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  • Communications Axis
  • Brivo
  • Cameraman
  • Genetec
  • Honeywell Security Group
  • ADT Security Services
  • Cloudastructure
  • Duranc
  • Ivideon
  • Neovsp
  • Nest Laboratories
  • Pacific checks
  • smartvue
  • Camcloud
  • Cameraftp
  • Eagle Eye Networks

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Video Surveillance as a Service Market Segment By Application:

  • Commercial
  • Infrastructure
  • Residential
  • Military and Defense
  • Institutional
  • Industrial

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Based on geography, the global video surveillance as a service market has been segmented as follows:

    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Is a new dawn looming for the aviation industry? Mon, 27 Jun 2022 02:19:00 +0000

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June 27, 2022 7:49 a.m. STI

Singapore, 27th June (ANI): Last week, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) updated its outlook for the airline industry’s financial performance in 2022, citing the accelerating pace of recovery after the COVID-19 crisis.
Forecasts released at IATA’s annual general meeting in Doha on June 20 also predicted that passenger numbers would reach 83% of pre-pandemic levels in 2022 due to strong pent-up demand, lifting travel restrictions in most markets, low unemployment. in most countries, and expanded personal savings.
This more optimistic outlook is reflected in the latest Singapore Airlines (SIA) operating statistics for May 2022 released earlier in June. SIA said it carried more than 1.7 million passengers at the group level (which includes low-cost carrier, Scoot and its main brand, Singapore Airlines) in May. This is a staggering 1,326% increase from a year ago and 17.4% more than last month. Compared to a year ago, its passenger capacity has increased by 126%.
The SIA statement said the strong rebound in air travel that continued into May 2022 was due to Singapore’s easing of border restrictions that began in April, which removed “the need for quarantine and testing COVID-19 on arrival for fully vaccinated travelers and the removal of on-departure COVID-19 pre-tests.” He added that “aside from North Asia, travel demand has recovered quickly across all regions of the route.”
SIA Group’s passenger capacity (measured in available seat-kilometres) reached 61% of pre-COVID-19 levels in May 2022, four percentage points higher than the previous month. The passenger load factor (PLF) for the month reached a level not seen since the start of the pandemic at 78.2%. This is an improvement of 5.5 percentage points month over month or 63.9 percentage points year over year.
However, freight load factor was 22.3% lower year-on-year at 65.4% as freight capacity (tonne-kilometre capacity) increased by 30.2% following the resumption of passenger flights, which led to an increase in the belly hold. space.
IATA also expects poorer cargo performance from airlines this year. The airline organization said there will be a 10.4% drop in global air cargo yields in 2022 compared to 2021 as the global economy slows. However, this only partially reverses yield increases of 52.5% in 2020 and 24.2% in 2021. Overall, IATA forecasts cargo revenues to reach $191 billion this year, i.e. 7% less than in 2021 but more than double those before. pandemic revenues of USD 100 billion in 2019. The industry is expected to transport more than 68 million tons of cargo in 2022, which is a record.
“Airlines are resilient. Passengers are traveling more and more. And cargo is doing well amid growing economic uncertainty,” said Willie Walsh, IATA’s chief executive.
The industry organization further said that the general improvement in the aviation sector’s financial performance will be led by North American airlines, which are expected to make a profit of $8.8 billion in 2022. Globally, it now expects losses to narrow to $9.7 billion from its October 2021 estimate of a loss of $11.6 billion. At the height of the pandemic, the industry lost $137.7 billion in 2020 and $42.1 billion in 2021. IATA estimated that industry-wide profitability is within reach by 2021.
IATA added: “Efficiencies and improved yields help airlines reduce losses even with rising labor and fuel costs. The association also said it expects net delivery of more than 1,200 aircraft in 2022 due to industry optimism and commitment to reducing emissions.
Despite the optimistic outlook, IATA also highlighted some risk factors.
The war in Ukraine is one of them. The war is driving up fuel prices, which could dampen travel demand as airfares rise and consumer demand declines.
The conflict is also causing flights to be rerouted by carriers that would normally use airspace in the affected region, resulting in higher costs. About 7% of international passenger traffic and 19% of international cargo shipments normally pass through Russian airspace. The biggest impact is in the specialized area of ​​heavy freight, where Russia and Ukraine are the market leaders, and the corresponding loss of capacity will be difficult to replace.
Other negative factors are rising inflation which is affecting consumers’ purchasing power, rising interest rates which are impacting airline borrowing and the strength of the US dollar which will also dampen growth. by increasing the local currency price of all debt denominated in US dollars. and increases the burden of paying for fuel imports denominated in US dollars.
There is always the specter of an outbreak of a dangerous new variant of COVID-19.
In its outlook, IATA stressed that it assumes a gradual easing of COVID-19 related restrictions in China in the second half of 2022. China’s domestic market is the world’s second largest domestic aviation market and also accounts for around 10 % of world air transport. traffic in 2019. A prolonged implementation of its tough COVID-19 policy will continue to depress the country and wreak havoc on global supply chains.
IATA’s Walsh urged governments to continue to keep their borders open, saying: “Border closures create economic hardship but do little in terms of controlling the spread of the virus. With high levels population immunity, advanced treatment methods and monitoring procedures, the risks of COVID-19 can be managed.”
“Now is a time for optimism, although there remain challenges on costs, particularly fuel, and some lingering restrictions in a few key markets,” Walsh continued. “People who longed for the freedom to fly are taking flight again – and in growing numbers. By next year, most markets are expected to see traffic reach or exceed pre-pandemic levels.” (ANI)

