On today’s news round-up, we focus on the latest security applications. First up, the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has selected SightLogix outdoor video surveillance systems for deployment at the South Table Mountain campus in Golden, Colorado as well as at the National Wind Technology Centre near Boulder, Colorado. Mul-T-Lock’s access control solution has been installed at a number of Riverside properties. In the UK, Brivo Systems’ access control security solution has been extended to a number of police substations.

Those planning to attend next year’s Secutech 2011 will be able to see the latest IP surveillance products from a range of manufacturers. Lastly, ASIS International has announced that it is now accepting abstracts for its Asia-Pacific Conference. Read more security news…

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Your first news round-up of the week begins with the story that EMC Corporation is continuing its investment in Verint Systems’ technology by installing their Nextiva IP video security solutions at their corporate headquarters. Brivo Systems is adding industry-recognised certifications in order to signify its dedication to safeguarding customer data.

Ring roads and expressways in India are to have their traffic monitored by Infinova CCTV cameras, while US military bases in Afghanistan are to be given vehicle barricades from Delta Scientific. Finally, Secutech Thailand 2011 will take place between June 30 and July 2, 2011 at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre. Read more news…

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