On today’s news round up, surveillance solutions provider CBC has made a significant further investment within its customer support operation, which looks after the company’s clients in both Britain and international markets. Also in corporate news, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) has announced the release of its Area Control v1.0 specification: it will standardise the communication into access control and intrusion products, making them truly interoperable with the overall security system. Synectics has demonstrated its commitment to providing customers with interoperable solutions by achieving ONVIF conformance. Its security management software, Simplicity HVR/ NVR and the Primary Storage Node (PSN) range are now fully conformant with the ONVIF core specification 1.02.

In application news, Avigilon’s high-definition video surveillance systems have recently been deployed to ensure asset protection, effective cargo management and employee safety. In events news, the Women’s Security Council (WSC) will be awarding women in the field of physical security. The WSC Women of the Year Award recipients will be honoured during ISC West 2012 in Las Vegas. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Mission 500 has been seeking applicants for the “Mission 500 CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Award” and “Humanitarian Awards”. The Awards will be presented at a special cocktail reception next March during ISC West in Las Vegas. Also in corporate news, American Fibertek, Inc. (AFI) has announced that its innovative series of 3-port and 4-port PoE mini-switches, also known as “fibre optic PoE midspan devices”, have been certified by Axis for use with the company’s Q60XX-e Series outdoor PTZ cameras. Over in the UK, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) recently hosted a roundtable meeting to discuss the roles of the private sector in security services.

SecuGen’s fingerprint products have been added to GSA’s FIPS 201 Evaluation Program Approved Products List. In events news, Security and Safety Technologies XVII International Forum (SST Moscow), the major event for exhibitors, visitors, purchasers and government officials involved in the security community in Russia, introduces a dedicated promotional campaign for new security products, services, brands, and installationsRead more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Dedicated Micros has announced that despite the current issues with the worldwide supply of hard drives, after the floods in Thailand affected production, it will hold off any potential additional surcharges until after the 30th of November 2011. Also in corporate news, Octavian Security has been awarded membership for the British Parking Association’s Approved Operator Scheme for car park security in the UK. Over in Finland, Idesco’s Cardea reader has proven to be an outstanding performer in the country’s Electric RaceAbout sportscar immobiliser system.

ievo has been celebrating its second year trading with some very special announcements, such as releasing details regarding changes and updates in its security products in the market. Over in Spain, the Sheraton Hotel Santa María de El Paular has invested in SANYO’s Full HD cameras to create a safe environment for its guests whilst deterring and detecting potential thieves. Read more security news…

 

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We begin today’s round-up with news from PSIM software specialist CNL Software. The company has been selected by yet another major US city to provide the integration and information management platform for their City Shield Project. Also in application news, Kosovo is issuing a new generation of biometric passports with datapages manufacture by Trub. The datapages are optically personalised by means of laser engraving and include a variety of built-in security features. In corporate news, INSIDE Secure and Integrated Device Technology have announced that they will be collaborating to bring to market a compact, single-package secure microcontroller and oscillator solution.

Looking forward to some upcoming events, CEM Systems, a brand of Tyco Security Products, will be attending the Airport Exchange exhibition next week in Abu Dhabi. CEM will be showcasing its leading airport access control and integrated security solutions, including the CEM AC2000 AE: the industry’s only airport-specific access control solution. Looking forward to Secutech 2012, taking place in Taipei next April, Asia’s leading security exhibition is expecting over 560 exhibitors to showcase their latest security products and technologies. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, award-winning intruder alarm manufacturer Texecom has launched a product branding scheme for installers in order to brand the company’s devices with their own logo and contact details. Also in corporate news, Milestone and Surveon have announced that they will be joining hands in order to expand their cooperation in Greater China’s video surveillance market. In application news, SeSys has deployed a MOBOTIX camera at one of Wessex Water’s largest sewage pumping stations to help with commissioning and operation.

