In today’s news round-up, Dahua Technology will introduce its HDCVI Gen II cameras at this week’s Security China 2014, which opens tomorrow in Beijing. The HDCVI Gen II camera features a high performance sensor and Dahua in-house chipset DH5000, which combines Image Signal Processor (ISP) and TX chipset. In application news, mining giant Rio Tinto is now using IndigoVision’s video technology to control over 200 driverless trucks to move 130 million tons of material from the safety of a control base.

In corporate news, Julie Rolles has joined PSA Security Network as Training Specialist. Rolles will be responsible for developing and managing a Leadership Committee and additional leadership programmes for the PSA Owner community. In other corporate news, Napco Security Technologies has appointed Craig Szmania as Vice President of Sales – NAPCO Intrusion, Fire & Life Safety Division. Szmania is charged with Napco Security System Division’s sales of residential and commercial intrusion and fire products, iBridge Connected Home and Starlink 3G/4G communicators. Finally, VINCI Facilities has adopted Skyguard’s personal safety service to mitigate potential risk to all of their lone workers. Skyguard were awarded the contract to provide 24 hour emergency backup via their fully accredited MySOS personal safety device. Read more security news…