In today’s news round-up, Dahua Technology has collaborated with Banco do Brasil S.A., the largest Brazilian and Latin American bank, to install over 20,000 units of analogue cameras and 1,500 units of DVRs across Brazil. In other application news, Royal Boon Edam recently announced they have won the order for the installation of their Airport Swinglane self-boarding security lane at Xiamen International Airport. This project will be the first self-boarding project in China which is not installed as part of a pilot programme.

In corporate news, DVS Limited has recruited Paul Jones as the new Area Manager as DVS continues its surge in recruitment in order to compete with its growing number of customers. Over in the UK, NW Systems have opened their new office in London, providing a base chiefly for sales and engineering operations. Finally, EOS Innovations President David Lemaitre has shared his thoughts on the rapidly growing security robotics market. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Milestone XProtect® Express IP video management software and 40 Axis network cameras have been installed in Dancing Moose Montessori School in Salt Lake City, Utah. The integration of the video system with access control provides efficient management of safety matters in the school and allows parents to access the classroom remotely. In corporate news, UNION, a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY, has launched a series of “how-to” videos on the installation of Eximo®, its panic and emergency exit device offering.

In other application news, Dallmeier recently deployed Panomera® multifocal sensor technology to secure the Veterans’ Day “Concert for Valor” in Washington D.C. Over in Germany, Airbus Defence and Space will equip German military airfields with its ASR systems. The ASR systems will replace the 30-year-old radars which have been used until now in military air traffic control. Finally, NEDAP’s SENSIT parking system is enhancing parking services and safety for visitors of shopping malls, airports and train stations worldwide. SENSIT has proven to be a valuable tool in parking enforcement by monitoring the real-time usage of individual parking spaces. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, during the recent IFSEC 2012 tradeshow, organisers of the show announced the winners of the IFSEC International Security Industry Awards 2012. Amongst the winners was Siemens, who picked up an award for Security Project or Security Installation of the Year. For those attending the Airport Show 2012 taking place in Dubai over the new few days, CEM Systems will be on hand, showcasing its airport-specific access control solution - CEM AC2000 AE (Airport Edition). At the 36th Annual IACP LEIM Conference and Exposition Indianapolis, IN, CNL Software will be delivering a workshop focusing on “Best Practices in Citywide Surveillance for Urban Security and Smart Cities” alongside Cisco Systems.

In other news, Octavian Security has invested in a fleet of new greener patrol cars to step up its commitment to becoming a more environmentally friendly business. Lastly, Videotec has appointed Gianluca Bassan as its new Marketing Manager. He will be responsible for enhancing Videotec’s offer, technology and communications in all the markets where it operates. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Milestone Systems’ IP video management software has been deployed at Western Kentucky University to enhance security and enable the university to expand and customise the system for growing requirements over the coming years. In New Jersey, “Buddy” Valastro, owner of the famous Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken, NJ has chosen Interlogix to secure a new 60,000 sq. ft. warehouse. At the East Midlands Airport in the UK, IndigoVision’s end-to-end IP Video surveillance system has been installed to provide the airport with more detailed analysis and greater storage of video surveillance footage.

In other news, Traka has announced that it has been acquired by ASSA ABLOY. The Traka management team will continue in their current positions with full responsibility for the future growth and development of the business. Lastly, HID Global’s mobile access strategy briefing, recently held during ISC West 2012, is now available via webcast on-demand.  Read more security news…

 

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On the weekly round-up today, CEM Systems has announced that its security management system has been selected to secure Farmers fashion department stores based in New Zealand. Over in California, the City of Los Angeles’ Department of Airport has implemented a NICE Systems situation management solution to help with the coordination of the hub for all Los Angeles International Airport’s operations and response activities.  In events news, ASIS International has made a call for the submissions of presentations for its 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition, which will take place in London on 15-17 April 2012.

