In today’s news round-up, Jackloc has launched a campaign that aims to make window restrictors compulsory on all windows above ground-level. Jacklocs have been installed to improve safety and security in buildings such as private homes, care homes, hospitals, schools, hotels, student accomodation and high-rise flats all over the world. In corporate news, Navtech Radar has announced that they have entered a new 4 year Framework Contract with Trafikverket, Sweden’s national transport administration. The agreement evolved from working with Trafikverket on a surveillance project for the E4 motorway around Stockholm.

Over in China, QIHAN has won the title of “Guangdong Famous Brand Product 2013. The award is judged on several criteria including branding, product quality and environmental protection. In other corporate news, Green Gate Access Systems has helped the Princess Project to officially open its new office in Parkwood. Finally, a comprehensive test solution consisting of all necessary hardware, software and test benches to verify the OMAPI implementation will be available from SIMalliance member COMPRION. Read more security news…