In today’s news weekly round-up, VidSys has announced details of its growth and expansion throughout Europe and the Middle East as demand for its PSIM software increases. A recent report by IMS Research has found that analogue security cameras accounted for 87% of total camera shipments in the consumer and DIY video surveillance market. Also in the UK, security exporters from the British Security Industry Association’s Export Council have revealed how they have fought back against the impact of the recession by expanding into new markets, a trend that’s set to continue in 2013.

In application news, HID Global has recently announced that its industry and logistics radio frequency identification (RFID) tag solution combined with HID Global readers have been chosen by the AMCS Group to help customers optimise their waste management processes. Finally, IndigoVision’s IP cameras have been installed at the Farnborough College of Technology, UK, in order to safeguard students and premises by replacing its existing and non-integrated surveillance systems. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, a recent study commissioned by Axis Communications has revealed that nearly 50% of UK retailers said that the IT department is the key to harnessing all the benefits of IP surveillance systems. Connexion2 has become the first company to be audited and approved against the updated BS8484:2011 approval. The British Standard for lone worker security provision has been updated and now includes increased data protection for incident or Red Alert data and customer data. Over in Germany, COMPRION is celebrating ten years of preventing mobile phone and smart card failure.

In application news, HID Global has recently announced that its industry and logistics radio frequency identification (RFID) tag solution combined with HID Global readers have been chosen by the AMCS Group to help customers optimise their waste management processes. Finally, G4S Technology has been awarded a contract to provide the latest access control and barrier entry systems at the University of West London. Read more security news…

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