On today’s news round-up, President and CEO of SighLogix John Romanowich will be participating in an ISC Premier Education panel discussion on the latest trends in thermal imaging Thursday, 29 March 2012 during ISC West in Las Vegas. The session will also cover infrared and other “night vision” technologies, highlighting trends such as lower pricing that now makes thermal imaging more accessible to mainstream applications. Bosch announced that its booth at IFSEC India attracted the attention of a number of visitors at the show as it showcased its range of security, safety and communication products.  At this year’s IFSEC 2012, ASSA Abloy will be demonstrating its range of access control solutions including its popular Aperio enabling technology.

In other news, to mark the anniversary of the official opening of its Monitoring and Response Centre in Oxford, Unipart Security has further invested in its sales team by recruiting new personnel. Lastly, Bosch has launched the new Training Academy microsite for the Asia Pacific Region (APR). Customers are now able to access individual course profiles, updated Training Calendar, Application form, as well as a “Getting to Bosch Singapore Location”, all within a single page. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, award-winning intruder alarm manufacturer Texecom has launched a product branding scheme for installers in order to brand the company’s devices with their own logo and contact details. Also in corporate news, Hitachi and Genkey have announced their collaboration with a view to provide better security solutions. In application news, a CCTV system comprising the very latest Bosch Security Systems cameras, domes and digital video recorders (DVRs) has been installed at Horwich Town Hall to better monitor the movement of staff and visitors throughout the building.

In events news, CNL Software attended IFSEC Arabia, which ends today. Looking forward to ASIS Europe 2012, NATO Senior Defence Economist Andrien Kendry will be the keynote speaker at the annual security exhibition. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, ADPRO FastTrace 2by Xtralis has been helping to prevent further break-ins at a major warehousing facility in the West Midlands, after it suffered a number of attacks resulting in thousands of pounds worth of stock being stolen. Also in application news, the Stafford London hotel by Kempinksi, which is located in the heart of St. James and was originally built as a private residence in the 17th century, has chosen a bespoke electronic access control solution from SALTO installed by Ansador. In corporate news, Milestone has released Device Pack 5.6 that offers dedicated integration between Milestone XProtect software and the new Bosch 832 series of IP cameras. Milestone XProtect has thus been the first third-party video management software to support the newest models in this Bosch line of IP cameras.

Over in Hong Kong, HID Global has appointed Simon Siew as the Managing Director, Identity and Access Management of Asia Pacific (APAC), where he will be responsible for driving the company’s business objectives and financial performance as well as the successful promotion of the HID Global brand in Asia Pacific. Also in China, Verint Systems has announced that it has been named a “Top 10 Foreign Security Brand in China” by HC360 Security Networks, thanks to Verint’s brand strength and technology. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, HID has announced that the U.S. Permanent Resident (“Green”) Card that has been manufactured by HID Global under its LaserCard brand has won the ACT Canada “International Innovation Award” for Identity Management. In one of New York City’s premier restaurant suppliers and purveyor of fine quality meats Arecont Vision has used a high resolution video surveillance system to help ensure security at their new facility, as well as keep track of delivery vehicles and the movement of valuable merchandise. Over in Europe, HD video surveillance manufacturer artec technologies AG has secured the MAIN TOWER in Frankfurt, Germany.

In event news, Siqura B.V. has announced its intention to participate in the Salon APS 2011 trade show in Paris, which will take place from September 20th through the 22nd, to present its solutions at the booth of its partner, Cerona, an experienced provider of spectrally efficient satellite network solutions. On a festive note, Bosch Security Systems, Inc. has also announced that its new Safe & Sound Security and Audio Tour truck has been recognised with a prestigious 2011 Event Design Award in the category “Best Mobile Marketing Vehicle.” Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Magal S3 has announced that it will secure the African Cup of Nations Football Championship to be held in January 2012. By providing a fully integrated security system, the contract includes coverage of multiple sites such as a few football grounds, two stadiums and the Olympic villages. Over in Europe, HD video surveillance manufacturer artec technologies AG secures the “MAIN TOWER” in Frankfurt, Germany. Also in application news, intelligent IP video solutions provider March Networks and its partner, Campus, have announced that they will protect 50 remote solar farms across southern Italy by providing their Video Management System (VMS) and advanced video analytics.

In events news, thanks to its lowest bitrate and good HD quality, TeleEye’s MX763-HD camera has been selected as one of the finalists for the Secutech Camera Excellence Award 2011, which took place in April 20-22. Bosch’s new Safe & Sound Security and Audio Tour truck has been recognised with the 2011 Event Design Award in the category “Best Mobile Marketing Vehicle”. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Knürr/Emerson’s has finally found the in house cell locking system they have been after, thanks to pylocx’s eco-friendly fuel cells. Over in London, Bosch Security Systems staff has completed a 20 mile sponsored walk in support of Children In Need. The theme of the charity walk was a “monopoly” route, which covered various locations around the city at which Bosch security equipment has been installed. In corporate news, Poseidon’s drowning detection system has been integrated with RAYMAX IR technology to provide crystal-clear underwater images capture.

Chris Poulin, CSO of Q1 Labs, will be presenting at the upcoming RSA Conference Europe 2011 to highlight threats against critical utility and energy infrastructure. A recent IMS Research report has stated that March Networks is the number one provider of enterprise digital video recorders (DVRs) in the Americas. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the top stories of the week, we begin with Bosch, who is celebrating a double anniversary and raising money for the “Children in Need” charity in the UK. The founder of Octavian Security is also giving back as he has fulfilled a life-long dream by taking to the pitch at Everton FC, helping to raise £10,000 for charity in the process. In application news, Palmer’s sixth form college in Grays, Essex has updated its CCTV security system with HD technology from SANYO.

In corporate news, Paul de Jong has joined Sanyo Video Vertrieb AG as a new management board member, bringing with him more than 20 years of experience in the fields of production, sales and marketing. 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. Lastly, 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. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, identification solutions provider Idesco enjoyed success at IFSEC 2011 after presenting their latest version of versatile EPC products, Access Touch, Cardea and numerous access control products as well as quite a few recent, collaboratively developed products from partnered solutions. On a similar successful note, Bosch is celebrating a double anniversary and raising money for the “Children in Need” charity in the UK. Leading manufacturer of fibre optic transmission and networking equipment ComNet has appointed Ricardo Acle as the Director of Latin America Sales thanks to his extensive experience in providing fibre communication solutions.

In application news, Intellio cameras are providing surveillance for Tesco‘s logistics base, one of the most famous non-food distribution centres in central Europe, by utilising the existing IT network on the premises, while maintaining operation as a standalone system. Also, Palmer’s sixth form college in Grays, Essex has updated its CCTV security system with HD technology from SANYO. Read more security news…

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