In today’s news round-up, Hytera has showcased its brand and solutions by touring Brazil last month. The company shared with different audiences the latest systems, products and advancements in the professional radio communications world. In applications news, AES Corporation’s BH4 IntelliVu transceivers were deployed at the London 2012 Olympic games. The Olympic Delivery Authority contracted with McKenzie Arnold Security to carry out last minute improvements for the games, while KeyHole Security made the installation. Also in London, the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel has installed Samsung SCD-2080E dome cameras to enable security personnel to monitor activity in all its public areas.

In events news, Winsted has announced it will be returning to the bi-annual Security Essen show taking place this autumn. Winsted is to exhibit on stand 502A throughout the four-day event on 25-28 Septembereneo has also announced that it will be at the show to present its technology product portfolio. Analogue, HDcctv and IP cameras will be represented in equal measures in the now completed series of Candid bullet cameras and the new callisto fixed domes. Read more security news…