In today’s weekly news round-up, MOBOTIX AG has provided Leeds City College with a security system which will help secure access to critical data centres and communication rooms across multiple sites. Twenty MOBOTIX cameras have so far been installed across college sites including a number of Q24 and Q25 hemispheric models. In corporate news, Dahua Technology has the 2nd largest market share in video surveillance according a report by IHS. Dahua’s global market share in terms of DVR and network security cameras were ranked as runner-up and 4th place respectively.

Over in London, ASSA ABLOY Security Doors has designed, manufactured and installed a range of security doors for projects across the city. The projects include the installation of fire doorsets in the Shard and supplying the London Underground’s Bond Street Tube Station with its specialist steel doorsets. In other application news, TDSi has provided a fully integrated security solution for the Shanghai Metro. With successful installations already in full operation on Line 6 and Line 9, TDSi will provide a fully integrated security solution for installation on Line 7. Finally, VIVOTEK has announced it is now an official HDMI adopter. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) technology is the global standard for connecting high-definition equipment, such as HDTVs, personal computers, cameras, camcorders, tablets, gaming consoles, smart phones, and any device with an HD signal. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, ASSA ABLOY Security Doors has designed, manufactured and installed a range of security doors for projects across London. The projects include the installation of fire doorsets in the Shard and supplying the London Underground’s Bond Street Tube Station with its specialist steel doorsets. In corporate news, TDSi is looking towards the education sector as a market for expansion and growth. According to IMS Research, current estimates value the access control market for education in the EMEA region at £46M.

Over in Norway, law firm Simonsen VogtWiig is deploying the Zwipe biometric card for managing access to its doors and printers. The biometric card lets users at the firm’s Filipstad Bygge address authenticate themselves directly on the card through a fingerprint. In other corporate news, the number of smart cities worldwide will quadruple within a 12-year period that started last year, according to a report by IHS. This increase will occur as local governments work with the private sector to cope with a multitude of challenges confronting urban centres. Finally, Urmet has supplied an IP video door-entry solution to a prestigious residential development in Kensington, London. The IPervoice system features a 2-door controller called the “PIO” Controller and two Wiegand readers. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, MOBOTIX AG has provided Leeds City College with a security system which will help secure access to critical data centres and communication rooms across multiple sites. Twenty MOBOTIX cameras have so far been installed across college sites including a number of Q24 and Q25 hemispheric models. Over in China, TDSi has provided a fully integrated security solution for the Shanghai Metro. With successful installations already in full operation on Line 6 and Line 9, TDSi will provide a fully integrated security solution for installation on Line 7.

In other application news, Allegion has completed a project to provide a biometric access control system at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The system will verify the credentials of over 10,000 workers during an 18-month build project. In corporate news, Pro-Vision Distribution Limited has been awarded ‘Master’ distributor status from the wireless transmission manufacturer, SilverNet. Finally, AMG Systems and systems integration partner, Kharafi National, have co-operated on a project securing Kuwait University. Kharafi National chose the AMG4700 transmission solution for the integrated solution. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, VIVOTEK has announced it is now an official HDMI adopter. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) technology is the global standard for connecting high-definition equipment, such as HDTVs, personal computers, cameras, camcorders, tablets, gaming consoles, smart phones, and any device with an HD signal. In application news, ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions has supplied products to the Canal & River Trust, which takes care of 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales. ASSA access control products will be fitted throughout the Trust’s facilities, including pump houses, front gates and meeting rooms.

In events news, Dallmeier will host an “Octoberfest” at Security Essen 2014 to celebrate its 30th anniversary. On every day of Security Essen, visitors will be able to sample typical German sausages such as Weisswurst and Regensburger Knacker, as well as fresh pretzels and Bavarian Weltenburger beer. In corporate news, Winsted Corporation has added Titan Products Group to its Canadian representative network. Titan Products Group provides the security industry with high-tech software, video and data technology for security and surveillance monitoring. Finally, Xentry Systems Integration has named Andy Deems as its new Account Executive. In this role, Deems will leverage his wide range of technology and sales experience to increase sales at Xentry while building long-term customer relationships. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Dahua Technology has the 2nd largest market share in video surveillance according a report by IHS. Dahua’s global market share in terms of DVR and network security cameras were ranked as runner-up and 4th place respectively. Also in corporate news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has reinforced the role played by security firms in delivering cost savings to police forces across the UK. Continued partnerships between the police and private security firms have helped forces across the country reduce costs in the face of public sector budget cuts, the BSIA said.

Over in France, Videotec has moved its French branch of business to the outskirts of Paris. Previously based close to Rouen, the branch is now moving to the “Parc d’Activité de Courtabœuf”, one of the largest industrial areas to the south of the capital. Across the Atlantic, ADT has closed the acquisition of Reliance Protectron from Reliance Comfort Limited Partnership in Canada. The acquisition will significantly strengthens ADT’s business in Canada. Finally, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) has elected Mohammad Soleimani, CTO and Executive Vice President of Kastle Systems, as its Chairman. Joshua Jackson, Director of Global Product Integration for STANLEY Security, has meanwhile been elected as Vice Chairman. Read more security news…

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We’re proud to announce that our eagerly-anticipated Round Table Discussions have been launched this week! The topics so far have focused on the role of consultants within the security technology buying decision and what new security technology is poised to have the greatest impact in 2014 and beyond. Check it out!

