On today’s weekly round up we take a look back at the big news stories that made the headlines.
The top story of the week goes to ONVIF who revealed that it would extend its scope to include physical access control systems. In other corporate news Visionhitech announced that it has joined the PSIA.
We had a whole host of application news stories ranging from around the globe. Ranging from CCTV camera installations in Northern Johannesburg restaurants to H.264 compression cards helping to monitor safety at Florida’s Xtreme Indoor Karting leisure venue.
Last but not least, in events news we featured our IFSEC review in pictures and some IFSEC award winners such as Panasonic who walked away with the title of ‘CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year 2010‘. Get more news…none
On today’s round up we have application news galore from across the globe.
At the top of the pile, we head to Aspen/Pitkin Country Airport where Quantum Secure’s SAFE biometric solution has been chosen to enhance physical access and identity management. In Bulgaria, the Municipal Agency gets secured thanks to VIVOTEK’s surveillance solution.
We move onto Dallas Love Field Airport in Texas where Avigilon’s surveillance system has been installed. Following the success of the installation, it is now being used to help Latin American airport executives to learn about successful airport modernisation projects. In Northern Johannesburg M1011 CCTV camera allows Chefs to do what they do best – cook a scrumptious meal.
Lastly, we finish the round up in Cardiff where Romad has donated its security solution for protection of volunteers at Cancer Research UK.none
The big announcement in today’s round up comes from ONVIF who have revealed that it will extend its scope to include physical access control systems. Also in corporate news, Visionhitech will be joining other leading members of the security industry at PSA-TEC show.
In terms of predictions within the industry, IMS Research has forecast that remote video monitoring will be the fastest growing server within remote monitoring market. For those interested in healthcare market, The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has published a new guide to aid the healthcare sector in the use of access control systems.
We end the round up with a winner. Panasonic have picked up the title of ‘CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year 2010‘, at the industry’s equivalent of the Oscars, the ‘IFSEC Security Industry Awards’. Not enough? Get more news…none
On today’s round up we focus on passenger safety and bring you some interesting security application news from around the world.
First up, in Madrid Axis’ network cameras have been chosen to improve passenger security on 2,300 of the city’s buses. Over in Puerto Rico’s new Sheraton Hotel & Casino, IndigoVision’s integrated surveillance system has been chosen to reinforce security. In Slovenia’s Spar retail supermarkets, Spica’s time management and access control system is helping to monitor staff.
In event news Vivotek have announced that they will be showcasing their latest IP cameras at ExpoSec 2010. At the Transport Security Expo ‘effective security for freights on passenger flights‘ will be key issue to be discussed.
Lastly in corporate news, Mirasys has extended its video surveillance product offering to Italy and Thailand with new offices opening in the regions.none
To end the working week we look at some interesting security applications and take a peak at some more news headlines.
At the BBC, Bosch’s AEGIS UFLED infrared illuminators has become the solution of choice for night-time surveillance. It has recently been used in a number of high profile BBC natural history programmes. Florida’s Xtreme Indoor Karting leisure venue has opted for Hikvision H.264 compression cards to help it monitor safety and analyse races.
In corporate world of security a new join to the Optelecom-NKF is set to bolster video surveillance solution sales in the EMEA market. In upcoming events, Brickcom Corporation and Network Video Systems are to host a Technology Roadshow.none
“The week that was” is the theme for the weekly news round up today. We take a look at the some of our top stories. First up, it was all smiles for Dedicated Micros at the IFSEC Awards as they picked up the award for integrated security product. At the Verint and Arecont stands at IFSEC it was all about high-definition technology and H.264.
Amongst applications stories NASA featured as it opted for Theia lenses to capture the Sierra Nevada mountain range. In Budapest Axis network cameras were chosen to reduce traffic jams in the capital. Not enough? Get more news…none
On today’s round up we begin with a little bit of IFSEC post -show news. It was all about IP at the Verint stand as it launched its new line of single- and multi-port edge devices and high-definition, H.264-powered IP cameras. For Arecont vision HD was the key, as it introduced its new full HD mode 1080p camera.
In the corporate world of security there is a new partnership in the form of Myrasis and D-link. This new venture aims to provide integrated IP surveillance management solutions to CCTV users. As the new UK government takes shape, BSIA looks forward to working with it to support the work of security industry.none
It’s all about IP as we kick off our news round up with the latest from Milestone followed by IP video surveillance specialist Mobotix and Dedicated Micros…
IP VMS sales is key on Milestone roadmap as it appoints Martin Brown as VP Sales Europe to focus on this area. Announcing their achievement for the first nine months of the fiscal year 2009/10 Mobotix reports a 15.3 per cent rise in revenue. To highlight its IP portfolio DM showcased its CamVu Mini-Dome range at IFSEC.
In applications news, Panasonic video surveillance systems has been chosen for a system upgrade at the world renowned H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, Florida.
Finally, another show date to add to the diary is 20-22 February 2011. Following a very successful 1st Middle East Security Conference held in 2009 in Dubai, UAE, ASIS International has announced that it will return to the region. Get more news!none
We start the Monday news round-up with an announcement from Aurora and Technetix who have joined forces in bid to widen the market for their surveillance solutions in Europe. Also in the corporate news, Honeywell Security Group EMEA has appointed Johnny Allia as new vice president and general manager.
In Israel’s security market G4S has licensed VideoCells’ Web Video Recorder to offer Israel’s residential and small business customers a new service. At Luxemburg airport Speed Identity biometric solution is set to enhance the airport security measures. And last but not least, New Jersey Performing Arts Centre has opted for NAV’s integrated video surveillance solution to secure the centre. Get more security news…none