In today’s news round-up, Bosch video surveillance solutions have been deployed in the MesseTurm high-rise building in Frankfurt to protect tenants, visitors and suppliers. The video solution is operated via three comfortable operator workstations, giving security personnel a clear view of all protected areas at all times. Bosch’s surveillance solutions have also been deployed across all Yves Rocher outlets in ThailandThe Bosch VDC-260 cameras are used in each outlet to monitor the cashier, entrance and display shelves. The cameras are connected to a Bosch DVR-480 recording unit that enables real-time digital recording.

In other application news, ASSA ABLOY Mobile Access for Hospitality went live recently when Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. introduced SPG® Keyless, a keyless entry system allowing Starwood Preferred Guest® members to use their smartphone as a key. In events news, SABIC recently launched its new LEXAN SD film overlay, ideal for different types of printing and security features. Finally, Identiv, a global security technology company that provides trusted identity solutions for premises, information, and everyday items, will hold an audio webcast and conference call to discuss the results of its 2014 third quarter (Q3) on Thursday, 13 November 2014. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Tyco Security Products recently hosted a series of technology events in Spain. The events featured demonstrations of security solutions from Tyco Security Products brands including DSC, CEM Systems and American Dynamics. In other events news, Dallmeier has had a successful couple of months after hosting its Panomera Roadshows and attending Security Essen. The Panomera Roadshows served as a platform for live presentations of the latest Baseline, Topline and Nightline models of Dallmeier’s patented multifocal sensor technology.

Over in Dubai, a record number of safety and security companies from Germany, the UK and the USA will be participating in Intersec 2015. Next year’s Intersec will spread over 51,000sqm to accommodate a 15 per cent increase in demand over the 2014 edition. In application news, ASSA ABLOY UK is supplying products to an environmentally-friendly motorway service station in Gloucester, UK. Installed products include UNION’s Codehandle, P600 six-pin cylinders and DC300A rack and pinion closers. Finally, OnSSI’s Ocularis Video Management Software and security technology integrations will be demonstrated at Security Canada. OnSSI will highlight the benefits of their partner integrations with ConvergenceTP’s (C2P) Event Streaming Engine solution and ION Series servers from Iomnis Surveillance Solutions. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Oncam Grandeye continues its Asian expansion with the opening of a new office in Delhi. The company formally launched its regional office in India at an event held on 14th October at the British High Commissioner’s residence. In other corporate news, the BSIA has called for increased engagement in CCTV standards development. In a letter to business leaders in the CCTV sector, the BSIA’s Technical Director, Alex Carmichael, has outlined a number of forthcoming changes set to affect the CCTV landscape which often go on to form the basis of new standards.

Also in the UK, the Access Control division of ASSA ABLOY has partnered with Schneider Electric. Access Control’s latest Aperio® wireless cylinders, PINpad escutcheon and L100 have all been integrated into the Schneider Electric access control product line. Over in the US, Pelco by Schneider Electric has appointed Kim Loy to the role of Vice President of Marketing for the Pelco Video Line of Business. In this role, Loy will drive strategic marketing initiatives on a global level in support of the company’s continued investment and commitment to its Pelco IP video surveillance solutions. Finally, Tufin’s Security Policy Orchestration solution for the VMware NSX™ network virtualisation platform is being showcased at VMworld Europe in Spain. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, CEM Systems’ emerald multifunctional touch screen terminal has been awarded 2014 Security’s Best Award in the ASIS Accolades Awards. emerald is a Touchscreen Reader, Door Controller, VOIP Intercom and System Terminal all in a single box. In application news, Hikvision has partnered with NexGen Integration to equip the U.S. Army with a comprehensive security system at Fort Leonard Wood military base. Hikvision’s 9000 series Hybrid DVRs, 6701 / 6704 encoder modules and iVMS-4200 software were all used within the system.

In corporate news, Axis Communications has been named as one of the best small and medium workplaces in the United States by Great Place to Work®. Ranked number 16, this is the first time Axis has received this honour. Over in the UK, ASSA ABLOY access and door control solutions are providing advanced security to the education sector. Recent successful specifications have included projects at universities in Oxford, Nottingham and Sheffield. Finally, the BSIA is inviting its members to submit nominations for its 2015 Security Personnel Awards. The BSIA’s annual awards are presented both regionally and nationally, and reward security personnel for their achievements across five key categories. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, DVTEL is showcasing its ioimage HD CF-5222 and CF-5212 cameras at ASIS International 2014. The ioimage HD cameras include the benefits of DVTEL’s Quasar high-resolution, low-bandwidth and minimised and predictable storage and are optimised for outdoor and low-light conditions. In other events news, AMAG Technology has announced the release of its Symmetry V8 access control software. The unified security solution offers integrators and end users a solution to manage all their security functions seamlessly in one system through an intuitive user interface.

Also at ASIS, STANLEY Security division Sargent and Greenleaf (S&G) has introduced the 2890B Pedestrian Door Lock. The S&G Model 2890B PDL represents the latest design advances to produce a single motion egress door lock for the highest level of security. In corporate news, ASSA ABLOY brand UNION has become a sponsor of the National Home Security Month initiative. The nationwide initiative that runs throughout October features a series of hints and tips to highlight the ways homes can be kept safe during the darker evenings. Finally, the Guardian24 lone worker solution is protecting staff and volunteers at Macmillan Cancer Support. The Guardian24 app allows the lone working member of staff or volunteer to log into the system prior to each home/location visit, giving details of the address, who they are going to meet and the expected duration. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, TDSi has announced the winners of its 2014 Partner Awards. Sovereign Fire and Security was named UK Platinum Partner of the Year while Romania-based Siel Invest was named as Export Partner of the Year. In events news, Teleste will exhibit its headend and CATV solutions at IBC2014 in Amsterdam from the 12th-16th September. Among the products being exhibited by Teleste are the Luminato headend platform and the Optimo encoding and transcoding solution.

