To begin today’s weekly round up, Bosch has announced that despite the uncertainty in the wake of the events in Japan, it continues to see favourable prospects for growth and earnings and is confident that its sales will pass the 50-billion-euro mark. To get its new wireless product release underway, Optex Europe is giving away iPods in a prize draw, which will run from April to August, with a winner selected each month. At this year’s Nordic World Ski Championships in Oslo, Cassidian’s technology secured the vital radio communication throughout the event.

In other news, Visimetrics is set to launch its Forensic Investigation Network Database at IFSEC 2011. For those interested in getting inside knowledge on perimeter protection, Procter Fencing Systems has launched a free guide that explains the subject clearly and concisely to enable security professionals to identify the optimum security measures for particular premises. Lastly, SightLogix has appointed Jack Tomarchio, former US homeland security and intelligence professional, to its Board of Directors. Read more security news…