On today’s news round up, Dallmeier’s Panomera multi-sensor system helped to secure Berlin’s Olympic Stadium for the visit of the Pope. It proved itself as a valuable surveillance instrument, allowing the police an “all-round” view of the scene.  Over in the US, Navarre Corporation has chosen the Next Level Security Systems (NLSS) Gateway to increase security at select distribution facilities in North America. North American Video has begun servicing video surveillance systems in retail outlets across The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. More precisely, it has been helping to keep the stores’ surveillance systems optimised for loss prevention.

In corporate news, access control systems leader TDSi has appointed three executive members to its UK team. Also, IP security products distributor Mayflex has received the Partner of the Year 2010/2011 award from MOBOTIX. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras have improved security at the Valletta cruise ship terminal in Malta. Over in London, ASSA ABLOY and HID Global have presented the latest revolutionary thinking in access control and security at a dedicated event held at the prestigious Wallace Collection. Also looking to improve services within the UK, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has appointed Trevor Elliott as the new Director of Manpower and Membership Services, thanks to his expertise and successful track record in the security industry.

In events news, looking back at ASIS International 2011, Samsung Techwin America has introduced a new high-quality, high-performance NVR line and Arecont Vision has unveiled its new D4SO series outdoor all-in-one dome camerasRead more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Verint Systems has announced the launch of the Verint Channel Partner Program, an Americas-based program which is designed to meet the security challenges of organisations. In application news, Verint has been awarded a contract to supply IP video solutions to the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in Manhattan. Verint’s Nextiva security solution will secure entrances, exits, platforms, electrical and telecommunications rooms.

Looking back at ASIS International 2011, Samsung Techwin America has introduced a new high-quality, high-performance NVR line and Arecont Vision has unveiled its D4SO series outdoor new all-in-one dome cameras. The Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEi) exhibition has confirmed a 16% increase in its attendance in comparison with its previous edition in 2009. In other events news,  Videx is hosting an educational webinar, “Critical Security for Critical Infrastructure”. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Optex REDSCAN detectors are preventing theft of high value goods at a major distribution centre near Birmingham. Also in application news, Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras have improved security at the Valletta cruise ship terminal in Malta. In corporate news, integrated building security systems provider G4S Technology has appointed Duncan Cooke as Director of Sales and Marketing, Steve Pike as Business Development Manager and Steve Mabbutt as Campaign Manager, to build upon recent growth.

In events news, the International Association of Healthcare Security & Safety will conduct a conference programme at the ISC Solutions 2011 International Security event, which will take place on the 2nd and 3rd of November in New York. Over in London, ASSA ABLOY and HID Global have presented the latest revolutionary thinking in access control and security at a dedicated event held at the prestigious Wallace Collection. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, IMS Research has forecasted growth in the European cloud-based video surveillance market as cloud-based services become more readily available to householders. In corporate news, SoleraTec and Hie Electronics have joined forces to provide product compatibility and interoperability. This integration delivers overarching video surveillance asset management to an entire surveillance infrastructure. Also looking to improve services, the BSIA has appointed Trevor Elliott as the new Director of Manpower and Membership Services, thanks to his expertise and successful track record in the security industry.

In application news, Raytec’s Infra-Red LED lighting technology has been deployed at Tunnel Dam in Missouri to ensure 24-hour CCTV surveillance. Also, Cassidian has announced that it will provide its award-winning cryptography products in the Middle East. It is a strategically important deal to Cassidian, as the United Arab Emirates (UAE) become the first members of the ECTOCRYP family beyond NATO. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, CNL Software has released the new version 4.5 of IPSecurityCenter for easy management of alarm process configuration. Also in corporate news, video analytics software developer Keeneo has become “Digital Barriers | Solution Engineering”. Over in the UK, Mul-T-Lock has hired Lee Howard as a dedicated Sales Manager for access control, with a brief to further develop Mul-T-Lock’s growing range of electronic security products.

Looking back at ASIS International 2011, megapixel solutions provider Surveon has exhibited its SMR8000 Series RAID NVR solution. In application news, the first installation of Gallagher’s D21 Sensors has been successfully completed at a correctional facility in Indiana, USA. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, at ASIS International 2011SightLogix has introduced the Clear24™ camera, which serves as a new benchmark in thermal video imaging. Also showcased was Altronix’s WayPoint™, introduced as part of a new line of outdoor power solution designed to operate single or multiple cameras. Also at ASIS 2011, Panasonic  has launched compact dome network cameras for transportation applications for buses, trains, subways, ambulances, taxis and armoured cars.

In corporate news, Cassidian has announced at this year’s DSEi exhibition that its CORMORANT service contract with the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been extended to December 2012. In application news, Arecont Vision has announced the installation of 89 of its megapixel video cameras at Lake Forest High School near Chicago, providing superior image quality to the schools surveillance system. Read more security news…

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With ASIS International 2011 entering its third and final day in Orlando, we bring you more news from the show. High Definition and megapixel video surveillance leader Avigilon has unveiled a number of new products including the powerful 29 MP HD surveillance camera at the show. VidSys, Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software leading provider, has been previewing findings from its second annual Safety and Security Survey. Also at ASIS, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is speaking about the shared responsibility in homeland security and will highlight the important role of public/private partnerships.

In corporate news, IMS research has reported that Milestone remains the global leader for open platform IP video management software for the seventh year in a row. In application news, Arecont Vision has announced that 89 of its megapixel video cameras have been installed to secure a high school campus near Chicago. Read more security news…

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With the 57th annual ASIS tradeshow underway on its second day in Orlando, we bring you the latest news from the show. Perimeter security video systems provider SightLogix has introduced the Clear24™ camera, part of an expanded product line at ASIS International 2011. The Clear24™ is a new benchmark in thermal video imaging because it uses powerful image processing to provide the most detailed thermal images possible 24 hours a day, even in heavy weather conditions. Also exhibiting at ASIS 2011, G4S has offered a new lone worker protection solution as part of its comprehensive suite of products, services and technology.

Altronix has launched WayPoint™ Outdoor Power Supplies, which features a purpose-driven design that combines reliable operation with ease of installation. OnSSI is featuring technology partner displays that showcase the benefits of Ocularis’s open platform architecture. For those looking for transportation security solutions, Panasonic System Networks Company of America has announced a low-profile line of small, discreet, high-resolution dome network cameras for buses, trains, subways, ambulances, taxis and armoured cars. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Theia Technologies have announced an exhibition of new CCTV surveillance equipment, including a range of lenses, at ASIS International 2011. MESSOA has also announced its ASIS 2011 presentation – the company’s newest 2MP IP speed dome, as well as an innovative LED illuminator. In other ASIS 2011 news, industry-leading video security manufacturer, Schneider Electric, will showcase many new additions to its Pelco video security product line.

In corporate news, Tyco has agreed to acquire electronic security systems maker Visonic for approximately $100 million. The acquisition will fortify Tyco’s market presence and portfolio of intrusion security products. Verint Systems has also announced that its Nextiva IP Video portfolio is continuing to earn wide industry recognition for innovation and value. Read more security news…

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