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On today’s news round-up, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has reinforced its finding that the Brazilian electronic physical security market is thriving and is expected to grow to $1.1 billion by 2016. In the city of Xiamen, China, Axis Communications’ high definition (HD) CCTV solution has been deployed at the Command Centre of Xiamen Public Security Bureau to improve the security management.

In corporate news, David Cawley has been appointed Access Control Product Manager for Samsung. There is also a new recruit at the SANYO CCTV division, as it has appointed Stefan Teuber as Technical Manager for mainland Europe. Lastly, ASIS 2010 host city Dallas is a testament of how security technologies can help law enforcement improve public safety and enhance emergency preparedness. Read more security news…

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On the last day of ASIS 2010, we focus on the latest news from the show. IP standards were high on the agenda, as a number of manufacturers, such as Honeywell and Synectics, took part in the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance’s (PSIA) Interoperability Reception, showcasing their latest interoperable IP security products. Also at the show, Panasonic, March Networks and Altronix announced that they are each showcasing a range of innovative video surveillance products.

In other news, MOBOTIX announced a significant U.S. market growth over the past fiscal year with revenue increasing by 50 percent. According to the latest statistics from IMS Research, the global access control market is forecast to reach over $1.8 billion in 2010. Lastly, a UK-based psychiatric hospital has deployed Optex infrared intruder detectors to improve the hospital’s security system. Read more news…

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As ASIS 2010 hits day 2, we bring you the latest from the show. For those interested in powerful solutions for early threat detection, Xtralis is exhibiting its next generation of ADPRO® multi-site security solutions. Honeywell will be among several technology manufacturers taking part in the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance’s (PSIA) Interoperability Reception at the show. At the upcoming IP Expo in London, Axis Communications will demonstrate the benefits of an IP surveillance system.

In other news, MOBOTIX has announced significant U.S. market growth over the past fiscal year with revenue increasing by 50 percent. As the inquest for the 7/7 London bombings continues, the British Security Industry Association looks at the UK’s response, and how security technology is attempting to prevent another tragedy. Read more news…

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On today’s round-up, the latest IMS Research report on the post-recession access control market suggests that smart card adoption continues to grow in EMEA, while the Americas have emerged as the forerunner for SaaS and web-based access control systems. At the upcoming ASIS 2010 show, HID Global will be unveiling plans to license its Trusted Identity Platform (TIP). Also at the show, Synectics will be participating in the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance’s (PSIA) Interoperability Reception.

In other news, Promise Technology has established a new office in the Netherlands to provide customers throughout Europe with a greater range of facilities. Lastly, industry professionals are invited to attend GVD’s National IP Experience Roadshow (NIPX 2010) taking place in Dublin and Galway on 12 and 14 October. Read more security news…

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Having returned from a great show in Essen where the SourceSecurity.com team was present to take in the latest security innovations, the next stop is the ASIS International show, kicking off tomorrow in Dallas. To start the week, we bring you news from both tradeshows. Arecont Vision had new products to unveil at Essen including their new H.264 compact megapixel network cameras and MegaView surveillance cameras. Look out for our Essen Review coming next week. At ASIS, Infinova will be introducing their new network cameras which feature a 1/2.5″ progressive scan CMOS sensor.

In application news, LEGIC’s advant identification technology is being used for contactless parking metres in China. Lastly, Mayflex has announced that it will be distributing QNAP Security’s Linux-based NVRs, thus strengthening its video recording solutions portfolio. Read more security news…

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To end the week, we bring you news from the world of racing. Ben Collins, who hit the headlines after it was revealed that he was in fact “The Stig” on the British TV show Top Gear, is to make his feature debut on the rival show Fifth Gear sporting a Dedicated Micros-branded racing helmet. In corporate news, ACT has appointed ProvoaSecurity as an official distributor for the Portuguese market. G4S’s Murray Levine is to be honoured for his contribution to the security industry.

There is a new appointment at Delta Scientific as Greg Hamm joins the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. As Security Essen draws to a close later today, Arecont Vision has announced the release of its latest megapixel surveillance cameras at the show. Read more security news…

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Security in sports facilities has been a growing concern of late with the Commonwealth Games hosted in India making the headlines. At the University of Southern Mississippi, it was the Avigilon HD surveillance system in the limelight as it was chosen to secure the university’s stadium. Over at Charlton Athletic Football club, Samsung’s digital video recorders formed part of the upgrade to the CCTV system.

In events news, HID announced that they are currently featuring their latest access control reader solutions at the Security Essen show, while Legic is introducing new chips for their contactless smart card readers. March Networks also announced that they will be giving a live demonstration of their Financial Solution at the ASIS International show in Dallas. Lastly, in corporate news, MOBOTIX and Fluidmesh Networks have entered a technology partnership to offer an enhanced IP solution to system integrators. Read more security news…

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To start this mid-week round-up, we begin with some Security Essen news. For those attending the show, LEGIC is introducing new chips for their contactless smart card readers. Also, American Fibertek is launching its new fibre optic transmission and video surveillance solutions.

Next week at ASIS International, March Networks will be giving a live demonstration of their Financial Solution. The solution was recently deployed at Community Bancshares, Inc., helping March Networks surpass the 400th customer milestone. In application news, ASL is working with Glasgow’s Babcock Rail to boost rail station security with its VoIP-based public address system. Over in Birmingham, Axis Security has opened a new regional operations centre, creating up to 75 jobs in the first year. Read more security news…

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Welcome to Tuesday’s newsround. Eight school campuses in New Jersey have installed a unified security platform called Security Center from Genetec. Lumera has shipped its 125,000th digital camera. The company has been operating for eight years.

Chubb has installed an integrated retail security system at a shopping village in the Cumbrian town of Kendal, while the ongoing Security Essen 2010 tradeshow is featuring access control reader solutions from HID Global. Finally, Redhill School in Arnold, Nottingham, has been kitted out with a CCTV surveillance transmission system from NVT. Read more security news…

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To start the week, we have a mix of corporate news with a focus on product improvements. First, the Hikvision DS-9000 series hybrid DVR is now integrated with a wide range of Pelco network cameras. In another collaboration, MOBOTIX and Fluidmesh Networks have entered a technology partnership to offer an enhanced IP solution to system integrators. Also, Intransa and infinias have announced that infinias’ Intelli-M has achieved Intransa VideoAppliance SELECT Partner certification.

Grandstream has announced new firmware supporting broadened ONVIF interoperability with various third party surveillance products. Finally in application news, Rainbow vandal-resistant colour dome cameras have been deployed to increase public safety at a convention centre in one of Chicago’s suburbs. Read more security news…

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