In today’s news round-up, Nedap has announced the integration of the Honeywell NOTIFIER fire alarm system within its security management platform AEOS. The integration is beneficial as it enables users to react faster in case of a fire alarm and allows for an automatic response to events. In application news, SALTO Certificated Partner, Allgood plc, has provided an integrated security system to Pioneer School in Basildon, Essex, which specialises in teaching students with severe disabilities. The task which was to provide a secure environment without restricting the movement of students within the building was met with Allgood’s system of access control, ironmongery, automated doors and CCTV.

In other application news, Lumidigm has announced that its security products have been deployed at the South Korea’s busiest airports and seaports. The state-of-the-art immigration clearance process features SMARTCORE multi-biometric acquisition stations using Lumidigm multispectral imaging sensors, which scan both index fingers of a traveller simultaneously. Over in New Zealand, an ACTi and Exacq Technologies integrated security system has been installed at a local tavern. The Duke of Gloucester was fitted with KCM-3311*18 units and KCM-5611*6 units, running on ExacqVision software, for indoor and outdoor monitoring. Finally, Ingersoll Rand has launched an EMEA-wide sales organisation for its CISA hotel security brand. To support the growing hospitality market in the UK and abroad, Ingersoll Rand has developed a network of dedicated sales teams operating out of offices in France, Italy, UK and Dubai, headed by Peter Romanov. Read more security news…