In today’s news round-up, Larry Anderson looks at  how the performance of purpose-built cameras is improving the transportation sector, reflecting on the camera’s ability to have clear facial recognition of passengers. Randy Southerland examines how military veterans in the security industry are utilised in order to develop strategies, making them an attractive quality to employ for large scale events and positions.

In application news, CriticalArc Safezone has enhanced safety measures of the University of South Australia by installing its innovative and cost-reducing SafeZone across six campuses. In corporate news, A10 Networks has announced Henk Jan Spanjaard as the Vice President of Sales. With over 20 years’ experience working in security and data management, he will be overseeing all activities including channel partnerships across the region. Finally, Manchester Security 2015 has announced the availability of exhibition space. Confirmed speakers will focus on a wide range of issues including child protection and counter terrorism.Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, LILIN North America will be showcasing its Ultra High Definition cameras at booth #25075 at ISC West this year. Allegion PLC will also be at the show at booth 20031 to demonstrate the ecosystem of applications that support aptiQ smart card technology at ISC West.  The demonstration will feature technology from members of the aptiQ Alliance Program.

In other event news, Milestone held its ninth annual partner conference, the Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS), last month in Orlando, Florida. The Symposium highlighted forty-eight Milestone Solution and Manufacturer Alliance Partners, and gave attendees the opportunity to see Milestone’s latest innovations. Sentry360 recently announced the successful deployment of the largest 360-degree surveillance camera system in mass transit history. Sentry360′s cameras were implemented under a Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) pilot program, funded by a Department of Homeland Security grant, to retrofit the existing rail car fleet with an on-board video surveillance system. Finally, A10 Networks, Inc. announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 12,500,000 shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $15 per share. The shares began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on 21 March 2014 under the symbol “ATEN.” Read more security news…

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