Also in the UK, a CCTV system comprising the very latest Bosch Security Systems cameras, domes and digital video recorders (DVRs) has been installed at Horwich Town Hall to better monitor the movement of staff and visitors throughout the building. In events news, Samsung Techwin has launched an IP educational seminar entitled IP-DNA – The Art of Video Network Design. Topics covered in the seminar included network theory, system infrastructure, switching architecture and troubleshooting. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Connexion2 has further expanded its Identicom mobile offering with new versions of the “App” for Apple’s iPhone and Android phones. Veracity has gained EC Automotive Directive approval (E-mark) for its CAMSWITCH QUAD PoE switch, making it suitable for all transport installations. Also in corporate news, 3DX-RAY has announced that it has signed a new £1,460,000 contract to supply four of its SVXi small vehicle x-ray inspection systems to a customer in the Middle East. Over in Israel, Elbit Systems Ltd. was awarded an order by the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) for the supply of Armored Driving Trainers (ADTs) for several Israel Defense Forces combat vehicle types as well as for a Forward Observer Trainer (FOT) for surveillance and observation of the country’s borders.

Over in the UK, in the Borough of Βlaenau Gwent, a Wavestore HVR has been installed by CDS Systems to secure schools, municipal buildings and town centres from vandals. The HVR was installed within one of the schools so that images captured could be recorded both locally and in the borough’s central control room. Read more security news…



                
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On today’s news round-up, award-winning intruder alarm manufacturer Texecom has launched a product branding scheme for installers in order to brand the company’s devices with their own logo and contact details. Also in corporate news, Hitachi and Genkey have announced their collaboration with a view to provide better security solutions. In application news, a CCTV system comprising the very latest Bosch Security Systems cameras, domes and digital video recorders (DVRs) has been installed at Horwich Town Hall to better monitor the movement of staff and visitors throughout the building.

In events news, CNL Software attended IFSEC Arabia, which ends today. Looking forward to ASIS Europe 2012, NATO Senior Defence Economist Andrien Kendry will be the keynote speaker at the annual security exhibition. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, SeSys has deployed a MOBOTIX camera at one of Wessex Water’s largest sewage pumping stations to help with commissioning and operation. Also in application news, LYYN has delivered its Hawk Portable real-time video enhancement unit to Birmingham City Council. The unit can be connected to any one of the council’s vast array of different CCTV cameras used throughout the city and its boundaries. In corporate news, SoleraTec LLC has showcased the benefits of affordable data tape solutions in video surveillance and production video management solutions during recent hard drive shortages.

In events news, Counter Terror Expo 2012 will be addressing security concerns in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Games during its two-day “Global Counter Terrorism” conference. Also in events news, Samsung Techwin has launched an IP educational seminar entitled IP-DNA – The Art of Video Network Design. Topics covered in the seminar included network theory, system infrastructure, switching architecture and troubleshooting. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Milestone and Surveon have announced that they will be joining hands in order to expand their cooperation in Greater China’s video surveillance market. Also in corporate news, Basler AG has been focusing on their camera business in the course of their strategic reorientation over the past two years. Alongside this repositioning, Basler AG’s company logo, corporate design and Internet presence have been revised and modernised. Live video transmission specialists Vemotion Interactive, will extend the reach of a project successfully deployed in 2010 to assist the Environment Agency in its flood management role and ongoing measures to reduce the risk of flooding.

Over in Germany, Cassidian has won a contract to extend its TETRAPOL digital radio network to cover the new Berlin Airport. Also in airport application news, CEM’s AC2000 security management system will be safeguarding Dubai International AirportRead more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, Canon Europe has entered a partnership with Genitech to increase its presence in the French network camera market. Genitech is now offering its customers in France Canon’s full range of network cameras. Also in corporate news, sensitive to environmental considerations in the security and video surveillance industry, Panasonic will begin manufacturing products in energy-efficient facilities and will be using fewer hazardous materials as well. Over in Spain, Zucchetti Axess recently implemented an employee time & attendance system for Airbus using multifunctional LEGIC read & write terminals.

In other application news, Idesco’s Cardea reader has been employed in Electric RaceAbout (E-RA), an electric sportscar jointly developed by Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Lahti University of Applied Sciences and Lappeenranta University of Technology. Over in Paris, HID Global’s Secure Identity ObjectÔ (SIO) technology has won a CARTES & IDentification 2011 SESAME award for the most innovative solution of the year. Read more security news…

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