As the weekend nears, we leave you with more news and application articles to keep you informed.
For those interested in the annual GDSF Asia 2010 tradeshow
we have a news article with all the information that you will need to stay in the know. SIA is under fire
as it receives criticism from IPSA over prosecution policy towards clients employing contracted unlicensed staff. Diebold announced as top sponsor
at next month’s Security Industry Association (SIA) Customer Appreciation Reception.
To round off we have news from Samsung as they announce that they will release 170 new security products during 2010 in a bid to offer customers total security solutions.
To end the working day we present our daily round-up. We have something for everyone – news, applications and more…
At the top of the pile we have news from CNL and their recent partnership deal with SHIELD Safety ans Security. This move is set to take advantage of the growing Middle East market. Instanbul’s Marriot Hotel opts for Bosch Security Systems CCTV solution. In Malaysia Cyberjaya has become the first Malaysian township to deploy a system that allows local police to remotely monitor the location of an incident thanks to network video solution. Is the US, Massachusetts College gets secured with Hikvision video surveillance solution.
And finally to top our selection, Milestone XProtect and IQeye act as Superman at Sweden’s largest supermarket chain.
Here are your daily news bites:
Universal Studios join Hikvision’s H.264 compression cards fan club to combat crime. Those visiting ISNR next month may want to swing by the CEM stand where they will be showcasing their latest access control solution. AMG Systems strengthens its position in India with the appointment of head of sales. Alvarion’s wireless broadband network reduces crime and vandalism in Israeli city by 60%.
To complete the round -up we have an announcement from Octavian as they appoint further board members…
Our top story today relates to the recent attempted terrorist attack in the North America. US head of homeland security meets official in Mexico to spruce up global aviation security standards. In the corporate world both CNL and SightLogix are making waves. We have an announcement from Sightlogix that it has appointed Access Direct Sales Inc. to as its distributor in Central and Eastern Canada. CNL also has appointed iValue InfoSolutions as distributor of its physical security software.
For those hungry for application articles, in Agadir, Morocco 5-star Atlantic Palace Hotel in opts for Hikvision megapixel cameras to enhance its security system and in Glasgow Bosch MIC Series 400 cameras are making a difference in crime prevention, read more…
To start your week of we have energy saving news and announcements from handful of security insiders.
First up, Schneider Electric to showcase security, energy management and building control solutions at BSEC 2010. At the tradeshow Schneider Electric draws upon the findings of reports that show that integrated security systems make pupils feel safe. Next is news from Myrasis who have announced that their open VCA platform meets ONVIF and PSIA standards.
And last but not least, we have an application article from Honeywell regarding their installation of an IP system to meet changing security needs at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship campus in Dallas.
Today we have a bit of green news on the way from Raytec and some interesting application to delve into…
As the world gets greener we have news from Raytec, who are taken on the challenge head on. Raytec CCTV lights using LED Technology saved major power station a whopping £45,000. At the University of Portsmouth a little Merlin magic is installed as Initsys ARC software is integrated with the existing security system. The 09′ Open Golf Championship put Safety and Security at the top of its agenda with the installation of Panasonic IP CCTV cameras. Steel giant voestalpine entrusts Nedap’s access control solution to optimise its security policy.
Lasty, Liverpool John Moores University will be a little bit more secure as it adopts CEM’s one-card access control system.
Another day has dawned and once again we have a line up of news and editorial pieces for you to digest. First up, according to HID and Assa Abloy the introduction of Hi-O, a new concept for electronic door solutions, will revolutionise the access control industry – read the full article…
At Intersec 2010 CBC claims success as they are “inundated” with enquiries for their surveillance products. Gwent police are on a high as they receive a state-of-the-art Incident Command Unit from Excelerate Technology.
And to round up, Sightlogix chooses Pinnacle Marketing to draw from its successful history in security marketplace.
For today’s news bite countdown we start with strong words from SIA spoken against the New Hampshire legislature set to ban all uses of biometrics for government or private use, SIA voices opposition. In other news, Verint’s video security technology ensures passenger safety onboard TransLink vehicles and the UK Government stresses importance on counter-terror message at meeting with BSIA. To conclude, a new from IMS Research predicts 10 per cent growth in 2010 in Middle East market for CCTV and video surveillance.
We are back with your daily round up of our top news. At the top of the pile there is an announcement from Panasonic as it reports back on its success at this year’s BETT 2010 show. From CEM comes an government application where it’s cost-effective access control solution proves to be more than successful. The Integrated System Europe tradeshow reports on the great success of the show with a 14.4 per cent rise in attendees.
And finally, Integrated Biometrics secures a Lenel factory certificate for its biometric access control solution.
Happy Monday to you!
To start this week’s daily round-up we have news from the organisers of Counter Terror Expo 2010. The article raises concerns over the recent release of the damning report published by the influential Home Affairs Committee, in which it accuses the government of institutional inertia over terrorism.
Those who will be heading to SAE 2010 will be happy to learn of the new Buyers-Sellers Value Programme, which will offer a more pro-active model to trade participation by promising exhibitors confirmed appointments with prospective buyers.
Lastly, at Burnley F.C. football ground ACT have stepped in to provide a new access control solution to provide a higher level of security at the premiership football ground.