Taking a look at partnerships, Videor has enlarged its Power over Ethernet portfolio – essential for networked security technology – with Phihong PoE solutions. Continuing with the theme, Siqura has announced that its IP security solutions are now compatible with Agent Vi’s video analytics software. To end on a high-note, at the IFSEC 2011 Security Industry Awards, iOmniscient’s Face Recognition in a Crowd Technology was honoured with the award for the Best CCTV Product of the YearRead more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, we take a look at security installations, which have been implemented around the world. Starting in New Zealand, CEM Systems has announced that its security management system has been selected to secure Farmers fashion department stores. Over in the city of London, a major banking facility has chosen Ingersoll Rand’s steel doorsets to refurbish the facility. Moving on to California, the City of Los Angeles’ Department of Airport has implemented a NICE Systems situation management solution to help with the coordination of the hub for all Los Angeles International airport’s operations and response activities.

Taking a look at events news, according to organisers of  this year’s Moscow International Exhibition Protection, Security and Fires Safety (MIPS), the show has confirmed its position as the largest and most well-established exhibition for the security industry in Eastern Europe and Russia in a market that has recovered well from the economic crisis. Lastly, ASIS International has launched a call for the submissions of presentations for its 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition, which will take place in London on 15-17 April 2012. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the top stories of the week, we begin with some events news. At the much-anticipated IFSEC 2011, Samsung will be showing off its ‘Samsung City’ concept on its largest booth ever. Basler announced that it will be featuring its new fixed IP domes with audio functionality at the upcoming ISC West 2011. The ISE 2011 show proved to be a great success this year as it attracted a record 34,870 industry professionals. Pivot3 has joined forces with Genetec and Arecont Vision to host a series of one-day educational events throughout Europe to provide an opportunity to learn about the benefits of an integrated IP solution.

In other news, ADT’s electronic fire and security solutions were installed at Dublin Airport’s new Terminal 2 (T2) to enable visitors to stay safe and have a pleasant experience travelling through the airport. IMS Research reported that local companies would dominate the Chinese security systems integration market within the next few years. Lastly, according to GB Monitoring’s Operations Director, Tom Smith, many councils across the UK are facing the prospect of having their manned CCTV monitoring stopped due to budget cuts. Read more security news…

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The recent news coverage of last week’s violent student protests against tuition fees in London has prompted the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) to highlight the important role that the private security industry could play in avoiding future clashes. Following the discovery of the two Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) inside two packages sent from Yemen, a global review of belly-hold and pure cargo flight security has been launched.

In other news, CASSIDIAN has won a contract to link Berlin State’s 28 control centres to the digital radio network of its public safety authorities and organisations (BOS) via two concentrators. APT has also been commissioned to upgrade access control parking systems at the Bullring in Birmingham. Lastly, Andy Ellis has been appointed as Managing Director of ADT UK & Ireland. Read more security news…

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We kick off the daily round-up with news from Nedap, who has implemented its security management system at the facilities of global technology company Emerson in China. Mission 500, a non-profit initiative dedicated to serving the needs of children and communities in crisis, is seeking candidates for the 2011 “Mission 500 Humanitarian Award” which will be presented at ISC West 2011 in Las Vegas.  The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has appointed Tim Compston as National PR Committee Chairman.

In other news, Cassidian and Sypris have joined to launch new secure, robust, and comprehensive security solutions. Lastly, organisers of the upcoming Airport Show Dubai 2011 have announced that over 33 international exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products. Read more security news…

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The first round-up of September springs to life with the news that Matrox and Milestone will be demonstrating their integrated security system at Security 2010 over the next three days. The legendary Panama Canal will be overseen by Infinova’s V1750A pressurised dome cameras, which have been tasked with making sure vessels stay in their assigned spaces while waiting to go through the locks.

British security firm Octavian Security has become the official UK security arm of Swissport International, taking control of the Checkport UK franchise, while Samsung will go going on the road throughout September allowing dealers and installers a hands-on opportunity to experience the Samsung video surveillance product line. And finally, Axel Schmidt has been appointed as General Manager of SALTO’s German Business Unit. Read more news…

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