Aatmanirbhar Bharat in Defense Sector 2022 Sat, 25 Jun 2022 08:43:23 +0000

Aatmanirbhar Bharat: The Indian government has launched a number of important initiatives over the past year to improve our defense manufacturing capabilities, arms export targets and missile sectors by 2025. India exported defense equipment worth Rs. 8,434.84 crores in 2020-21 compared to Rs. 1,940.64 crores in 2014-2015.

In September 2021, the Ministry of Defense announced a Rs 22 billion contract with TataAirbus for the acquisition of 56 C295 aircraft for the Indian Air Force (IAF) in the defense industry. In November 2021, Rajnath Singh and Raksha Mantri inaugurated the first private defense facility in the Uttar Pradesh Defense Industrial Corridor (UPDIC) in Lucknow.

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The facility, operated by Aerolloy Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of PTC Industries, will produce aircraft and helicopter engine parts, structural parts for aircraft, drones and unmanned aerial vehicles, submarines, ultra-light artillery, launchers and strategies. systems.

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The Indian government is focusing on innovative solutions to strengthen the country’s defense and security through “Innovations for Defense Excellence” (IDEX), which provides a platform for start-ups to collaborate with industrial entities and to develop new technologies and new products in the field of defence. next five years. (20212026). By working with partner incubators, IDEX was able to engage the startup community to participate in the Defense India Startup Challenge (DISC) program.

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The Ministry of Defense has set a target of 70% self-sufficiency in weapons by 2027, which is good for industry players. The department has implemented a Green Channel Status (GCS) policy to encourage and support private sector investment in defense production.

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The MBT “Arjun” Mk1A was handed over by the Prime Minister to the Indian Army on 14 February 2021, and the Ministry of Defense (MoD) placed an order with the Heavy Vehicle Factory, Avadi, Chennai, for provide 118 Main Battle (MBT).

On September 23, the Indian Army will receive the Arjun Mk1A. The “Shakti” electronic warfare system was designed and developed by the Defense Electronics Research Laboratory (DERL) Hyderabad, a laboratory of the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), and was launched and handed over to the Indian Navy by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on November 19, 2021.

INS Visakhapatnam, the first vessel of Project 15B, was delivered to Indian Navy by Mazagon Dock Limited in Mumbai on October 28, 2021, and commissioned at IN by Raksha Mantri on November 21, 2021.

Areas requiring special attention

We must be aware that the nation has a host of security issues that go beyond the confines of the conventional battlefield. In this regard, newly emerging threats are more related to cyberspace, space, surveillance and homeland security. A “nation-wide” approach is needed to address the challenges. We may need to look at how countries like Israel, Britain, and the United States use the technical parameters of intelligence to gain a full understanding. They understand the difference between the domains and have used appropriate smart weapons to counter them.

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Securing our borders is the main priority. Therefore, the recent budget proposal to create ‘vibrant cities’ along the northern borders is a step in the right direction. The budget also hints at the formulation of supportive policies and regulations for the “Dawn Treader” sectors of artificial intelligence (AI), spatial data systems, space, genomics and clean mobility systems.

