To begin today’s weekly round up, Bosch has announced that despite the uncertainty in the wake of the events in Japan, it continues to see favourable prospects for growth and earnings and is confident that its sales will pass the 50-billion-euro mark. To get its new wireless product release underway, Optex Europe is giving away iPods in a prize draw, which will run from April to August, with a winner selected each month. At this year’s Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo, Cassidian’s technology secured the vital radio communication throughout the event.

In other news, Visimetrics is set to launch its Forensic Investigation Network Database at IFSEC 2011. For those interested in getting inside knowledge on perimeter protection, Procter Fencing Systems has launched a free guide that explains the subject clearly and concisely to enable security professionals to identify the optimum security measures for particular premises. Lastly, SightLogix has appointed Jack Tomarchio, former US homeland security and intelligence professional, to its Board of Directors. Read more security news…

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On today’s mid-week round up, SightLogix has appointed Jack Tomarchio, former US homeland security and intelligence professional, to its Board of Directors. To get its new wireless product release underway, Optex Europe is giving away iPods in a prize draw, which will run from April to August, with a winner selected each month. For those interested in getting inside knowledge on perimeter protection, Procter Fencing Systems has launched a free guide that explains the subject clearly and concisely to enable security professionals to identify the optimum security measures for particular premises.

In other news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA)’s Information Destruction Section held an exclusive breakfast briefing for senior staff of trade associations to raise awareness on the importance of effective data destruction strategies. Lastly, Linear celebrated fifty years in running its innovative security products business. Read more security news…

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On today’s round up, Bosch has announced that despite the uncertainty in the wake of the events in Japan, it continues to see favourable prospects for growth and earnings and is confident that its sales will pass the 50-billion-euro mark. In Singapore, Senstar Corporation will be opening a new office to increase Senstar’s share of the growing perimeter security market in the country. At this year’s Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo, Cassidian’s technology secured the vital radio communication throughout the event.

In other news, Visimetrics is set to launch its Forensic Investigation Network Database at IFSEC 2011. For those attending the Moscow International Protection, Security and Fire Safety (MIPS) exhibition which kicks off today, members of the BSIA’s Export Council will be showcasing a range of products and services. Read more security news…

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To start off our weekly round-up, we begin with CBC, who has supplied a Ganz Radar Vision tracking/surveillance early warning detection system to protect Porto Airport in northern Portugal. In India, CEM Systems’ security management solution has been deployed to reinforce security at the Cadbury Kraft Food site. March Networks is riding high, as it has received orders totalling $2.4 million from an existing retail customer for the Company’s Visual Intelligence software and professional Managed Services.

In events news, Verint will be showcasing its new portfolio of security systems at IFSEC 2011. Bosch Security will also be showcasing its new portfolio of high-definition (HD) surveillance products at the show. Lastly, at ISC West 2011, the second Mission 500 Security 5K Race proved to be a great success, as it raised more than $80,000 to sponsor children in need through the World Vision organisation. Read more security news…

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On today’s midweek round-up, CEM Systems’ security management solution has been deployed to reinforce security at the Cadbury Kraft Food site in India. Over at the Mayflex headquarters in Birmingham, the Mayflex Trade Counter has been given a new lease of life with new product displays and more offers for customers. In corporate news, Arecont Vision has made four new appointments to bolster its sales team.

To help alarm engineers avoid hours of wasted call outs to deal with false alarms, Chiron has introduced its IRIS Touch alarm signaller range, which ensures robust dual-path alarm transmission using the GPRS network scan feature. Lastly, Verint will be showcasing its new portfolio of security systems at IFSEC 2011. Read more security news…

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To start off today’s round-up, we have news from CBC Ganz, who has supplied a Ganz Radar Vision tracking/surveillance early warning detection system to protect Porto Airport in northern Portugal. Those attending Counter Terror Expo this week will be able to visit the G4S stand where it will be showcasing its range of security solutions expertise from specialist training to the protection and management of critical infrastructure. Synectics will also be introducing its cutting edge video surveillance solutions at the show.

Looking forward to the much-anticipated IFSEC show, Nedap has announced that it will be presenting its AEOS 3.0 management platform with a completely revised graphical user interface for the intuitive and user-friendly operation.  TAB Systems will also be at the show to launch a new portable access control unit and a TCP/IP Relay controller. Read more security news…

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To start this week’s round up, we begin with Milestone Systems, who has announced that its investments in new markets have helped its revenue to increase by 56 percent. ADT is also riding high, as it has achieved Platinum certification in the Dealer Service Certification Program for Honeywell’s security enterprise-level products. At this year’s Infosecurity Europe 2011, HID Global and ActivIdentity will be exhibiting their access control and converged solutions.

For those anticipating the IFSEC 2011 tradeshow, Bosch Security Systems has announced that it will be showcasing its new portfolio of high-definition (HD) surveillance products. Lastly, March Networks has received orders totalling $2.4 million from an existing retail customer for the Company’s Visual Intelligence software and professional Managed Services. Read more security news…

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To wrap up the working week, we begin with Siemens, who has supplied a comprehensive access control system to DONG Energy’s power generator sites throughout Denmark. Looking back at ISC West 2011, the second Mission 500 Security 5K Race proved to be a great success, as it raised more than $80,000 to sponsor children in need through the World Vision organisation. Arecont Vision also launched its new Advanced Channel Partner Certification at the show to further educate security professionals on how to effectively design video surveillance systems.

Focusing on the upcoming Counter Terror Expo due to begin next week, Optex Europe has announced that it will be introducing its complete perimeter protection offering. Lastly, at the upcoming IFSEC 2011 tradeshow, Siqura will be showing visitors how its durable IP video systems provide complete, proven, and customised solutions that are made to last. Read more security news…

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On today’s round-up, we take a look at the top news stories of the week. We begin with Dallmeier, whose products have appeared in the blockbuster movie “Unknown” alongside the likes of Diane Kruger and Liam Neeson. Moving from the dizzy heights of the big screen to the small one, Arecont Vision has released a series of best practice training videos on their YouTube channel to help integrators and users get the most out of Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras. At Citypoint, one of the City of London’s landmark buildings, Wavestore has been chosen to help upgrade the building’s CCTV system.

In its latest study, IMS Research asks: “How safe is your home with video surveillance?” and comments on the global growth of security cameras being sold through the retail channel in 2010. For those anticipating the upcoming IFSEC 2011 tradeshow, Fujinon will be introducing its new 60x, day/night 2 megapixel resolution HD telephoto CCTV zoom lens and SeeTec has announced that it will be showcasing its innovative IP video management software. Lastly, Siqura has announced that its newest cameras will use Pixim’s Seawolf image sensor. Read more security news…

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To kick-off the mid-week round-up, we begin with Hollywood news from Dallmeier, whose products have appeared in the blockbuster movie “Unknown” alongside the likes of Diane Kruger and Liam Neeson. Arecont Vision has released a series of best practice training videos on their YouTube channel to help integrators and users get the most out of Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras. At the MOD’s Qinetic operated Eskmeals Weapons and Equipment Firing range, Visimetrics’ flagship FASTAR CCTV recording solution has been deployed.

In events news, SeeTec has announced that it will be showcasing its IP video management software at IFSEC 2011. At this year’s Cards Asia 2011 starting today, the focus will be smart card applications and payments innovation. Read more security news…

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