To kick off today’s round-up, we begin with news from Axis Security, who have secured the contract to provide a manned guarding solution at Komatsu UK’s manufacturing facilities in County Durham. Dutch IP security distributor Xserius B.V. has chosen to partner with SeeTec AG, in a bid to offer the most powerful video surveillance software products on the market. Avigilon is celebrating as it was named Best New Exporter at the recent 2010 BC Export Awards held by the Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Investment and Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME).

In other news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has welcomed the sentencing of four cash-in-transit robbers. The offenders, who were responsible for several robberies in London netting them £100,000 and targeting late night cash deliveries to cash machines, were caught with the assistance of CCTV footage. Lastly, to develop its Secure Solutions business in Iraq, G4S Risk Management has formed an Advisory Board in the country. Read more security news…

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We begin today’s news round-up with some corporate news. As part of the Memorandum of Understanding with Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security, Gallagher Security Management Systems have entered an agreement with the government, strengthening their position in a growing Asian market. Over in North America, Genetec has been rated the 425th fastest growing company in Deloitte’s 2010 Technology Fast 500, growing 198% from 2005 to 2009.

For the fifth consecutive year, Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd was ranked in Security 50, and Suprema Inc, a global leader in biometrics and ID solutions, announced that the company’s RealScan-F palm-print live scanner has been selected for AFIS systems of Polish National Police and Lithuania’s Citizenship & Migration Affairs. In application news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) analyses how enlisting the help of private security industry can be pivotal in dealing with flood, following severe flooding in the Cornwall area last week. Read more security news…

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We begin today’s news round-up with some application news. As part of the ongoing border security project in Romania, Cassidian will be providing the Romanian Border Police with a coherent TETRA network in all the border counties. Over in Bermuda, the Bermuda Regiment has selected Sepura TETRA radios for its communication needs.  Optex wireless intruder detectors have been installed on the roofs of two churches in Essex after having been targeted by thieves.

In events news, Cognitec recently showcased their biometric authentication solutions at ID World in Milan last week. Looking ahead, Nedap has announced that they will be exhibiting their latest Security Management and AVI products at Intersec 2011, which will be held in Dubai. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the latest security news, we start with the top applications of the week. At the new CityCentre complex in Las Vegas, North American Video’s enterprise-wide video surveillance system has been deployed to ensure safety and security of the site. In Columbia County in Oregon, an IP video solution from March Networks has been installed to secure the critical infrastructure. In corporate news, Honeywell announced that its intruder alarm panel has been integrated with Initsys control room software to strengthen its commercial security portfolio. In another integration deal, Pelco has also integrated its video security cameras with a security communication system from Zenitel to create a comprehensive “interactive” security system.

Last week’s news coverage of the student protests against tuition fees in London prompted the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) to highlight the important role of the private security industry could play in avoiding future clashes. Lastly, in events news, organisers of the Counter Terror Expo 2011 conference have announced that the event is being hosted at the prestigious Grand Hall at London Olympia next year. Read more security news…

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The recent news coverage of last week’s violent student protests against tuition fees in London has prompted the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) to highlight the important role that the private security industry could play in avoiding future clashes. Following the discovery of the two Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) inside two packages sent from Yemen, a global review of belly-hold and pure cargo flight security has been launched.

In other news, CASSIDIAN has won a contract to link Berlin State’s 28 control centres to the digital radio network of its public safety authorities and organisations (BOS) via two concentrators. APT has also been commissioned to upgrade access control parking systems at the Bullring in Birmingham. Lastly, Andy Ellis has been appointed as Managing Director of ADT UK & Ireland. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Honeywell has announced that its intruder alarm panel has been integrated with Initsys control room software to strengthen its commercial security portfolio. Pelco has also integrated its video security cameras with a security communication system from Zenitel to create a comprehensive “interactive” security system.

In application news, the new CityCentre complex in Las Vegas has deployed North American Video’s enterprise-wide video surveillance system to ensure safety and security of the site. At Vancouver Community College, Avigilon’s high definition surveillance system is providing a safe campus environment for staff and students. Lastly, organisers of the Counter Terror Expo 2011 conference have announced that the event is being hosted at the prestigious Grand Hall at London Olympia next year. Read more security news…

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To kick off the working week, we start with news from Nedap, who have partnered with I&SI project management and system integrator in Italy to capture a large share of the security market in the region. In Columbia County in Oregon, an IP video solution from March Networks has been deployed to secure the critical infrastructure. Over in Indianapolis, Union Hospital has been fitted with a wireless security solution from Johnson Controls to protect its new facility.

In other news, Brickcom and EFB-Elektronik have partnered to bring IP video surveillance products to the DACH market (Germany, Austria, Switzerland). Lastly, Paxton has appointed Martco as US distributor for its access control systems. Read more security industry…

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To end the working week, we start with news about the upcoming IFSEC India 2010 tradeshow. Myrasis has announced that it will be exhibiting its video surveillance software solution at the show in a bid to continue its focus on global expansion in India. At the Sicurezza 2010 show due to end today, March Networks will be demonstrating its innovative IP video surveillance solution and high performance products.

At the recent Abloy UK event at the new ASSA ABLOY Academy in Portobello, West Midlands, locksmiths, access control specialists and systems integrators took an exclusive first look at the new, state-of-the-art training facilities. In application news, Dallmeier’s surveillance solution was installed at the FC Fredericia football stadium to increase security. Lastly, Lumenera’s day and night surveillance cameras were used to enhance security throughout the town of Kurikka, Finland. Read more news…

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Looking back at the top stories of the week, we begin with some application news. Over in Boston, Massachusetts, the Cambridge Innovation Centre has chosen to upgrade its door access control system with SALTO’s XS4 wireless security system. Nedap released news that its security management system was implemented at the facilities of global technology company Emerson in China.

In events news, AMG Systems announced that they will be showcasing their wide range of transmission solutions at the upcoming IFSEC India 2010 tradeshow. The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) also announced its support for the forthcoming Olympic and Paralympic Safety and Security Conference 2010. In corporate news, Mission 500, a non-profit initiative dedicated to serving the needs of children and communities in crisis, is seeking candidates for the 2011“Mission 500 Humanitarian Award” which will be presented at ISC West 2011 in Las Vegas. Read more security news…

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On today’s mid-week round-up, ABP Technology has announced that it will be distributing Basler’s IP camera series throughout the Americas. In response to the heightened threat of internal and external terrorist activities, Octavian Security is expanding its Canine Division for the detection of explosives. At the new Ronald McDonald House at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, a fully integrated security system from Chubb has been deployed to increase safety.

In other application news, Axis’s network cameras have been implemented in the Municipality of Sliven, Bulgaria to enhance security. Over in Boston, Massachusetts, the Cambridge Innovation Centre has chosen to upgrade its door access control system with SALTO’s XS4 wireless security system. Read more security news…

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