Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Metal Detectors

Metal detectors use electromagnetic fields to detect the presence of metallic objects. They exist in a variety of walk-through, hand-held, and vehicle-mounted models and are used to search personnel for hidden metallic objects at entrances to airports, public schools, courthouses, and other guarded spaces; to hunt for landmines, archaeological artifacts, and miscellaneous valuables; and for the detection of hidden or unwanted metallic objects in industry and construction. Metal detectors detect metallic objects, but do not image them. An x-ray baggage scanner, for example, is not classed as a metal detector because it images metallic objects rather than merely detecting their presence.

Metal detectors use electromagnetism in two fundamentally different ways, active and passive. Active detection methods illuminate some detection space—the opening of a walk-through portal, for example, or the space directly in front of a hand-held unit—with a time-varying electromagnetic field. Energy reflected from or passing through the detection space is affected by the presence of conductive material in that space; the detector detects metal by measuring these effects. Passive detection methods do not illuminate the detection space, but take advantage of the fact that every shielded detection space is already permeated by the Earth's natural magnetic field.

Walk-through metal detectors - Walk-through or portal detectors are common in airports, public buildings, and military installations. Their portals are bracketed with two large coils or loop-type antennae, one a source and the other a detector. Electromagnetic waves (in this case, low-frequency radio waves) are emitted by the source coil into the detection space. When the electromagnetic field of the transmitted wave impinges on a conducting object, it induces transient currents on the surface of the object; these currents, in turn, radiate electromagnetic waves. These secondary waves are sensed by the detector coil.

Hand-carried metal detectors - Metal detectors small enough to be hand-held are often used at security checkpoints to localize metal objects whose presence has been detected by a walk-through system. Some units are designed to be carried by a pedestrian scanning for metal objects in the ground (e.g., nails, loose change, landmines). All such devices operate on variations of the same physical principle as the walk-through metal detector, that is, they emit time-varying electromagnetic fields and listen for waves coming back from conducting objects. Some ground-search models further analyze the returned fields to distinguish various common metals from each other. Hand-carried metal detectors have long been used to search for landmines; however, modern landmines are often made largely of plastic to avoid this cheap and obvious counter-measure. New technologies, especially neutron activation analysis and ground-penetrating radar, are being developed to search for nonmetallic landmines.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Protect your Vehicle with Surveillance Cameras

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1.51 lakh vehicles were stolen in 2011  in India
1.54 lakh vehicles were  stolen in 2012 in India
1. 65 lakh vehicles were stolen in 2013 in India

On an average, three vehicles are lifted in different parts of Delhi every one hour.
While on an average 1,343 vehicles are registered in the Capital every day, 70 two- or -four wheeler are stolen daily.
On an average, three vehicles are lifted in different parts of Delhi every one hour.

Car stereo sets, car brand emblems and other accessories are in huge demand in Mumbai’s grey market. The music systems are usually sold in Kurla’s Chor Bazaar while the emblems are sold both at the Chor Bazaar as well as in some garages in Kalina and Kurla.
Delhi  is apparently referred to as the ‘one-way godown’ among car thieves.  Behind every stolen car lies a huge network of the inter-state gangs, operating in seven to eight well-organised modules.

The number of car thefts is increasing and is certainly a matter of concern.  Bring in new technology to halt incidents of vehicle theft.  Step up vigil across to curb vehicle theft incidents.
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Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Is your Child Safe?

Children are the flowers whose cologne makes not just your house but the world such a pleasant and joyful place. However crimes against children is on the rise . As per NCRB there is a constant and steep increase in the crimes against children . Around 60000 children go missing every year and only a small fraction of them are ever traced. The situation is even worse when it comes to the metropolitan  cities .Many kids are forced into child labour, flesh traded and even prostitution . 

Primary reason for the poor state in the big cities is that the parents are forced to leave their children alone for their work. However a majority of crimes against children can be avoided with simple precautions. Surveillance of the house and it’s entrances can be instrumental in preventing suspicious and dangerous people from entering your house . With the help of this technique children can easily spot unwanted guests and can alert their parents and guardians when the children are alone . Installing door gate operators will further ensure that no stranger can exploit the situation wherein outdated and week locks are present on the gates which can be easily opened with hardly any effort . 


Installation of alarms is also a great option as it would alert the entire neighborhood in case of unauthorized access to your house which can be extremely helpful in such circumstance .To sum up our societies and localities are facing a big threat and when the safety of your children is at stake it leaves no room for being ignorant .Its high time that we wake up from our long sleep of ignorance towards this issue else it would reach our homes and our children .

Leave the safety of your house and children to us and stay relaxed and safe.

- Devkaran Singh

Monday, 17 August 2015

Fire Alarms

Safety is not a gadget but a state of mind. To enjoy one's life smooth, we all should be alert in the aspect of our safety. And in the path to live our life safely, CINT is one of the best company who provides us a complete range of security products such as video surveillance, fire alarms, intrusion detectors, gate automation and so on. These amazing people are our best friends who care for us a lot and also everyone's security is their primary concern. The only real security is not in owning or possessing, not in demanding or expecting, not in hoping, even. Security is a relationship lies neither in looking back to what it was, nor forward to what it might be, but living in the present and accepting it as it is now.

Fire alarms is an incredible example for the purpose of Safety and Security. It is mostly used in malls, houses, transports, airports,railways etc. Fire detectors can easily detects the fire as well as the smoke and also helps us to save thousands of lives. If there is a short circuit, the fire alarm alerts us before the whole place catches the fire.

