In today’s weekly news round-up, HID Global has joined forces with DLRS Group and X INFOTECH to develop and implement the newly designed Irish electronic passport (e-passport). Working together, the companies are providing an end-to-end solution including e-passport delivery, personalisation and production management. Over in Denmark,  Milestone’s XProtect IP video surveillance software has been installed in the city of Alleroed to reduce crime and violent activity throughout the city. The software allows for the streaming of surveillance footage through Milestone’s mobile client.

In application news, Genetec recently announced that its new cloud-based video monitoring service, Stratocast, is offering restaurants throughout North America an affordable way to help them safeguard their patrons and inventory. The software allows restaurant owners to keep an eye on who is coming and going, and ensure the well-being of diners and staff. In corporate news, AxxonSoft celebrated the grand opening of its office in Poland with a special conference to commemorate the event. Finally, AG Neovo’s SX-19P displays are being used aboard a Taiwanese fleet of deep-sea fishing vessels. The displays were chosen for their durability, thanks to their IP22 housing protection. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Verint Systems recently announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Victrio. The combination will bring together industry-leading vocal biometrics, predictive analytics and customer-centric workforce optimisation solutions. In events news, following the success of last year’s Scotland: Secure for Business event, the conference and exhibition will be returning to the Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh on Tuesday 26th November. The free-to-attend event, which is organised by the BSIA and supported by Scottish Enterprise, will provide Scottish-based businesses with information, advice and guidance on the latest security issues.

In application news, CNL Software has announced its partnership with Western Advance. The two companies will commence work on an integrated PSIM solution for one of the largest Liquefied Natural Gas safety and security projects in Australia. Over in Sweden, Navtech Radar has won an award in the Alarm & Detection category at the Detektor International awards last week. Finally, Fosse Shopping centre in Leicester has chosen Regent Samsic to provide security to staff and shoppers. Regent Samsic’s round-the-clock security operations include CCTV monitoring and supporting the centre’s in-store security personnel. Read more security news… 

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In today’s news round-up, HID Global has announced that the company and two of its consortium partners have received one of four U.S. cyber security grants, awarded through President Obama’s National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace initiative. The grants will be used to develop systems that enable mobile phones and devices to carry credentials for online identification and improve consumer privacy, security and convenience. In corporate news, AxxonSoft celebrated the grand opening of its office in Poland with a special conference to commemorate the event.

In application news, AG Neovo’s SX-19P displays are being used aboard a Taiwanese fleet of deep-sea fishing vessels. The displays were chosen for their durability, thanks to their IP22 housing protection. Over in Brazil, Aimetis Corp recently announced that Aimetis Symphony has been deployed as the video management software platform for Brasilia International Airport. Aimetis Symphony provides the airport with a single platform for upgrading the existing CCTV system to an IP network that can be expanded as needed. Finally, AMG Systems and Meyertech have announced a technology partnership that will see the AMG-Panogenics 5 megapixel 360 degree PanoCam360 camera range integrated with Meyertech’s FUSION-Core-Solar VMS. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Genetec recently announced that its new cloud-based video monitoring service, Stratocast, is offering restaurants throughout North America an affordable way to help them safeguard their patrons and inventory. The software allows restaurant owners to keep an eye on who is coming and going, and ensure the well-being of diners and staff. In application news, Milestone’s XProtect IP video surveillance software has been installed in the city of Alleroed in Denmark to reduce crime and violent activity throughout the city. The software allows for the streaming of surveillance footage through Milestone’s mobile client.

In events news, this year’s Security Excellence Awards took place last week in London. Security experts gathered to see the very best people, projects and processes the UK’s security industry has to offer. This year’s winners included Axis Security, Reliance High-Tech and Corps Security. Also at the Security Excellence Awards, members of the BSIA were acknowledged for their industry-leading products and services, with winners in seven categories. Finally, Survey Copter, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cassidian, has won a contract to supply the Austrian Ministry of Defence with six Tracker mini unmanned air systems. Read more security news… 

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In today’s news round-up, HID Global has joined forces with DLRS Group and X INFOTECH to develop and implement the newly designed Irish electronic passport (e-passport). Working together, the companies are providing an end-to-end solution including e-passport delivery, personalisation and production management. In application news, CEM Systems has been awarded a contract to secure the largest single NHS hospital build in Scotland. The New South Glasgow Hospitals will feature a multi-million pound Intelligent Building solution including the CEM AC2000 Security Management System.

