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Mental Health First Aid

Stirling Global now delivers a one-day Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) course, delivered at our customer’s premises for ease of delivery to organisations. The course is designed to assist individuals with identifying mental health issues within the workplace, family members and with friends.

The course is delivered by our in-house paramedic that has vast expertise in the MHFA and broader first aid fields.

For more information, contact us at

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Stirling Global is now a Registered Training Organisation!

Stirling Global is now a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 45261), which allows us to certify the training courses on our scope.

Initially, we are delivering First Aid (Basic to Advanced levels) with added subject matter to apply first aid in mass casualty events, active shooter attacks or following bladed weapon attacks.

There will be more courses coming onto scope for government technicians in due course…..more to follow soon.

For more information, contact us at:

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Technical Surveillance Counter Measures

If only all listening devices were as easy to find as this one! Very much an amateur effort!
To ensure your organisation is protected against attacks of this nature and from more sophisticated attacks, please contact us and see how we can assist you.

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Digital Barriers ThruVis Security Screening – 1,000 people per hour screening rate

Digital Barriers plc, the specialist provider of visually intelligent solutions to the global surveillance, security and safety markets, is pleased to confirm its ThruVis public safety solution has successfully and uniquely achieved a screening rate of up to 1,000 people per hour at peak times – estimated to be more than five times faster than traditional security lanes. There is no other technology available in the world today that can match this rate of high-throughput performance. This screening rate was achieved during the UK Government Security & Policing event in Farnborough, where ThruVis was part of an official high throughput screening demonstration.

ThruVis delivers a level of performance, flexibility and capability that cannot be matched by any other technology in the world. Unlike existing technology, it detects all types of items concealed in clothing, including non-metallics like explosives and ceramic knives, at stand-off distances of up to 10m. It is mobile, rapidly deployable, and operates without compromising people throughput, safety or privacy. Of equal importance, it is operationally ready for use, as confirmed by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) who have already conducted successful deployments in preparation for a wider rollout.

The unsurpassed screening rate of up to 1,000 people per hour comes at the same time as ThruVis has again achieved a 100% detection rate in blind trials with government agencies in Asia Pacific, who continue to plan wide scale deployments of the capability over the coming years.

In aviation, ThruVis delivers the potential to materially enhance the screening of passengers in expedited security lanes and of staff using employee security channels. In the public safety market it provides an additional layer of security for mass transit terminals and crowded public spaces that have been the subject of recent attacks.

ThruVis can also now be deployed alongside the company’s SmartVis Face solution, to raise immediate alarms when concealed threats or people who may present a security risk enter protected locations. SmartVis Face has been designed to deliver high-throughput, standoff screening against known watch lists, and it was also successfully showcased at the UK Government Security & Policing event to government security and defence delegations from around the world.

“ThruVis is a game-changing technology that meets a pressing security need without disrupting people flow or detracting from the visitor or traveller experience,” said Zak Doffman, CEO of Digital Barriers. “The addressable market for this solution is now being measured in many thousands of units over the coming years, which will deliver a very significant payback on the ten years of development and more than £100m of investment that has resulted in this unique technology.”

Contact Stirling Global for more information.

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EOMAX Wolfpack Added

EOMAX Wolfpack is a modular, tactical ISR system, leading the field with their Mil-Spec, fully integrated product range.

From flexible borescopes to Long Range thermal cameras, there is a system for all organisations to improve their protection, search, surveillance and clearance operations.

Take a look – nothing else compares!


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New cameras added

Take a look at the new Visual Engineering dome cameras added today. Also coming soon are the new body-worn cameras from Zepcam and dog cameras from Visual Engineering – keep coming back to see more additions to our collection!

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Tracer LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) Battery with carry handle

Ideal batteries for powering motors and where higher output current is required. LiFePO4 batteries are the safest battery technology. These sealed units are waterproof to IP64 standard.They can be used with or without the supplied neoprene pouch. A spring loaded handle allows easy carriage.

Commonly used in electric carts and bilge pumps on yachts, along with other bespoke power solutions.

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TosiBox is here!

Today’s problem – everything’s connected, but still inaccessible

According to popular opinion you can access anything you need, anywhere, any time, thanks to the Internet. Except it’s not that easy. You’ll have files in your office; how do you get them when you’re out on the road? Or how do you send a file you’ve worked on, offline, back to your own systems? Today’s answer is of course to store files in the cloud, not on your computers. That works to a point, but it’s not the same as being able to log in to your own network and computers on it from anywhere, just as if you were sat at your desk and operate everything from afar.

Or maybe you just need to connect one network to another for some reason. Could be you have an office or three, or your shops need to talk to a central location, or you’ve got webcams, sensors, or anything else that needs to send data securely to and from otherwise disconnected networks.

TOSIBOX was invented to solve all these problems. It is the easiest and most secure way to connect networks together, or access them remotely.

What is TOSIBOX?

A TOSIBOX system comprises a Lock, which is a device connected to the network you wish to access. There’s also a Key, which is used on remote computers to connect to the Lock and from there, access the network the Lock is on.

All TOSIBOX Locks and Keys are part of the TOSIBOX public-key infrastructure (PKI) system of cryptographic authentication. But you don’t need to be a cryptographer to use TOSIBOX.

5 steps, 5 minutes

  1. Take your TOSIBOX Lock and Key out of their package.
  2. Plug in the power to the Lock, then connect it to your network by plugging in a network cable.
  3. Insert the TOSIBOX Key into the Lock and wait for the lights to flash to tell you it’sserialised (cryptographically connected to the Lock).
  4. Remove the Key and go travelling.
  5. Insert the Key into your Windows or Mac’s USB port, and connect back to the Lock.

It’s that easy. Your PC is now just as much part of the network as if it was back at base, and it doesn’t matter if both Lock and Key are behind firewalls. What you’ve done is used your TOSIBOX to establish what’s known as a VPN, or Virtual Private Network – an encrypted tunnel of data across the Internet from your PC to your base. There are many ways to create VPNs, but none as easy as TOSIBOX. For example, other VPN systems require you to do something called “opening ports on your firewall”, and get involved in things like “TCP/IP routing”, but not TOSIBOX.

Contact us for more information or view the products available in the Communications category.


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Land Forces 2016

Great to meet so many new and old faces at Land Forces 2016 in Adelaide last week. We have lots of follow-ups to work on and will get around to them in this week.

If you were unable to make it to the conference and would like more information on how we can assist your organisation with equipment and training, please let us know.

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Australian workers from Macmahon mining & engineering company kidnapped.

Australian workers from Macmahon mining & engineering company kidnapped.

Are your people prepared for a kidnapping attempt when travelling overseas? What action will they take? What advice have they received?
Is your company HQ prepared to manage a crisis and put a plan into action? Do you have a plan? Who will you contact? How will you contact them? How can you track your people?

If you can’t answer any of these questions, you are not doing enough to safeguard your people, assets and reputation.

Contact us to discuss Hostage Avoidance Training and ‘in country’ support:



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