On today’s news round-up, MJF Security was nominated within the manned guarding category at IFSEC 2011. Following IFSEC’s aftermath, the forthcoming event we have our eyes turned to, is this year’s Undersea Defence Technology Europe (UDT), which is taking place at ExCeL London from 7-9 June, and will be focused on priorities of the undersea defence and security community. In the same celebratory manner, Teletec Connect has been accredited as an approved distributor for the SANYO Full HD camera range, ensuring that high level training will be provided to those involved, matching its reputation.

On the other side of the ocean, Samsung Techwin America’s sales’ and marketing initiative reins are being taken by Antoinette F. Modica thanks to her extensive experience in building new markets, launching national accounts and cultivating relationships. Lastly, Videor has enlarged its Power over Ethernet portfolio – essential for networked security technology – with Phihong PoE solutions. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, we take a look at security installations, which have been implemented around the world. Starting in New Zealand, CEM Systems has announced that its security management system has been selected to secure Farmers fashion department stores. Over in the city of London, a major banking facility has chosen Ingersoll Rand’s steel doorsets to refurbish the facility. Moving on to California, the City of Los Angeles’ Department of Airport has implemented a NICE Systems situation management solution to help with the coordination of the hub for all Los Angeles International airport’s operations and response activities.

Taking a look at events news, according to organisers of  this year’s Moscow International Exhibition Protection, Security and Fires Safety (MIPS), the show has confirmed its position as the largest and most well-established exhibition for the security industry in Eastern Europe and Russia in a market that has recovered well from the economic crisis. Lastly, ASIS International has launched a call for the submissions of presentations for its 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition, which will take place in London on 15-17 April 2012. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the top stories of the week, we start with NICE Systems, who will be implementing its IP video security solution with video analytics at China’s Tianjin Metro to enhance the safety and security of 23 stations along its Line 2 route. Over in Nuremberg railway station, Hikvision’s megapixel vandal-resistant dome cameras have been installed to protect travellers and provide the station operators with context-sensitive information. On the other side of the world, organisers of Secutech, the international trade fair for electronic and information security, and fire and safety industries, have announced the dates for next year’s show, which will be taking place in Taiwan.

Focusing on IFSEC 2011, Dallmeier won the prestigious award for “CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year” for its new “Panomera” HD camera technology at the IFSEC Awards. Elmdene International Limited was also a winner as it received the award for “Intruder Alarm or Exterior Deterrent Product of the Year” for its graffiti detector product. Lastly, Siqura has announced that its Siqura Academy will host its first technical training on June 15th and 16th, 2011 at the Security Experience Center (SEC) in Amsterdam. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round up, we begin by taking a look back at IFSEC 2011. At the IFSEC 2011 Security Industry Awards, electronic security and fire products manufacturer, Elmdene International Limited, received the award for “Intruder Alarm or Exterior Deterrent Product of the Year” for its graffiti detector product. Magnet Schultz was also riding high as it showcased exciting new electronmagnet products and secretly previewed some impressive new technology to selected visitors at the show. On show at the UTC Fire & Security stand were the latest security and safety solutions from Lenel and Interlogix.

Moving to application news, a new housing development in Bedfordshire, UK has been fitted with Vista’s high-performance dome cameras and the site is being remotely monitored Ace Fire and Security Systems Ltd. to secure the contruction site. Lastly, in a bid to enhance sales operations and optimise customer and partner relationships on a country-by-country level, Mirasys had opened local offices in France and the Benelux region. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round up, Optex and ADI Global Distribution have joined forces in order to deliver multi-brand security solutions. By combining their efforts, they will both now be promoting Optex’s wireless active beam products. In a similar collaboration context, Nedap has partnered with Nedap Technology Partner (nTp) to strengthen its market position in Germany and aims to replace traditional approaches to hardware integration by using intelligent Linux-based security controllers.