In other events news, ASSA ABLOY UK will be showcasing its remote door opening solutions at this year’s Education Facilities Forum being held in Oxfordshire from the 17th-18th November 2014. ASSA ABLOY, Security Solutions and ASSA ABLOY, Access Control will showcase a range of SMARTair™ and CLIQ™ solutions tailored for the education market. Over in the US, American Dynamics’ video security solutions have been selected by Cherokee County School District (CCSD) to secure its schools and other facilities. CCSD selected the VideoEdge hybrid recording platform to allow the school district to upgrade and grow its surveillance security system gradually. Finally, G4S Technology recently hosted a roundtable discussion on systems integration within the security industry. The discussion, “Security System Integration in the Utility Sector: Balance between Detection and Protection”, was led by Kevin Glynn, Director, Energy Sector at G4S Technology. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, ASSA ABLOY will display its Aperio®, SMARTair™ and eCLIQ™ products at Security Essen 2014. The Aperio® range now features battery-powered locks, cylinders, and escutcheons for online or offline integration. In corporate news, Milestone is strengthening its organisation with a number of new appointments. These appointments include Mike Taylor as Director of Sales, North America, and Ava Parissay as Senior Products Manager in the Professional Business Unit at Milestone’s Danish headquarters.

In other events news, AxxonSoft will also be attending Security Essen to showcase its video management software. AxxonSoft will feature the Axxon Next VMS and the Axxon Intellect PSIM software platform. In application news, VIVOTEK network surveillance cameras and Exacq video management software have been deployed at the Prairie Hill School District in Illinois. The security team at Prairie Hill School District are now able to manage and monitor the recorded high definition video captured by 196 VIVOTEK cameras using the Exacq software. Finally, CNL Software will be showcasing the latest release of its IPSecurityCenter PSIM solution at ASIS International 2014. The solution enhances business intelligence gathering: enabling the mapping of incident trends and ensuring the highlighting of weaknesses to inform future security investment. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Milestone is strengthening its organisation with a number of new appointments. These appointments include Mike Taylor as Director of Sales, North America, and Ava Parissay as Senior Products Manager in the Professional Business Unit at Milestone’s Danish headquarters. In events news, ASSA ABLOY will display its Aperio®, SMARTair™ and eCLIQ™ solutions at Security Essen 2014. The Aperio® range now features battery-powered locks, cylinders, and escutcheons for online or offline integration.

Over in the UK, a team of 8 staff from Mayflex recently took part in a 23-mile trek along Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society. The team raised over £8,000 in total, with donations still being made. In other corporate news, Raytec has welcomed 5 graduates to its Graduate Trainee Programme. The graduates will embark on a two-year programme of projects in different areas of the business, taking on roles in sales, marketing, product design and R&D. Finally, Guardian24’s lone worker solutions are helping to protect Notting Hill Housing Group’s staff. The solution from Guardian24 enables users to quickly and easily log their visits when they are going out in the community by calling an automated log line. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, The Fortis Group has selected ASSA ABLOY brands Yale and UNION as its preferred suppliers of branded security. Fortis is working with ASSA ABLOY to offer a hardware and security portfolio which will include UNION’s StrongBOLT™ range and a streamlined Yale product portfolio that will include Yale’s Doormaster range. In other corporate news, VIVOTEK is now offering Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) solutions to the surveillance market, including a wide range of PoE switches, PoE extenders, and PoE injectors.

In application news, Mul-T-Lock’s SMARTair™ electronic handle set has been installed at the Ellan Vannin Hotel on the Isle of Man. The hotel selected the solution to enable automatic updating of room access as and when guests arrive and leave, alongside managing staff access across the premises. In other application news, NICE Systems is helping Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) extend its situation management capabilities. The airport has deployed the NICE Situator Enterprise Geographical Information System (EGIS) Web application, enabling field personnel to view all open security and operational incidents and log new ones on their tablets. Finally, an updated version of the ONVIF distance learning training course has been published on the Tavcom website. The free training course focuses on ONVIF-specific issues and includes new product and conformance process modules. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, The Fortis Group has selected ASSA ABLOY brands Yale and UNION as its preferred suppliers of branded security. Fortis is working with ASSA ABLOY to offer a hardware and security portfolio which will include UNION’s StrongBOLT™ range and a streamlined Yale product portfolio that will include Yale’s Doormaster range. Over in India, IndigoVision’s HD security solution has helped safeguard Vedanta Resources power plant. IndigoVision’s Enhanced HD Domes and Fixed Cameras now monitor the plant’s store rooms and entry/exit gates, while its Control Center video management software gives total visibility of the site.

In corporate news, an updated version of the ONVIF distance learning training course has been published on the Tavcom website. The free training course focuses on ONVIF-specific issues and includes new product and conformance process modules. In other application news, NICE Systems is helping Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) extend its situation management capabilities. The airport has deployed the NICE Situator Enterprise Geographical Information System (EGIS) Web application, enabling field personnel to view all open security and operational incidents and log new ones on their tablets. Finally, Mul-T-Lock’s MT5 patented key and cylinder system has been installed by Morgans Locksmiths at Leicester City Football Club. The Mul-T-Lock MT5 master key system was created in a bespoke design around management needs to accommodate departmental structure and restrict access rights for staff where required. Read more security news…

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