In corporate news, Sony’s video security division has recently appointed Rob Clark as Channel Account Manager. Rob will be responsible for maintaining and developing relationships with installers and integrators in the UK alongside the security team. In other corporate news, a total of 1,316 young apprentices will be embarking on a new career in security following the success of this year’s 100 in 100 initiative, which is being Led by Skills for Security. Finally, the British Security Industry Association has stressed the importance of effective security measures throughout the upcoming darker winter months. Read more security news… 

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In today’s weekly news round-up, G4S Fire & Security Systems (UK) has launched its new seamless integration with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio range. The integration allows security and IT managers to conveniently and cost effectively replace existing manual locks. In corporate news, TDSi has appointed three new apprentices to its Finance, Product Development and Operations departments. Stephanie Herridge, Amanda Wright and Hannah Collins will experience hands-on learning and training in a real business environment.

Over in China, Dahua Technology has moved to a new corporate base in Hangzhou. The new premise covers an area of 100,000 square metres, housing R&D, sales and administration departments, as well as manufacturing facilities. In application news, Dallmeier’s Panomera technology has been installed in the Allianz Arena in Munich. The multifocal sensor technology secures the North and South ends of the stadium. Finally, CCTV cameras from Wavesight captured a group of youths bending a previously vandalised bike-rack back into position in crystal-clear quality. The footage has now received over 2 million views from around the world. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, G4S Fire & Security Systems (UK) has launched its new seamless integration with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio range of wireless locks. The integration allows security and IT managers to conveniently and cost effectively replace existing manual locks. Over in Kuwait, Tavcom has announced that 180 students have completed its CCTV & Control Room Operations training course. The course is part of a comprehensive two-year training programme for individuals who are looking to take on security roles within the gas and oil market sector.

In events news, Navtech Radar will demonstrate its AdvanceGuard wide area surveillance solution at TranSec 2013. The AdvanceGuard solution enables sites under surveillance to be divided into multiple zones with varying threat and detection levels. In corporate news, Andrew Thomas of CCTV Factory has been awarded the 2013  Barnsley & Rotherham chamber award. Despite being just 12 months old, the company has now achieved a turnover of £100,000 and has begun to manufacture its own range of security products. Finally, TB Forum 2014 has announced that its focus for next year’s event will be “Security & Safety Technologies”. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Dahua Technology has moved to a new corporate base in Hangzhou. The new premise covers an area of 100,000 square metres, housing R&D, sale and administration departments as well as manufacturing facilities. In corporate news, Texecom has announced that Howard Bradshaw has been appointed Area Sales Manager for the north of the UK. Howard will be responsible for overseeing the security system manufacturer’s sales activities in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England.

In other corporate news, TDSi has begun conducting extensive market research of both the African and South East Asian security markets, with the assistance of UK Trade and Investment. It plans to recruit new Export Business Development Managers in 2014 to expand business in these territories. Over in Sweden, Axis Communications has announced Europe’s first Axis security consultant. The security consultant is the first to graduate as an Axis Certified Processional. Finally, the BSIA has announced the official speaker line up for its upcoming South East Business Crime Conference, to be held at Brighton & Hove Football Club next week. Read more security news… 

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In today’s news round-up, TDSi has appointed three new apprentices to its Finance, Product Development and Operations departments. Stephanie Herridge, Amanda Wright and Hannah Collins will experience hands-on learning and training in a real business environment. In corporate news, ASSA ABLOY UK  recently launched a new website for its eff-eff range of products, which provides high security strike technology for a wide range of access control systems.

In events news, the SANS Institute will be running a Virtual Careers Fair at the end of November, aimed at connecting organisations and recruiters from across the UK to fully validated InfoSec professionals. Over in Russia, TB Forum 2014, which takes place in February, has announced that its exhibition will feature segments on Transport and Counter terror security. Finally, entrepreneur and founder of Octavian Security Sukhi Ghuman has been appointed as a Director at Scancom. His role will be to develop new business links and to open new opportunities and markets for the Leicester-based company. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Dallmeier’s Panomera technology has been installed in the Allianz Arena in Munich. The multifocal sensor technology secures the North and South ends of the stadium. In corporate news, CCTV cameras from Wavesight captured a group of youths bending a previously vandalised bike-rack back into position in crystal-clear quality. The footage has now received over 2 million views from around the world.

Over in China, Hytera Communications has kicked off its 20th Anniversary with a 3 day partner event in Shenzhen, China. At the ceremony, Hytera announced the launch of its latest DMR standard radios, PD50X and PD60X. In other corporate news, the Security Industry Association recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate. The memorandum is intended to help both parties benefit from cost savings, technology awareness and enhanced relationships. Finally, according to CCTVLondon.co.uk, the majority of CCTV systems in London have a fault that makes them ‘worthless’  for crime prevention. The reports suggests that three quarters of security cameras are either not working or have problems. Read more security news…

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