In today’s news round-up, at the  2012 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) taking place in Nashville, USA, which concludes today, Altronix is showcasing its eBridge line of IP over Coax Adapters, a high-performance and cost-effective solution to transmit IP video and data over coaxial cable for distances greater than 2,000 feet without the need for repeaters. OnSSI is also at the show exhibiting its ground-breaking Ocularis-X technology in a powerful live demonstration. In corporate news, CORNELL has announced that it has forged a new distribution relationship with AIPHONE to be its primary and preferred distributor for both their NHX-Nurse Call System & their IS Series Rescue Assistance System.

In application news, the New York State Bridge Authority has chosen to deploy SightLogix’ video perimeter security system to secure the Bear Mountain Bridge, Newburgh-Beacon Bridge, Mid-Hudson Bridge, Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and the Rip Van Winkle Bridge which together serve more than 1 million Hudson River crossings each week. In Brazil, Lumidigm recently announced that it is deploying fingerprint sensors into automated teller machines (ATMs) of one of Brazil’s largest state-owned banks via partners Diebold Brazil. Read more security news…


On today’s news round-up, the National Bank of Kuwait was fitted with an ATM surveillance solution from Dedicated Micros. The system comprised of an advanced NetVu Connected CCTV solution is focused on the centralised monitoring of all of the bank’s branches and critical ATM infrastructure. Samsung has released new dates for its “Technology Days“, where industry professionals will be able to get an insight on Samsung’s new security systems and prospects in the surveillance market.

In other news, Cassidian has announced its successful role out of Sweden’s radio communication network ‘RAKEL’. The network will give user organisations the possibility to cooperate fully on a national scale. Wavestore has appointed Bryan Osborne as the new UK Sales Manager responsible for developing relationships with consultants. Lastly, IMS Research examines the real potential of the video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) market. Read more security news…



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