In today’s line up we have a mix bag of news updates for you…
At the recent ISC West tradeshow RISCO Group Inc. announced its partnership with PSA Security Network as vendor. Under the agreement, more than 285 systems integrators who are part of the world’s largest electronic security buying cooperative will have access to RISCO Group, Inc.’s industry-leading integrated system technologies. Also at the show Nio Security Inc. unveiled a sweeping series of announcements related to worldwide company momentum and strategic planning.
In another partnership deal Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) and the German Research Institute for the Artificial Intelligence joined up to provide integrated solutions for civil safety and security.
Lenel customers are in for a treat as it integrates its technology with IQinVision products to increased its support of the IQeye standard and HD Megapixel camera product lines.
For the finale – Reliance High-Tech is on a high as its lone worker protection solution is certified as BS 8484 compliant following stringent inspection.
Today’s round-up features a selections of applications and corporate news to keep you in the know…
For those attending this year’s PROTECT 2010 we have detailed information on what you will see at the show -why not take a look. At On-Net Surveillance systems it is recruiting more staff to meet growing demand of the IP video surveillance control and management software market. Pecan CCTV are also on trend as they unveil a brand new look and feel to their website.
In the realm of video analytics VCA technologies is making headway as it sells 35,000 VCAsys software license. The company announced that it the success of the video analytic software has been swift due to its adoption in a range of edge devices such as network cameras.
Lastly, Ingersoll and Access Smart have come together to offer customers more options to their contact-less credentials for more than just access control.
As the security industry recovers from a ISC West week, we have some corporate tradeshow news for you sink your teeth into.
At the helm we have the appointment of Gary Green as Director of sales at SightLogix. Staying with the corporate world at Sanyo’s CCTV division there is a new European sales manager in the form of David Hammond.
With PROTECT 2010 conference under way we have an announcement from Sony who will be exhibiting it s IP-video surveillance system that enables user to protect and safeguard their assets. Also round the corner is IFSEC where Nedap will be showcasing its latest innovations in surveillance products.
Lastly, Panasonic USA has stroke a partnership deal with Quadrox and Aloha for integrated network video solution.
It’s Friday, the last day of ISC West and to cap it off we have yet more announcements from the show…
At the Samsung stand there is a new chip on the block as it unveils its newW5 series chipset for analogue cameras. Arecont Vision showcases a world first as it introduces its H.264 dual mode 10MP CCTV camera. Panasonic US has a mega offer running. It is offering special promotional pricing for two economical IP network camera/NVR bundled systems. It’s all about Fire at the Honeywell stand as it showcases its fire monitoring and notification interface.
Moving away from ISC West to the corporate world for our last news bite of the week, Pelco is pleased to announce the successful integration of multiple top Pelco video products with the Alvarion wireless platform, as Alvarion joins the Pelco Partner First Program.
We are bursting with ISC West updates in today’s round up. We start with an application piece from Honeywell on none other than the Las Vegas strip. Honeywell gave the security industry a first-hand look at the multi-million dollar video surveillance system that is helping to secure the newest mega complex on the block. At the exhibition Axis is introducing its top-of-the-line, 5-megapixel fixed network cameras with HDTV 1080p performance.
Transmission solution provider American Fibertek is also unveiling its line of fibre optic transmission solutions designed specifically for video surveillance and security applications.
If you are looking for integrated systems why not visit the RISCO stand where they will be showing a range of their diverse technological innovations.
Lastly, VIVOTEK celebrates its 10th anniversary in the IP surveillance market.
With ISC West underway and IFSEC 2010 on the horizon, we start the news round up with an announcement from Samsung on its product offering at IFSEC
. “We are looking forward to demonstrating our new intruder detection, access control and door entry systems to visitors,” said James Smith, European Marketing Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. At ISC West there is a new debutante in access control solutions
, advanced KeyWatcher solutions from Morse Watchmans.
In the corporate security world, Sinovia and Pelco have signed a partnershipdeal to welcome Sinovia into the Pelco’s Partner First Program. Also, Martin Morris joins Grandstream’s IP video surveillance UK sales team to boost the company’s presents in the UK market.
At the top of the security news pile today we have an announcement from Axis Communication of great success. According to the network / IP provider it delivered a growth if 17 per cent in sales for 2009.
In New Hampshire, lawmakers have sided overwhelmingly with the Security Industry Association (SIA) on a crucial biometrics issue, found out more…
Honeywell have teamed up with Smith & Wesson Security Services to add Honeywell products to their security offering. Mobotix announces the arrival of its video IP Door Station T24 at this year’s Light+Building in Frankfurt, Germany. The new video IP Door Station, T24, is based on the international video telephony standard VoIP/SIP.
Lastly as ISC West has is on the brink of opening its doors, we have a article announcing VideoIQ plans to showcase its new range of iCVR-MP intelligent megapixel dome cameras.
To start the week we have not one but two articles from VIVOTEK. In the first VIVOTEK reports great success after hosting its first ever IP surveillance roadshow. Sticking with VIVOTEK, they also exhibited their IP network solutions at this year’s TechSec Solutions 2010 tradeshow.
Another tradeshow to watch out for is the Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF) which highlights IP video trends, benefits and applications. The show is held concurrently with SecuTech Expo 2010, brings together industry heavyweights from all over the world.
And for the finale, a joint venture between Hikvision’s network cameras and Mirasys NVR solution to build an effective solution with both brands.
To round up this week is another mix of news for you. ASIS International has announced that CEO of The Security Company Martin Smith is to give a presentation on the human factor in security at the ASIS conference to be held in Lisbon next month. Plustek Technology and Axis Communications recently hosted a seminar discussing surveillance and network security. On the management side, Basler Vision Technologies has appointed a new regional sales manager for its IP camera series and Octavian Security has relocated its headquarters to Pride Park in Derby to facilitate future growth of the business. Lastly, according to British Security Industry Association (BSIA) reports, the use of Video Content Analysis (VCA) as a security measure is increasing. That’s all for this week – have a good weekend everyone!
We have a good mix of news for you today. We start with Bosch, who have hit the hall of fame at SICUR 2010 with their Bosch Professional Series intrusion detectors. QNAP has also announced that it will be joining a whole host of manufacturers and industry providers at this year’s ISC West 2010 tradeshow.
Chubb fire is celebrating after wining an extensive new contract with national greeting cards retailer, Card Factory, to supply all new shops with fire extinguishers. Samsung and SureView have agreed an ongoing integration programme which reflects that Samsung will be introducing 170 new security products during 2010.
And to end our round up, why not check our latest Expert Commentary article on the potential capabilities of Power-over-Ethernet, it could prove very insightful.