In today’s news round-up, Christie will showcase its latest innovations including a 2 by 2 video wall, composed of its Entero™ HB 80 inch SXGA+ high brightness display cubes at DistribuTECH 2014, which opens today. Over in Sweden, Teleste’s video management system has been included in Sweden’s National Traffic Management System. The project has been carried out by The Swedish Transport Administration (STA), and has already won the International Road Federation’s Global Road Achievement Awards.

In application news, Kelvin Hughes has announced that it has been contracted by VisSimto supply 11 SharpEye radar sets to protect offshore facilities in Azerbaijan. The company will provide 10 SBS-800-1 (3.7m antenna) systems for offshore production platforms in the Caspian Sea. In corporate news, Jon Laws, Senior Tutor for Tavcom Training, recently delivered five guest lectures at the People’s Public Security University of China, covering topics including Operational Requirement, automated CCTV, benefits of integration and video content analysis. Finally, a new report from IHS suggests that the prevalent use of Automated License Plate Recognition technology will cause a decline of 16.1% in highway/toll barrier revenues by 2017. Read more security news…