In today’s news round-up, G4S will be giving away iPads to 10 attendees at this year’s ASIS 2012 show. Winners will be drawn daily from those who complete the G4S Puzzle Game. Lumidigm has announced Innometriks Inc. will be demonstrating its Rhino reader which utilises Lumidigm fingerprint biometrics to handle high security authentication applications. Videx will also be at the show, exhibiting its CyberKey Vault Management system.

At the Essen Security show, taking place from the 25th to the 28th of September 2012, Heitel and Xtralis will be showcasing several new security solutions, including the HeiTel VideoGateway series and VESDA –  the world’s leading brand of very early warning smoke detector. Lastly, HID Global has announced that it has entered into an agreement with RedCloud, provider of web-based physical access control systems. The agreement will enable RedCloud to resell HID Global’s EasyLobby Secure Visitor Management (SVM) software as part of a comprehensive solution. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly round-up, Mobotix AG has released details of changes within its UK management team which aims to capitalise on strong growth in the UK. Dominic Chapman has been promoted to UK Country Manager, taking over from Mike Lewis, and Trevor Holt has been appointed as Technical Project Engineer for the UK. In application news, Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras have been installed at the King Soopers Distribution Center located on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. The cameras are mounted just below the approximately 40-foot ceilings to ensure they are not damaged by forklifts.  Over in the UK, the SALTO SALLIS access control solution has been deployed to provide wireless online locking using their existing personalised RFID cards at the University of Nottingham.

Also in the UK, 102 fixed Axis P1343 network cameras have been deployed in the New Tyne Crossing tunnels, which has been one of the UK’s worst traffic black spots. Idesco’s EPC reader has been selected for deployment in a vehicle identification application for a major Australian mining operation. The customer’s coal mining site required a robustly rugged system for identifying its very large mining vehicles. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Opengear has appointed Vincent J. Giordano as Vice President of Worldwide Business Development and Strategy, thanks to his extensive experience in executive business development and marketing roles. Also in corporate news, Fluidmesh Networks has joined forces with Talk-A-Phone Co. to provide an integrated wireless solution for Talk-A-Phone’s VOIP-500 series. Banknote Watch has recently launched a new websitewww.banknotewatch.org – to renew its commitment towards providing useful and accessible information about stolen banknotes to members of the public, businesses and the Police.

icomply, UK-based software developers of the Integrated Security Application platform V-TAS Pro, will be integrating AMG-Panogenics’ HD camera technology into the V-TAS Pro SIM software platform. Genetec, physical security industry pioneers and a leading provider of world-class unified IP security solutions,  has announced a number of strategic hires and changes that have been made to the organisation in recent quarters to further position the business for growth. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Mobotix AG has released details of changes within its UK management team which aims to capitalise on strong growth in the UK. Dominic Chapman has been promoted to UK Country Manager, taking over from Mike Lewis, and Trevor Holt has been appointed as Technical Project Engineer for the UK. In application news, 102 fixed Axis P1343 network cameras have been deployed in the New Tyne Crossing tunnels in the UK, which has been one of the UK’s worst traffic black spots. Over in Nottingham, the SALTO SALLIS access control solution has been deployed to provide wireless online locking using their existing personalised RFID cards at the city’s University.

In events news, VARIO, the latest lighting development from Raytec, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Security Excellence Awards, for “Security Innovation of the Year”. Also in London, the UK Border Force has announced its official participation and support for the first annual BORDERPOL Conference and Exhibition scheduled for mid-October this year. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Idesco’s EPC reader has been selected for deployment in a vehicle identification application for a major Australian mining operation. The customer’s coal mining site required a robustly rugged system for identifying its very large mining vehicles.  Idesco’s Access 8 CD 5 2.0 AES readers have also been deployed in a number of highly secure customer installations. In other applications news, Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras have been installed at the King Soopers Distribution Center located on the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. The cameras are mounted just below the approximately 40-foot ceilings to ensure they are not damaged by forklifts. Over in North England, NHS Stockport has adopted Skyguard’s lone worker safety service, replacing its existing Identicom solution purchased through a framework agreement.

In events news, Genetec will showcase its Security Center at the upcoming annual ASIS trade show. The product blends license plate recognition (LPR), video surveillance and access control into one easy-to-use platform. Show attendees will also have the opportunity to climb aboard Genetec’s AutoVu Demonstration Vehicle. Lastly, AirLive will showcase its newest Fish Eye IP cameras at the Security Essen 2012 exhibition. AirLive’s new IP cameras use a Fish Eye lens that enables a 360 degree security view.  Read more security news…

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In today’s news weekly round-up, a number of Bosch Security Systems 600 series DVRs have been installed at an attraction dedicated to the Beatles – the Beatles Story – so that images captured from the CCTV cameras can be more easily stored and accessed. The Beatles Story is the world’s leading Beatles-themed visitor attraction and is based in Liverpool, birthplace of the Beatles. Over in London, Urmet will be securing the first two residential buildings at the 67-acre King’s Cross Central development in London. Also in applications news, the new Valley Forge Casino has selected North American Video (NAV) to implement their video surveillance and security system. The casino, which opened in March 2012, chose NAV based on their proposal and extensive experience in designing and building network-based systems for casinos.

