In today’s weekly round-up, HID Global has provided its perspective on some of the key trends likely to impact government identity programs over the next five years. By 2015, 85% of all credentials issued annually will be eIDs, according to a recent report by Acuity Market Intelligence. TDSI has honoured its longest serving members of staff as the company approaches its 30th Anniversary. Product Support Engineer Geoff Boulton and Software Analyst and Developer Ian Hoare are two team members that have seen TDSi grow and evolve during their time.

In applications news, the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel has installed Samsung SCD-2080E dome cameras to enable security personnel to monitor activity in all its public areas. Also in London, AES Corporation’s BH4 IntelliVu transceivers were deployed at the London 2012 Olympic games. The Olympic Delivery Authority contracted with McKenzie Arnold Security to carry out last minute improvements for the games, while KeyHole Security made the installation. In events news, Genetec will showcase its Security Center at the ASIS trade show and conference in Philadelphia, USA which takes place between the 10th to 13th of September 2012. The product blends license plate recognition (LPR), video surveillance and access control into one easy-to-use platform. Read more security news…