These dual-use technologies can be developed in cooperation with armed forces for civilian and military purposes simultaneously, as well as for capacity building in asymmetric areas. Similarly, the defense needs of strategic rail development can be well synchronized with the rail budget. The development of the IT sector, in particular the deployment of 5G and the development initiatives of the North East, must also target defense and security needs.

We must focus on new weapon systems such as drones and base our war strategies on their use. Let go of the conventional way of thinking. Much has been said about the acquisition of light tanks for the northern front. Suck through drones and use our Vajra9 self-propelled howitzer, which weighs 50 tons and is capable of hitting enemy targets 50 kilometers away. These howitzers can also rotate at zero radii, essentially in the same spot.

Emphasis must be placed on our reconnaissance and surveillance capabilities. The operational environment requires combat readiness across the full spectrum of warfare, from contact to high technology, in the land, sea, air, space and cyber domains, through what has been called the “computation of computerized warfare” (high technology). This must be specific to India, with no one-size-fits-all solution. This requires high technology deployment costs.

It’s time for workers to put on the right shoes. It’s in a field that has all the technologies available globally that can challenge. This extraordinary challenge has been imposed on India by a troubled neighborhood and exacerbated by unresolved border disputes. India has no choice but to rise to the challenge. The recent statement of General Naravane, COAS, also underlined this aspect.

For upgrading technology-based systems, we can hire startups that meet our specific needs. Although we have 250 startups registered under the IDEX program, the focus should be on quality over quantity. Be careful in assuming that adding the technical capabilities of various new companies to the Indian Army could benefit not only citizens and defense personnel, but also businessmen and government officials who are committed to developing self-sufficiency.

The current situation in India

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has again shown the importance of achieving self-sufficiency in the defense sector, as India still depends on Russia for almost 60% of its military equipment, and the war created uncertainty about future supplies from Russia.

According to the SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute) report, India accounted for 11% of global arms imports between 2017 and 2021. India is one of the largest arms importers in the world. India depends on Russia for almost 60% of its defense. Defense equipment imports from France increased in 2017-21, making France India’s second largest supplier during this period.


India is taking steps to increase the share of defense equipment manufactured in the country. We come from afar. But more investment and an accelerated process are needed for India to achieve self-sufficiency in defense in the near future.

Although the Indian government is taking steps to boost the national defense industry, the investments are not enough to achieve full self-sufficiency. Furthermore, India should focus on exhibiting Indian equipment at global arms fairs to boost its export market.

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As China plays down Tangshan aggression, women say their rights are under attack Thu, 23 Jun 2022 10:38:10 +0000
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When a mother was found chained in a shed in winter in Fengxian, Jiangsu Province, authorities blamed mental illness. A few months later, when three women in Tianjin accused teachers of pushing them to have sex, they were criticized for not taking ownership of their decisions as adults.

This month, a group of men beat four women who were eating at a late-night barbecue restaurant in Tangshan, Hebei province, after one of them failed to respond to advances from one of the men. Authorities blamed the attack, which hospitalized two of the women, on the prevalence of gangs in the area.

For years activists have struggled to shine a light on the country’s flippant attitudes towards violence against women only to be told that sex has little to do with it. Grassroots advocacy for women’s rights, including the #MeToo movement, has struggled in China, where it has come up against Beijing’s intolerance for activism and been accused of being a Western import. But as incidents and outrage mount, it becomes increasingly difficult to stifle debate.

Saga of chained mother-of-eight continues to trouble China, inspiring rare social activism

More and more women are refusing to be enlightened about the prevalence of sexism in Chinese society. “From Fengxian’s wife to the violent beatings of Tangshan, the ‘she’s in these situations are all vulnerable. Maybe next time it will be you, or me, or all of us,” wrote a blogger under the pen name Zhao Qiaoqiao in a popular comment on the incident.

“When a case turns into an incident and when an incident turns into a phenomenon, only then will society pay attention and try to solve this problem,” Zhao wrote.

In a post that was later censored, another blogger asked, “Why is it that with the Tangshan incident, they not only become gender blind, but do everything possible to erase the gender dimension from this incident ?”