In other news, Dahua HDCVI Academy has announced Smartwares Security as its distribution partner. Under the distribution agreement, Smartwares Security will add Dahua HDCVI products to its portfolio. In application news, Eid Passport, Inc. has deployed HID Global’s ActivID Credential Management System (CMS) for its new Personal Identity Verification – Interoperable (PIV-I) managed service. Eid Passport’s service is targeted at commercial, government and military organisations that require the highest levels of identity assurance to secure sensitive physical and logical assets.

In corporate news, Wavestore has appointed Shashi K. Yadav as its Business Development Manager for the Indian Subcontinent. Shashi will be responsible for identifying new sales opportunities for Wavestore’s video recording and management solutions. Over in Denmark, Milestone is developing new capabilities in video surveillance through a partnership with the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation. Research has already resulted in the latest release of Milestone XProtect® 2014, which includes a new metadata framework which vastly improves the speed of searching and analysis. Finally, Allegion has appointed Colin Green as Area Sales Manager Hospitality. Colin will work with hotel companies across the Midlands and the Northern regions to provide them with bespoke security solutions. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Allegion has appointed Colin Green as Area Sales Manager Hospitality. Colin will work with hotel companies across the Midlands and the Northern regions to provide them with bespoke security solutions. In application news, Mul-T-Lock’s SMARTair™ electronic handle sets are set to be installed at the HQ Bar & Restaurant’s  four-star independent hotels, The Glen Mona and The Rosslyn. HQ Bar & Restaurant made the decision to purchase more of the SMARTair™ sets following their successful deployment at the group’s Mereside Hotel.

In corporate news, STANLEY Security Director of Global Product Integration, Joshua Jackson, has been elected as Vice Chairman of the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA). Jackson will help develop specifications for enabling standards-based sharing of digital data and intelligence throughout the physical security and enterprise ecosystems. Over in Australia, IndigoVision’s Technology Expo is touring the country from 17th-31st July. Visitors will be able to see the latest in technology updates and advancements from IndigoVision, including SMART.core technology and the new Ultra 2K. Finally, Cortech Developments has deployed its Datalog 5 software for building, fire and security management at The University of Strathclyde. Datalog 5 provides interoperability and integration of various university buildings and staff safety systems. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Dahua HDCVI Academy has announced Smartwares Security as its distribution partner. Under the distribution agreement, Smartwares Security will add Dahua HDCVI products to its portfolio. In application news, Eid Passport, Inc. has deployed HID Global’s ActivID Credential Management System (CMS) for its new Personal Identity Verification – Interoperable (PIV-I) managed service. Eid Passport’s service is targeted at commercial, government and military organisations that require the highest levels of identity assurance to secure sensitive physical and logical assets.

In application news, the University of York has been using IndigoVision’s IP Video Security Solutions to help safeguard its students. Some 450 IndigoVision cameras now watch over the university campus. Over in the US, Frank De Fina has joined SightLogix as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Frank was previously Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Samsung Techwin America. Finally, Green Gate Access Systems has been chosen as the distributor for SMOES vertically lifting gates in the Eastern part of the UK. The Avant gate product range from SMOES comprises vertically lifting gates that can be installed in locations not suitable for a standard gate. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Wavestore has appointed Shashi K. Yadav as its Business Development Manager for the Indian Subcontinent. Shashi will be responsible for identifying new sales opportunities for Wavestore’s video recording and management solutions. In application news, IndigoVision has deployed a new end-to-end CCTV solution to increase control room monitoring efficiency at Birmingham airport . Existing analogue cameras were replaced with IndigoVision Enhanced IP cameras, while the remaining analogue cameras were converted to IP using IndigoVision Encoders.

In corporate news, the People Counting solution by AirLive IP Camera is designed to help retailers turn potential customers into paying customers. Analysing how traffic is affecting sales is critical in learning how to turn the numbers into profitable solutions. Over in the UK, Wagtail UK supplied handlers and explosive detection dogs for security sweeps of the corporate chalet areas at this year’s Farnborough Air Show (FIA). Wagtail has provided explosive detection dogs alternately at the Farnborough and Paris Air Show for the last 8 years. Finally, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue has deployed Peplink routers and access points across the UK. Read more security news…

 

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In today’s news round-up, HID Global ActivID DisplayCard Tokens have been deployed at mBank in Poland. The tokens provide mBank’s corporate banking customers with an advanced, multi-factor authentication solution to securely access their Internet and mobile banking accounts.  In corporate news, Milestone is developing new capabilities in video surveillance through a partnership with the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation. Research has already resulted in the latest release of Milestone XProtect® 2014, which includes a new metadata framework which vastly improves the speed of searching and analysis.

In application news, the Texas Dow Employees Credit Union (TDECU) has extended its investment in Verint’s banking solutions. Using Verint’s technology, TDECU is helping ensure quick access to video data and analytics to monitor operations and expedite investigations across its network of financial branches, ATMs and operation centres. Over in the UK, Wavestore has provided a new high capacity server for PMS International’s distribution centre. The Wavestore server was tasked to record and store the images captured by 33 Axis cameras which were installed throughout the distribution centre. Finally, Airbus Defence and Space’s Multi-Sensor Tracking System (MST) for the Finnish Armed Forces has successfully passed the Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) on schedule. The system will enable the Finnish Armed Forces to coordinate all sensors and command and control systems. Read more security news…

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