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On today’s news round-up, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched a dedicated webpage to provide businesses with safety and security updates fed directly by the Metropolitan Police during and after the Olympic and Paralympic Games. For those on the look-out for access control solutions, Nortech has launched a brand new website that is dedicated to its access control reader capabilities, offering installers and end-users an easy way to find the ideal solution for all their proximity and smart card projects.

Looking forward to this year’s IFSEC tradeshow, Bold has announced that it will be showcasing its version 1.3 of its integrated security software, Gemini. In application news, Compro network IP cameras have been deployed at the Mardan Palace Antalya hotel in the Turkish Riviera to help minimise the risk of cash register shortages and credit card frauds. Lastly, Pyronix is now collaborating with Corps Security to offer more customers support for its security product offering. Read more security news…

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On today’s news, RISCO Group has announced that it will be showcasing a comprehensive line of security solutions at IFSEC 2011 that will include its LightSYS, a new flexible hybrid system with advanced IP and GSM/GPRS communication. As ISC West 2011 kicks off, Pelco will be on hand to take part in the ISC West Premier Education Series. Also at the show, HID Global will be showcasing its new eco-friendly product portfolio.

At the upcoming Counter Terror Expo 2011 show, Harper Chalice will be demonstrating its advanced perimeter systems. Lastly, organisers of the 9th Convergence India 2011 Expo have praised it for being the place to learn about emerging technologies such as 3G. Read more security news…

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As the industry prepares for Security Essen 2010, we bring you the latest news from it. Members of the British Security Industry Association will be showcasing an exclusive preview of the access control systems at the show, while ONVIF has confirmed that it will be hosting a demonstration of interoperable IP surveillance products there on October 7. In addition, ABUS will introduce two new network digital recorders at the show.

Elsewhere, IMS Research has advised the industry that it must look beyond Brazil when it comes to opportunities in the Latin American CCTV market, while an integrated security system from Chubb is safeguarding students at South Cheshire College in Crewe, England. Read more security news…

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