Digital micro recorders

November 18, 2009 Biotechnology No Commenti

Microrecorder

Thanks to the ever increasing miniaturization in size of technological devices, items that a few years ago would have been used only at home took to the streets and to our offices, and became faithful travel companions during our weekend trips or in any leisurely occasion.

A typical example is applicable to digital micro recorders. Once, we were using bulky cassette recorders, which certainly did not have maneuverability as one of their main features, to tape from the radio, from a record or live. Nowadays, the recording is no longer stored on a cassette, but rather saved in an audio file inside extremely small memory cards with enormous storage capacity (up to 32 Gb).

At the same time, the modern digital recorders have dramatically shrunk their size. They can be as small as a cigarette pack or as your car’s remote control, and in spite of their size still be able to record, through high-sensitivity miniature microphones, an extremely clear sound, with an operating time of hundreds of hours.

On the marketplace, you can find several types of digital recorders, as small as a cigarette pack and suitable for several applications: for concerts or leisure, to take quick notes on the go while stuck in a traffic jam, or while participating in a conference or meeting. A micro digital recorder of smaller size, just like a credit card, can instead be suitable for covert recordings, surveillance or espionage operations, or for law enforcement gathering evidence against suspects or criminals.

In a few words, a micro audio recorder can be used in a whole lot of different ways. if you want to know more and to find the right model  for your needs, just visit the Endoacustica site!

Praise for our night vision glasses

November 18, 2009 Biotechnology No Commenti

Eyenight

Those who work in the security and privacy field are generally not too prone to boasting, but a letter that we just received makes us feel that there is more to our job than spy gear and surveillance devices, that sometimes we are able to help people in need.

Here is the full text:

“You have no idea how much these Night Vision Glasses have helped me! After a severe retinal detachment, I was left legally blind and with almost no night vision at all. I own a small business, and not being able to function at night has really made it very difficult for me to meet customers after dark. With my new night glasses, I can now get around at night and can do all the things I was not able to do previously.

It’s amazing how Eyenight glasses work! I can now see just as good whether it’s noon or midnight! In the past, I have used many different flashlights in order to get around at night, but it was always difficult, especially on rainy evenings when the light from these flashlights didn’t illuminate sidewalks and steps very well.

Now I can walk down the darkest streets without any fear of tripping over a curb or falling. I was so scared to be out at night before, worried that I would fall. No longer!

I would recommend these glasses for anyone in my same position. I feel like I have my life back!”

I guess there is no comment to be added; just that receiving such letters really strengthens our belief in our job not only as a service, but as a mission. Thanks to all our faithful customers for helping us carry this mission out!

Anti fraud credit cards, with keypad and display

November 18, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Emue

A new generation of credit cards is being presented during the Cartes exhibition, currently taking place in Paris, and showcasing the latest technologies and developments in the Digital Security field.

The anti fraud credit card, manufactured by Emue Technologies, has the same size of your normal card, but on the inside it contains a battery with an expected life of around 3 years, which powers a processor, a numeric keypad and an E-Ink 12-digit display.

When the cardholder is about to close an online purchase deal, thanks to the numeric keypad he will be able to authenticate the transaction, entering the relevant information and a one-time automatically generated PIN which is shown on the display. This technology has been developed in close cooperation with Visa, to provide a solution for fighting online credit card fraud and usage of clone cards, and is suitable not only for online purchases, but also for those carried out via iPhone applications.

The one-time PIN code has a limited life (generally a few minutes), which makes hackers’ and credit card thieves’ job useless, as they generally are able to obtain only the credit card number, name of the cardholder and CVC 3-digit security code. This information will not be enough to validate transactions carried out via this new card, and actual use will only be possible for those who not only get a hold of the card, but also have the relevant access codes.

Currently, the solution provided by Emue is being tested by some banks in Switzerland, France, Italy and the UK, and in the future it could become the defining standard for security of our credit cards when used online.

Mantis, the largest UK-made unmanned aircraft

November 18, 2009 Technology No Commenti

Mantis

The UK Ministry of Defense has just completed the maiden flight of Mantis, an unmanned aircraft with a wingspan of approximately 20 meters, suitable for long-range aerial surveillance and intelligence gathering operations. Its size makes it the largest vehicle of this kind ever built in the UK, and among the largest in Europe.

Manufactured by BAE Systems, it can be easily dismantled and loaded on a transport aircraft, thanks to the lack of hydraulic parts as it is entirely electrically powered. Thanks to this characteristic, Mantis is capable of being deployed with extreme flexibility, also for carrying military equipment, ammunition and weapons within war zones, especially on rough terrains.

Its high level of automation allows it to automatically detect a sensitive target, and to transmit the relevant information to the ground station, as well as autonomously manage the flight, so that ground operators will only have to concentrate on the quality of intelligence and not on the flight operation, thus reducing any possible risk of mission failure due to human errors.

At BAE Systems, Mantis is labeled as an UAS (Unmanned Aerial System) rather than an UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) thanks to these automation features, which make it easy to be integrated with other vehicles of this kind produced by the same manufacturer and supplied to the British Ministry of Defense.

It took only 19 months from the first sketches of the project to this maiden flight, thanks to the quick interaction among manufacturers of individual system parts, and the same waiting time is expected before seeing a second version of Mantis, to be developed according to information gathered from this first set of test flights.

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