Video footage of the attack in the early hours of June 10 in Tangshan shows a man approaching a table of women and placing his hand on one of their backs. The woman pushes him away. After a second exchange, he slaps her. When his friends try to intervene, other men rush to the table and punch them, dragging one of them outside and repeatedly kicking him to the ground as the others watch. guests.

Tangshan authorities have launched a public safety campaign and pledged to crack down on crime, with police stationed throughout the city and at restaurants. An eminent sociologist wrote in an essay that it was an “ordinary incident” of threats to public order, arguing that it “resulted from sexual harassment but did not reflect gender discrimination in society”.

Articles about the incident and gender-based violence have been deleted, including a who called on the government and state media to stop avoiding talking about feminism. Weibo, the microblogging website, banned 265 accounts for “inciting gender conflict” while discussing the violence in Tangshan.

The response is in line with other campaigns to limit fallout on such episodes. Online support for a landmark #MeToo lawsuit in which a former intern accused a prominent TV host of sexual assault last year has been heavily censored. An activist who tried to visit the woman found chained outside Jiangsu in eastern China was detained by police in March.

Last year, Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, who alleged on social media that a senior official had pressured her into having sex, disappeared from public view for weeks before recanting in carefully managed interviews.

In April, the official Weibo account of the Communist Youth League of China posted a publication claiming that “extreme feminism has become a malignant tumor on the internet”.

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Wang Yu, a Beijing-based rights lawyer, said such a framing is in line with official messages on women’s rights in China.

“The government is concerned about people talking about gender because any discussion of human rights is considered sensitive by officials, and that includes women’s rights,” she said.

Still, observers say the movement has made some gains. Outrage over the chained mother case has inflamed netizens, spurring forms of online and offline activism rarely seen as the space for Chinese debate has shrunk.

A recent case of #MeToo online activism, drawing on a Taiwanese writer, also undermined criticism that Chinese feminists have been brainwashed by Western ideology.

In May, a woman alleged in a post on Weibo that an associate professor at Nankai University in Tianjin had used her position to trick her into having sex with him when she was a student. She cited Taiwanese author Lin Yi-han’s 2017 novel about a young girl seduced by her tutor, which is based on Lin’s life story. Lin committed suicide shortly after the book’s release.

“This case has tortured me for six years with several suicide attempts,” the woman wrote. “If I die, I hope the world will know my story,” reads the message, which could not be independently verified by The Washington Post. It drew 1.4 million likes as netizens called to prevent another tragedy like Lin’s.

In the wake of the message, two other teachers in Tianjin were accused of having relationships with students, and within a week the school fired the accused teacher for “having inappropriate relationships with women” and issued disciplinary action against the other two, according to a university statement.

Lu Pin, founding editor of Feminist Voices, a Chinese platform banned in 2018, said Lin’s book has become a symbol of women’s rights in China. The novel is eighth on a list of Top 250 books ranked by Douban, a popular review site. On a Lin fan page with over 22 million views, rape victims leave messages on their experiences.

“[Lin] speaks for many Chinese women in a culture that values ​​shame,” Lu said.

The attack in the late-night barbecue restaurant also struck a chord about women’s vulnerability. Despite efforts by Tangshan authorities to downplay the assault, the public continues to call for responses. On Monday, a trending topic on Weibo calling for an update on victims received more than a billion views.

“The more you hide the facts from people, the angrier the public will be. Then other speculations will follow, bringing more negative effects,” reads a widely circulated National Business Daily editorial.

Following public outrage, the Hebei Public Security Department issued a statement on Tuesday saying that the conditions of the two hospitalized victims had improved and that nine suspects had been arrested. Authorities also said Tangshan’s deputy police chief had been removed from his post and five other police officers were being investigated over their handling of the attack.

Censorship was swift, however, against any perceived activism over the incident. A woman from Shanghai had her account banned on Weibo after she posted a picture of her holding a sign asking for information on the status of women. A hashtag“I speak for the girls of Tangshan,” also appears to have been censored.

Yet women’s rights advocates say the feminist movement in China will persevere.

“The existence of the women’s movement is based on the needs in people’s hearts,” Lu said. “People are always waiting for the next opportunity to speak out. There is no way to eliminate this movement.

Lyric Li in Seoul contributed to this report.

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