In today’s news round-up, Australian retailer Harvey Norman is upgrading its video security systems with Geutebruck IP technology. Bill Elkass, Harvey Norman’s general manager of loss prevention, has been pleased with level of detail that the cameras are able to detect. In corporate news, Traka has signed a reseller agreement with Next Generation Mobility of Munich for the latter to integrate and sell its Traka Touch Key Management systems as part of the comprehensive cloud-based fleetster pool vehicle management and corporate car sharing solution.

In other corporate news, IndigoVision has announced record first quarter results, a 33% increase of camera sales as well as undertaking several major projects including the overlay system for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Barix has promoted Frank Frederiksen to COO following a successful 15 months as Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy. Frank will continue to oversee product management at Barix while working to enhance company operations. Finally, VidSys is experiencing success across Europe and the Middle East following the 7.5 release of its PSIM software platform. Read more security news… 

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In today’s news round-up, AxxonSoft has announced that it will be exhibiting at this year’s IPAS Expo 2013AxxonSoft will demonstrate its Axxon Next 3.1 video management software (VMS), the Axxon Intellect Enterprise PSIM platform, and its Face-Intellect facial recognition module. Over in Sweden, Idesco will be exhibiting at SECTECH 2013, which takes place in Stockholm in October. The event will be the latest stop in Idesco’s exhibition tour.

In corporate news, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has announced that Key Systems, Inc. has joined its aptiQ Alliance programme. Customers can now use one credential, a high security aptiQ smart card, with Key Systems, Inc. products. In other corporate news, Barix has recently announced the appointment of Ronni Guggenheim as CEO. Based in Zurich, Mr. Guggenheim takes the reins on October 1st and hopes to strengthen Barix’s portfolio with an increased software focus. Finally, Identive Group, Inc. has announced several new appointments: Steven Humphreys as its new Chairman of the Board, Lawrence W. Midland as its new President, and Dr. Manfred Mueller to Chief Operating Officer of the company. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Ingersoll Rand has won a contract to provide steel doorsets to London’s latest skyline addition, the Leadenhall building. Ingersoll Rand was commissioned to supply more than 1,500 general, fire and acoustic steel doors. In corporate news, Barix has collaborated with Enghouse Interactive to create a solution which eliminates the challenges associated with analogue to digital phone systems conversion.

In events news, Cassidian will showcase its defence and security solutions at the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2013), which opens today. In other events news, the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which takes place in London from 24th-25th April, will address ongoing terrorist challenges. Finally, Axis Communications dome network cameras have been deployed by one of the world’s largest auctioneers of fine art antiques. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, CEM systems has been awarded a contract to secure Auckland Airport in New Zealand. In events news, Barix will showcase its new IP paging solution at ISC West 2013, which takes place in Las Vegas in April. Over in Singapore, Synectics has collaborated with Bricomp International to demonstrate information integration at AeroXchange 2013.

In corporate news, IDIS has appointed John Fisk as Product Manager. John will lead product management for the suite of high-definition video solutions due to be launched at this year’s IFSEC International. Finally, Elbit systems’ subsidiary has won a contract to supply Electric Warfare systems for multipurpose land missions. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Magal Security Systems Ltd. has announced plans to expand its business proposition with integrated physical-cyber protection solutions. Magal has acquired WebSilicon, an Israeli-based company, as part of its expansion. In application news, an IP audio solution by Barix is helping to secure Bandos Island Resort and Spa. The complete solution also includes CCTV video and remote monitoring components. Over in Azerbaijan, Trüb AG has been selected to provide electronic Identity Cards (e-ID) as part of the country’s national e-solution.

In events news, those attending Secutech 2013 in April will be able to benefit from the new Secutech mobile app. The app highlights features such as pre-registration, exhibitor news, show updates and transportation. Finally, an Analoque vs. IP Conference by Tavcom Training which took place during Intersec 2013, has highlighted how users gain maximum benefits from their IP systems. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Raytec will be hosting a webinar titled ‘Protecting Your Perimeter with Light.’ The webinar takes place next Wednesday and covers the most important factors to consider when lighting your perimeter. In other corporate news, Barix has announced its support of Crestron® Rava™ SIP intercom and phone technology. Over in France, INSIDE Secure has integrated with Telechips to ensure secure boot up and end-to-end content protection.

In application news, after a competitive selection process, Unilever has chosen Nedap to deliver their global physical access solution. Finally, HID Global’s network access control solutions have been selected by Shenyan Transformer Group in China. The new access control solution is interoperable with the plant’s existing credentials and seamlessly integrates with a wide range of hardware and management software. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Barix’s audio over IP solutions has been deployed at the Holiday Inn Kandooma Resort in the Maldives Islands. Over in the UK, Bosch has installed a variety of its security products at the new Stobart Rail operated railway station at Stobart Group’s London Southend Airport. Also in application news, Quantum Secure’s SAFE physical identity and access management software solution has been deployed at the new World Trade Centre.

In corporate news, Dallmeier IP cameras have received the Lenel factory certification for their interface to the OnGuard access control system. Over in Florida, Panasonic cameras are giving a magical multimedia experience at Give Kids The World Village (GKTW) for children battling a life-threatening illness. Also, Dave Razzell has been appointed Operations Manager for the Electronic Solutions division of Unipart Security Solutions Ltd. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, software developer Cortech Developments is hosting a series of roadshows to evaluate the latest integrated building fire & security control technology. IP video software provider Milestone has doubled its UK team and set up new offices whilst expecting to boost numbers again by the end of the year. Siqura declared that its analogue and IP cameras are now UL-certified, joining the codecs, switches and fibre optic solutions in the Siqura UL listing.

On a festive note, CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, announced that it has been named the winner of the Emerging Markets Airport awards (EMAA) 2011. The prestigious awards ceremony recognised CEM for its achievements in the security system at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi, Terminal 3. Barix AG, a pioneer in IP audio, monitoring, control and automation, announced that it has surpassed the 100,000 device threshold for sales as part of a highly successful 2010 that also saw major project wins and double-digit growth. Read more security news…

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In the mid-week round-up, we begin with news from Sepura, who has supplied radios to support the rescue and relief work in the aftermath of the devastating affects of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. To add to its latest “Security in Schools Series”, ADT has released “A Guide to Intruder Detection in Schools,” which offers practical steps to help ensure the protection of school facilities, staff, students and visitors from the growing threats posed by criminal activity and anti-social behaviour that occur on school premises.

Looking ahead to the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic games, the BSIA has welcomed the revised security strategy for the Games, which outlines the key aims and objectives for police, government agencies, organisations and departments responsible for delivering a safe and secure Olympic Games. For those preparing to attend the upcoming ISC West tradeshow, Videx will be giving away its CyberLock Access Control Starter Kit and Barix is set promote its complete IP paging and public address systems for professional security applications. Read more security news…

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The final round-up of the week begins with news that Aparto, the physical access control system from Brivo, has been entered onto the US Federal Information Processing Standards 201 Approved Product List in the Caching Status Proxy category. In the latest Security Essen news, Irisys has announced that its IRI 5300 thermal image CCTV product will be launched at the upcoming tradeshow.

A partnership has been struck between Barix and Railtec Systems to provide audio-over-IP for the Montreux-Oberland-Bernois railway in Switzerland, while Fujitec UK has received the Kaba Quattro, a patented master key system, from Kaba. Finally, Emza Visual Sense Ltd has entered into a distribution agreement with Insease Technology, bringing their products to the Chinese market. Read more news…

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