On the other side of the world, organisers of Secutech, the 14th international trade fair for electronic and information security, and fire and safety industries, have announced the dates for next year’s show, which will be taking place in Taiwan. Following Secutech’s vision into the future, the ITEC 2011 conference is living up to its reputation as a forum for forward – looking debate with a new stream entitled “MS&T (military situation and training) – the coming decades”, which will include Australian, UK and US perspectives on a strategic roadmap for defence MS&T. Lastly, with a continuous eye into the future, the city of Sanford has upgraded their five utility facilities and City Hall with Genetec’s Security Center. Read more security news…

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To start the news round-up, we begin with Dallmeier, who was awarded with the prestigious award for “CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year” for its new “Panomera” HD camera technology at the IFSEC Awards. Arecont Vision was also present at the show and exhibited its H.264 megapixel cameras. Over in Nuremberg railway station, Hikvision megapixel vandal-resistant dome cameras have been installed to protect travellers and provide the station operators with context-sensitive information.

For those interested in electromagnet assembly development, Magnet Schultz has unveiled a new website designed to enhance the accessibility of news and resources for the company’s customers and prospects.  Lastly, Siqura has announced that its Siqura Academy will host its first technical training on June 15th and 16th, 2011, at the Security Experience Center (SEC) in Amsterdam. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, NICE Systems has announced that it will be implementing its IP video security solution with video analytics at China’s Tianjin Metro to enhance the safety and security of 23 stations along its Line 2 route. In Sri Lanka, TeleEye Group has opened a new office to cater for the strong demand of professional video surveillance products and services in the region. Over in the UK, D-Link has appointed Norbain as a distribution partner to help it increase its footprint with security resellers.

In other news, Canon and Ubiqz have entered a partnership to offer customers a complete network camera security solution for mid to high-end market segments. Lastly, projectiondesign®, based in Norway, has successfully completed the negotiations on acquiring long-standing partner and distributor projectiondesign LLC, the exclusive distributor of projectiondesign products in North America since 2004. Read more security news…

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As IFSEC 2011 comes to close, we bring you the latest from the show. Panasonic unveiled the all new Super Dynamic 6 technology which can deliver a greater wide dynamic range, compared to conventional cameras, and its latest i-Pro SmartHD at the show. Dedicated Micros showcased their latest Closed IPTV IP video products on their articulated demonstration vehicle, which included the CamVu IP camera range. HID Global showed off its innovations in physical access, logical access and secure card issuance. On the Elmdene stand, visitors were able to see its new MGD-S Graffiti Detector, which was shortlisted in the key “Exterior Deterrent product of the year” category at the IFSEC Awards.

In Russia, Aeroexpress, a provider of rail transportation services, has chosen the NICE Situator to improve its overall security operations. In corporate news, G4S Technology has partnered with ASSA ABLOY to integrate its security management software with the ASSA ABLOY Aperio range of wireless online locks. Lastly, Honeywell has launched the Honeywell City UK Interactive Web, which serves as a single online destination to help security installers and end-user companies visualise how specific security technologies can be applied in homes, businesses, commercial sites and critical infrastructure. Read more security news…

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As preparations for IFSEC 2011 come to a crescendo, Barix announces that it will be exhibiting a number of products, which it has integrated with leading software and solutions providers in the security and surveillance market. HID Global will also be showcasing its latest advances and offerings in solutions for physical and logical access as well as secure card issuance at show. For those attending Cards Middle East 2011 in Abu Dhabi, HID Global will also be present to highlight its broad portfolio of advanced printing and encoding solutions.

In other news, Basler Vision Technologies has appointed Jalmari Vaissi as its new director of sales for IP cameras. Lastly, in application news, March Networks has announced that a large financial customer will deploy an additional 1,000 of its IP cameras, embedded video analytics and Video Management System (VMS) software across more than 120 retail branches before the end of 2011. Read more news…

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With IFSEC 2011 just days away, we take a look at some of the highlights that will be exhibited at the show. Promise Technology will be showcasing a range of RAID storage solutions, optimised for storing huge data streams within video surveillance projects of any size. At the Wavestore stand, taking centre stage will be its open platform technology, which incorporates video analytics, motion detection and facial recognition. The new facial recognition system from Visimetrics will also be highlighted at the show. For those interested in access control solutions, SALTO will be showcasing a number of new access control products.

In other news, in the London Borough of Sutton in the UK, MOBOTIX’s high-resolution IP cameras have been deployed to help residents reduce congestion at the Kimpton Park Way Re-use and Recycling centre. Over in India, HID Global’s network access control and biometric reader solutions have been selected by the Dental Council of India (DCI) to streamline their time and attendance management system. Lastly, IFSEC has launched a twitter competition in a bid to increase its followers. Read more news…

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