smart loading dock gates are trackless, lightweight, and very easy to operate, running on a series of heavy duty bottom rubber castors. Loading dock gates a smart solution for securing stock

How do Emergency Vehicles Enter through Driveway Gates? – Fire, Police, and Medical Vehicle Access to Your Property

Whether emergency responders can get to your property in a time of crisis depends on whether the driveway gate installer that installed your gate knew what they were doing and provided a form of access for emergency vehicles. In An Emergency If they were one of the fly by night “companies” and disregarded the need How do Emergency Vehicles Enter through Driveway Gates? – Fire, Police, and Medical Vehicle Access to Your Property

With new gates, fees, city parking structure cashes in on debut

Nearly three weeks after workers upgraded the automatic gates and installed payment machines at Bakersfield’s downtown parking structure, a Finance Department official said Monday the 28-year-old structure is likely back on track to pay for itself. In a 10-day period that began Sept. 8, the city-owned garage collected $1,172, following a $136,951 upgrade that included With new gates, fees, city parking structure cashes in on debut

New Parking Technology Paying Off

DURHAM, NC – Almost two years into a multiphase project to roll out an enhanced parking system across campus, results show more efficient use of garages and lots while freeing up availability for employees. Installation of the new, hands-free access system, which began in February 2014, is about 75 percent complete. So far, 30 parking New Parking Technology Paying Off