In today’s weekly news round-up, Samsung Techwin’s video surveillance products have been approved for use with Network Rail infrastructure and issued the PADS Certificate of Acceptance. The products were evaluated and comprehensively tested to ensure that they are reliable, fit for purpose and comply with Network Rail’s demanding standards in respect of safety. Also in the UK, ASSA ABLOY has secured a contract to supply products for Birmingham Dental Hospital & School of Dentistry. An array of ASSA products will be supplied to the project, including ASSA’s robust, high security P600 cylinders, as well as cam motion door closers that will fulfil the Equality Act 2010.

Also in corporate news, integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi recently held a Bake Off challenge to raise money for the Boo charity, which aims to offer opportunities for some of the poorest children in Africa. In application news, Suprema announced that it will be providing its fingerprint solution to the Venezuelan government to help combat the nation’s staple shortage and smuggling. Thousands of Suprema BioMini solutions have been ordered by the government thus far. Finally, Gallagher has added another esteemed award to its growing list of accolades after the company won the New Zealand Engineering Innovators of the Year award. Read more security news…

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