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…