In today’s news round-up, Wendy’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers has deployed IndigoVision’s IP video security solution, helping implement human resources policies, carry out staff training and dramatically increase security investigation efficiency in their New Zealand locations. IndigoVision’s unique Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) and dual processor hardware design meant remote access to live and recorded video was made easy. In application news, the Central Bank of Nigeria has selected CEM systems’ CEM AC2000 SE access control and security management system to secure premises across Nigeria. AC2000 SE provides an advanced level of integration using industry standard interfaces to link to third party systems. CBN required the AC2000 system to integrate with Bosch video interface in order to control video and access via one solution.

In corporate news, Sentry360 has announced their international expansion to venture new partnerships and expand their brand to the EMEA market. Andrew Patterson, CEO of Complete Pixel will be setting the precedent for making the Sentry360 brand known in Dubai and the EMEA market. In other corporate news, the Physical Security Equipment section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has marked its twentieth anniversary by updating its identity and renewing its strategic focus, in recognition of the growing number of applications of the physical security equipment produced by section members. Finally, the Security Institute has announced the introduction of The Knowledge Centre, a pioneering new online resource that enables its members to access a wide range of information on a variety of industry based subjects. Read more security news…