As preparations for IFSEC 2011 come to a crescendo, Barix announces that it will be exhibiting a number of products, which it has integrated with leading software and solutions providers in the security and surveillance market. HID Global will also be showcasing its latest advances and offerings in solutions for physical and logical access as well as secure card issuance at show. For those attending Cards Middle East 2011 in Abu Dhabi, HID Global will also be present to highlight its broad portfolio of advanced printing and encoding solutions.

In other news, Basler Vision Technologies has appointed Jalmari Vaissi as its new director of sales for IP cameras. Lastly, in application news, March Networks has announced that a large financial customer will deploy an additional 1,000 of its IP cameras, embedded video analytics and Video Management System (VMS) software across more than 120 retail branches before the end of 2011. Read more news…

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On today’s news round-up, the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) has announced that it will host a reception at ISC West 2011 to demonstrate the final pieces of its security suite of specifications. At the upcoming IFSEC 2011 show, Basler will be exhibiting its new IP fixed dome camera models with added two-way audio function and a new multimedia video processor. Over in Germany, Plustek’s network digital video recorder has been integrated with a third party access control system to secure a jewellery store.

In other news, Oncam Global has designed a customised security solution for The Landmark, one of London’s newest luxury residential addresses. Lastly, LaserCard Corporation, a leading provider of government ID solutions, has received a purchase order valued at approximately $2.1 million for chip-ready, optical security media-based credentials for the Saudi Arabia National ID Card programme. Read more security news…

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Today, we look back at the top stories of the week. Starting with updates from upcoming tradeshows, Mayflex has announced that it will be coming to IFSEC 2011 as a trusted IP advisor, with an aim to help those new to IP obtain a greater understanding. At the SANYO stand at IFSEC 2011, there will be a chance to see how full HD technology can deliver evidence grade video, as well as minimise installation costs. Organisers of ASIS International 2011 have secured Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, and Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, as keynote speakers at the event. Those eager to learn more about Bosch security products will have a chance to see first-hand demonstrations, as Bosch has begun its Video Solutions tour 2011.

In application news, Basler’s IP network cameras have been installed at Jerry’s Nugget casino in Las Vegas to secure the gaming facilities. Hikvision’s H.264 compression cards are being used by CEVA Logistics in their security systems. Lastly, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has announced 11 course dates across the United States and Canada for its Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) programme. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the top news stories of the week, we begin with news from Bosch, who has helped the BBC discover endangered species of Mount Bosavi with the aid of their IR illuminators. In corporate news, RISCO Group launched an “Outdoor Adventure” contest where customers who purchase RISCO Group outdoor solutions have a chance to win an incredible group journey. To bolster their sales team, Basler has appointed Renee Janda as Regional Sales Manager USA.

In events news, Infinova has announced that it will introduce a new family of ONVIF standard IP and megapixel cameras that will help integrators more easily provide their customers with solutions at the upcoming IFSEC 2011. At the Intersec 2011 tradeshow in Dubai, Optelecom-NKF will be showcasing its advanced video surveillance solutions. CEM will also be exhibiting their IP security products at the upcoming IFSEC West Africa tradeshow in Lagos, Nigeria. Read more security news…

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On the mid-week round-up, Infinova has announced that it will introduce a new family of ONVIF standard IP and megapixel cameras that will help integrators more easily provide their customers with solutions at the upcoming IFSEC 2011. VideoIQ is celebrating achieving a record growth in 2010 with new HD product releases and partnership deals. GKB Security is also on a high as its video fire detection system wins the Taiwan Excellence Award for 2010.

In other news, Q1 Labs has announced details of a successful project at BGL Group that has helped to drastically reduce volume of false security alerts. Lastly, Basler Vision Technologies has teamed with SeeTec to integrate Basler IP Cameras with SeeTec 5 video management software. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, CBC’s Ganz C-AllView ruggedised PTZ and thermal cameras are helping the police to fight crime and track down criminals as they have been installed on a helicopter base. Basler and SeeTec have teamed up to provide an integrated video surveillance solution. In response to increasing market demand for its digital CCTV cameras, Lumenera is expanding its manufacturing facilities by 70-per cent.

In events news, Tyco Security Products will be unveiling a host of innovative access control, intrusion & video products from its security brands at Intersec, Dubai. Lastly, March Networks has launched Partner Connections - a new programme that provides their extensive Certified Solution Provider (CSP) community a greater competitive advantage in the marketplace through multiple sales incentives. Read more security news…

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On today’s mid-week round-up, ABP Technology has announced that it will be distributing Basler’s IP camera series throughout the Americas. In response to the heightened threat of internal and external terrorist activities, Octavian Security is expanding its Canine Division for the detection of explosives. At the new Ronald McDonald House at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, a fully integrated security system from Chubb has been deployed to increase safety.

In other application news, Axis’s network cameras have been implemented in the Municipality of Sliven, Bulgaria to enhance security. Over in Boston, Massachusetts, the Cambridge Innovation Centre has chosen to upgrade its door access control system with SALTO’s XS4 wireless security system. Read more security news…

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In the mid-week round up, Gallagher has announced that it has won a major contract in the Middle East to provide an integrated security solution for the Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi. Also on a high is Basler, who has recorded an 85% increase in security camera sales in the third quarter of 2010. At Milestone Systems, Lars Larsen  has joined the company as the new Chief Financial Officer.

In other news, Samsung’s surveillance equipment has been deployed at APC Overnight, the UK’s largest next-day delivery network, to minimise shrinkage and protect its premises. Lastly, in an effort to expand its analyst and sales presence in all key global markets, IMS Research has opened a new office in Seoul, South Korea. Read more news…

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In your Friday news round-up, Octavian Security are marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Girl Guides by donating money to the Global Girls Fund. Good news for Basler Vision Technologies, as they saw record growth this quarter, with surveillance camera sales up 91%.

IQinVision have announced that all marketing and technical support functions will be organised by their Vice President of Global Sales, Mark Nazarenus, in order to propel sales growth, while ASIS International have formed a committee to develop an Organisational Resilience Maturity Model. Finally, Samsung Techwin America are to go on the road to showcase their Vision 2010 suite of surveillance solutions, putting on invitation-only events in 22 US states. Read more news…

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