On today’s news round-up, Cassidian and ENERTRAG will be working together on beacons for wind turbines. They have signed a declaration of intent, whereby a radar from Cassidian will be integrated into ENERTRAG’s system of beacons. Also in corporate news, RISCO Group has held its unprecedented jeep tour in the mountains of Greece, which was the grand prize of its Outdoor Adventure Campaign. Over in Canada, Avigilon Corporation has announced that it has completed its previously announced initial public offering and secondary offering of its common shares. Avigilon’s common shares have only just begun trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “AVO”.

In application news, IndigoVision’s IP video solution has been employed to streamline logistics operations at Chronopost International in Paris, France. Around 150 cameras supervise the site and provide a valuable video record of shipments. In Krakow, Poland, CEM Systems has provided security management systems to Steskal, a specialist in bakery, confectionary and catering services. The system will be installed by CEM Approved Reseller, AGIS Fire & Security in Poland (formerly ADT Fire & Security). Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) annual Apprentice Installer Awards recognised the hard work and dedication of the security industry’s apprentices as well as rewarded the high standards of service and professionalism. In corporate news, Gallagher Group has hosted a future-focused event for the staff in the market to discuss upcoming products and plans for its direction of business. Opengear has announced it will offer a 50% discount to qualified Cisco training centres around the world for the Opengear IM4200, CM4000 and ACM5000. Leading provider of mission-critical communications systems Cassidian Communications GmbH has signed an agreement with euromicron’s subsidiary telent to take over and continue Cassidian’s analogue radio activities.

In application news, the District of Columbia is now under the City Wide Surveillance Programme by Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software world leader, CNL Software. The latter is in the process of deploying the largest Safe City PSIM solution in the United States, securing nearly 5.6 million people in the Washington metropolitan area on a daily basis. Read more security news…

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