In today’s news round-up, Airbus and Defence and Space has won a contract to deliver a Terrestrial Trunked Radio (Tetra) Communication system for Lebanon’s General Directorate of General Security. It is expected to be fully deployed by the first quarter of 2015. In corporate news, Axis Communications has introduced Andrew Martin as retail business development manager to its northern European senior management team. Andrew has worked in retail security, loss prevention and operations for over 25 years. In application news, a Kentec fire alarm control panel along with a fire safety system from ADI Global are set to be installed in a new National Memorial to be built on the famous white cliffs between Folkestone and Dover in early 2015.

Following last week’s Intersec 2015 tradeshow, results from a British Security Industry Association (BSIA) survey has revealed the high demand for UK security businesses and solutions in the Middle East, despite the backdrop of increased international competition. Finally, North Central Security Services (NCSS) has been selected to provide an access control solution to HOPE Family Health, a non-profit organisation for uninsured or vulnerable Tennessee residents. Read more security news…