Patrik Anderson

About Patrik Anderson

Patrik gets to think about planes, trains and automobiles every day (plus buses, boats, taxis and pretty much every other form of transportation). His favourite means of transport, however, is skiing.

Posts by Patrik Anderson:

    Understanding the options and costs of airport perimeter protection

    It is no surprise that having robust perimeter protection to avoid threats of intrusion is a top priority for airports. A new whitepaper from Axis, Perimeter protection for airports with intelligent video surveillance. Reflections on the service rendered and the return on investment, looks at the options available to airports for increasing detection and preventing intrusion […]

      Macro trends affecting public transportation

      Public transport is the lifeblood of a city, moving millions of inhabitants to their destinations and connecting different boroughs. To put the number of people relying on public transport into perspective, in 2016, the average weekday New York subway ridership was 5.7 million. If public transport were to cease, the city would seize up. Yet […]

        Future trends of intelligent video usage in public transport

        Large surveillance systems are often monitored manually today and security operators cannot view many video feeds at the same time. The level of concentration needed to keep an eye out for suspicious activities requires breaks and short intervals of work. In a market survey by international association of public transport UITP, one of the members […]

          Differences in how surveillance in public transport is regulated

          The legal regulations for video surveillance vary widely from country to country. The international association of public transport, UITP have asked their members in an international survey how the various aspects of legal framework regulates the use of video. They also investigated the values and opinions among the public transport operators and transit authorities of […]