One of the fabulous example of fire alarm is Delhi, Gujarat Bhawan on kautilya marg, Chanakyapuri area. According to the reports, a fire that broke out in the basement was doused only because of the awareness of the fire detectors. According to the cops, this was happened due to the short circuit but because of the God's grace there were no casualties or loss of property. Fire brigades are also very helpful to extinguish the major fire broke and save the huge number of peoples. So as a whole, fire alarms are the greatest security products which helps us from the fire or the loss of life of our loved ones.

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Prepare and prevent, don't repair and repent.


Friday, 14 August 2015

Security Concerns for 15th August

The general level of safety in India varies. There are ongoing issues related to violence and terrorism. The threat of terrorism in India remains a concern. Waking up to another day is a blessing, so don’t take it for granted. What do you feel? Are you protected???

As 15th August holds great importance in India. It was on this day in 1947 that India became independent. On this day our first Prime Minister, Pandit 

Jawaharlal Nehru, unfurled the National Flag at the Red Fort for the first time .On this day we take a pledge to defend our freedom with all our might. But are we really free in today’s time??

Days ahead of the Independence Day celebrations on August 15, the Union home ministry has issued a massive security alert to all states of possible terror attacks, with special focus on Delhi, Mumbai, and the border states of Jammu & Kashmir and Gujarat.

In Delhi, people celebrate this day with great enthusiasm. As there is a public holiday so they move into the city with their families enjoying the auspicious day. On one hand there is an increased security on such days whereas on other hand there seems to be more chances of danger and threats to the public. 

Security has, however, stepped up in major cities, especially at government buildings, hotels, sports venues, transport hubs and places of worship. The innocents are targeted mostly in public areas. So safety should be the major concern during this time. 

One should be alert while moving onto the roads, whether using private or public transport; people should keep a close and alert watch on their surroundings.

As life is too short to live unsafe, CINT provides you the solution to your security by giving you the surveillance high quality cameras, alarm systems, detectors & scanners and other safety products.

Everyone has a hand in safety, so let’s work together to keep the injuries and threats away from your place because the safe way is the best way.

- Priyanka Ahuja

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Eagle ­Eye

We all want a guardian angel in our home, business or factory. A guardian angel to watch over and protect what we have. But sometimes, we have to be our own guardian angel. In the modern era, mankind has reached great heights. Come what may, with technology we are now able to get a good night's sleep.
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CCTV cameras are today's guardian angels. They watch over us and protect us, having the capability to sense a danger way before it has a chance to affect us. These days, it has become a necessity for all buildings and structures to have at least some security, to provide surveillance, installed. We see surveillance security installations pretty much everywhere, be it malls, residences, stores, or roads. Surveillance provides safety for us and our loved ones, wherever and whenever.

CINT provides AHD cameras which are the future of security. If you have these, you are sure to be well protected and secure.

The link below shows our top ­edge equipment, you should surely check it out.

-Ishan Choudhary

Monday, 10 August 2015

The individual has a right to privacy!

Security cameras have become ubiquitous in many countries. Whereas before they appeared only in banks and at high-security areas, they are now entering public places such as malls, streets, stadiums and transport. Many people feel this affects their privacy. This essay will examine whether the advantages of these cameras outweigh their negative impact.

Surveillance cameras have several benefits. An obvious benefit is that the police can catch criminals in the act, thus reducing crime. This will make the streets safer for ordinary people. A more important point is that criminals, particularly young offenders or petty criminals will be deterred. They will not be tempted to carry out crimes, and thus society will be a lot safer. Cameras are also cost-effective and unobtrusive. Authorities do not need to spend large amounts of money on police.

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However, security cameras are far from being a perfect solution. The biggest objection concerns privacy. Many people feel that they should be free to travel or move around a shop, mall, street or country without being photographed or recorded. They feel that being watched constantly is like being in a jail, and that ordinary people are losing their freedom because of these devices. Another point is that although the police say that only criminals have something to fear from the cameras, many people do not trust governments with too much information. Corrupt authorities could use information in the wrong way or twist it to victimize some groups. Thirdly, cameras and computers can make mistakes.

In conclusion, although there are definite advantages to using surveillance devices such as cameras, we need to balance the need for security with respect for the individual’s privacy and freedom. 

-Palak Ahlawat

Thursday, 6 August 2015

How Safe Are You ?

If we review the crime statistics in Delhi, we will observe a major uproar in crime rates. In the capital, we observed a 300% rise in house thefts and a six fold rise in robberies, in just a matter of a year. 

These statistics are sufficient to make us all wonder how about safe we truly are. 

We work hard all day, earn what we deserve and try to store it safely at our home or bank. We would also spend a fraction of that money on buying other stuff or on our other needs. But what we do fail to realize is that storing it is not enough.

Crime is on a rise, even banks are robbed, major enterprises are also not safe these days. Under such circumstances, how can we expect to survive and sustain what what we have earned and what we deserve?

Security is what provides us with safety. Without safety, we could lose all that we have in a matter of seconds.

How can we be safe? 
To be safe, it is important to rely on a liable and up­ to ­date security firm that can provide you with the necessities that you require to protect yourself from harm.

I believe that CINT is the perfect source for security. It maintains its position as the most reliable integrator and solution provider in the industry. What else could one ask for? It is also very important to understand that with security, one can also protect the lives of themselves as well as their loved ones. Be safe.

-Ishan Chaudhary