In events news, TKH Security Solutions has announced that it will participate in the Security Essen 2012 trade show taking place at the end of September. Over in Scotland, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) will be organising an open event, entitled “Scotland: Secure for Business”, in October to inform local businesses about security trends. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Wavestore has fully integrated its video management software (VMS) with the FaceFirst biometric facial recognition solution. Chris Williams, Director of Wavestore, believes that the demand for facial recognition software will significantly increase over the next twelve months, and particularly so for high security or mission critical applications. Also in corporate news, TDSi has launched its “Gateway” installer training programme to offer its partners the highest levels of product knowledge and support. LILIN and icomply have entered into a technology partnership, under which LILIN’s range of DVR’s and HD IP cameras will be integrated into icomply’s VTAS Pro PSIM platform.

In events news, TKH Security Solutions has announced that it will participate in the Security Essen 2012 trade show scheduled in the end of September. Over in Scotland, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) will be organising an open event, entitled “Scotland: Secure for Business”, in October to inform local businesses about security trends. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Idesco’s AESCO encryption solution for reader-host data transfers has been nominated in the access control category for the Detektor International Award 2012. Also in corporate news, Fluidmesh Networks will be joining forces with Talk-A-Phone Co. to provide an integrated wireless solution for its VOIP-500 series phones and WEBS mass notification systems. Leading security vendors will be demonstrating the interoperability of their PSIA-compliant systems, including access control, intrusion detection, video, analytics and storage and physical security information management (PSIM), at ASIS 2012 next month.

According to a recent report from IMS Research, if integrators focus on increasing service and maintenance revenue, they can remain profitable despite the economic conditions. In application news, Urmet will be securing the first two residential buildings at the 67-acre King’s Cross Central development in London. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has published a guide which provides advice on the ways in which access control security systems can be used to reduce the environmental footprint of various companies. Orchard Fencing has suggested that businesses must take an integrated and intelligent approach to perimeter protection and has recommended perimeter security in a bid to stop criminals. Over in Bangkok, Bosch Security Systems has opened a new training centre. The Bosch Security Training Center (BOSTA) is equipped with a variety of the latest Bosch security and communication products to provide customers a hands-on and realistic training experience.

In applications news, VCA Technology video analytics software has been used to ensure the safety of football fans watching the recent Euro 2012 football matches. Alongside ARS Communications, who were contracted to build the temporary 120 thousand square metres Fan Zone at the Palace of Culture and Science in Parade Square, Warsaw, VCA Technology’s 44 GANZ encoders were used to count the number of people who entered and exited the Fan Zone, making sure that maximum safety capacity could be maintained. Lastly, Winsted has helped equip a police command centre at Devonport Royal Dockyard, Plymouth. The company has been commissioned to provide a console that provides functionality for the control room operators manning it. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, DVTEL, Inc. has announced that it has hired three new business executives to strengthen its sales, marketing, and R&D teams. Sagy Amit has been appointed Sales and Business Development Manager for Video Analytics, Jicko Chetrit will serve as the Applications and Integration Centre’s Chief Architect and Marketing Champion and Dan McGinley is DVTEL’s new Edge Device Product Champion. artec technologies AG has just closed a comprehensive development contract with a leading television corporation close to Munich. In other corporate news, the first of Axis Communications’ partners has passed the world’s first professional network video certification launched by Axis Communications Academy in the UK in May 2012.

In applications news, a number of Bosch Security Systems 600 series DVRs have been installed at an attraction dedicated to the Beatles – the Beatles Story – so that images captured from the CCTV cameras can be more easily stored and accessed. The Beatles Story is the world’s leading Beatles-themed visitor attraction and is based in Liverpool, birthplace of the Beatles. TKH Security Solutions has announced that Fore!, its new modular security management solution, has been nominated by a jury of industry representatives for the 2013 Safety and Security Management Award from GIT Security. Lastly, the new Valley Forge Casino has selected North American Video (NAV) to implement their video surveillance and security system. The casino, which opened in March 2012, chose NAV based on their proposal and extensive experience in designing and building network-based systems for casinos.  Read more security news…

 

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