In today’s news round-up, HID Global has achieved shipments of over 150 million high-technology eID solutions to governments around the world. The company’s management team and employees, along with local political and business officials, celebrated this milestone in a special ceremony in Ireland. Also in the UK, the natural history/wildlife production company Carynx Wild has deployed CBC C-Allview cameras to monitor activities at a Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Reserve in north Wales and a nature reserve in Hampshire.

In other news, in his inaugural speech, newly appointed chairman of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Geoff Zeidler stressed the importance of “absolute clarity” in setting the long-term direction of the Association against a challenging backdrop of a changing regulatory and market environment. Bosch’s annual Bosch Security Certified Partner (BSCP) Appreciation Night gave a chance for Bosch Security Systems’ Asia Pacific management to interact with their Malaysian counterparts. Lastly, Harper Chalice has announced the appointment of Hedaperimeterlarm Ab Limited as distributors in Scandinavia for PulseSecure electrified perimeter security systems. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, IP security products distributor Mayflex has received the Partner of the Year 2010/2011 award from MOBOTIX. Also in corporate news, surveillance solutions manufacturer CBC has launched a new website as a resource for its Ganz-C-AllView cameras. Access control systems leader TDSi has appointed three executive members to its UK team thanks to their high calibre, expertise and enthusiasm. Also, the latest camera from 360 Vision Technology has been helping to deter nighttime crime with its dual light technology, which offers superb colour images in total darkness.

In application news, Arecont Vision’s panoramic cameras have been providing surveillance security to Malaysia’s largest pay television provider. In events news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) will be advising facilities managers on Information Destruction (ID) best practice at the Total Workplace Management (TWM) exhibition, set to take place at London Olympia next week. Read more security news…

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To start off our weekly round-up, we begin with CBC, who has supplied a Ganz Radar Vision tracking/surveillance early warning detection system to protect Porto Airport in northern Portugal. In India, CEM Systems’ security management solution has been deployed to reinforce security at the Cadbury Kraft Food site. March Networks is riding high, as it has received orders totalling $2.4 million from an existing retail customer for the Company’s Visual Intelligence software and professional Managed Services.

In events news, Verint will be showcasing its new portfolio of security systems at IFSEC 2011. Bosch Security will also be showcasing its new portfolio of high-definition (HD) surveillance products at the show. Lastly, at ISC West 2011, the second Mission 500 Security 5K Race proved to be a great success, as it raised more than $80,000 to sponsor children in need through the World Vision organisation. Read more security news…

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To start off today’s round-up, we have news from CBC Ganz, who has supplied a Ganz Radar Vision tracking/surveillance early warning detection system to protect Porto Airport in northern Portugal. Those attending Counter Terror Expo this week will be able to visit the G4S stand where it will be showcasing its range of security solutions expertise from specialist training to the protection and management of critical infrastructure. Synectics will also be introducing its cutting edge video surveillance solutions at the show.

Looking forward to the much-anticipated IFSEC show, Nedap has announced that it will be presenting its AEOS 3.0 management platform with a completely revised graphical user interface for the intuitive and user-friendly operation.  TAB Systems will also be at the show to launch a new portable access control unit and a TCP/IP Relay controller. Read more security news…

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To end the working week, we begin with Hikvision, who recently hosted ONVIF Technical Committee and Technical Services Committee meetings. At the meetings, ONVIF working groups advanced their efforts in developing specification of the global standard for interoperability of IP-based physical security products. Looking ahead to Counter Terror Expo 2011, CBC has announced that it will be showcasing its range of advanced CCTV systems and Procter Fencing Systems will also be at the show, demonstrating its high-security perimeter fencing and gates.

In the UK, Mul-T-Lock’s innovative Smartair standalone system has been supplied to the BMW showroom in Wollaston. At this year’s Luxury Motor Show in Nottinghamshire, Octavian will be providing complete security at the mega event. To monitor a number of custody suites, West Midlands Police has deployed an integrated surveillance solution from Visimetrics. Lastly, IMS Research reports that innovative video door phones are enabling residents to see who is at their apartment complex or front door from anywhere in the world. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round up, to provide a dedicated one-stop link between its customers and a wide range of support functions, CBC (Europe) has recruited David Cooper as the new Customer Support Manager. There is a new look for the Security Industry Associations (SIA) as it unveils its new logo. Cryptography Research, Inc. (CRI) has announced that in 2010, more than five billion security products were manufactured under license to CRI’s semiconductor security technologies.

In other news, the Cleveland Water Department has selected CNL’s Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software to support future security enhancements. Lastly, Konica Minolta, a leading provider of advanced imaging and networking technologies for the desktop to the print shop, is leveraging the extensive population of HID Global physical access solutions by offering its customers the added convenience of using physical access cards for secure print authentication. Read more news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, we take a look at the week that was. At this year’s Intersec 2011, the top players in the security world were out to showcase their latest product innovations. Dedicated Micros launched its new CamVu500 IP camera, optimised for Closed IPTV, and also exhibited the Closed IPTV model of its powerful DVR/NVR SD Advanced. Also on show was a wide range of access control and door entry solutions from Access Control Technology. At a special night time test and seminar event, CBC demonstrated its expanding range of innovative low light CCTV systems.

In corporate news, Geutebruck opened a new sales office in Johannesburg, South Africa. HID announced that its RFID reader module was chosen by DESKO for its Personal Identification Mini Dock (PIMD) identity-checking system. At Altronix, Ronnie Pennington was recruited as National Accounts Manager. Lastly, in application news, Raytec has installed Infra Red illuminators in one of the most remote bat caves in the world; take a look at the footage. Read more security news…

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To kick-off this today’s news round-up, we begin with announcements of some new appointments. Samsung Techwin has recruited Paul Taylor as the new Access Control Business Development Manager. At Mayflex, Gary Harmer has joined the Physical Security Division as its new sales director, responsible for maximising the sales growth opportunities offered by the increasing adoption of IP-based network video and physical security systems. In events news, the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) New Product Showcase 2011 (NPS) has added 30 new product categories to reflect technological changes in the security industry.

In other news, CBC has demonstrated its expanding range of innovative low light CCTV systems at a special night time test and seminar event. Lastly, IMS has carried out a study surrounding the rising scope of wireless video surveillance in city centres. 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 weekly round-up, we bring you a mix of news stories. At the top of the pile, the British Security Industry Association brought news of optimism as it analysed how private and public sector security forces can work together to deliver essential services during times of crisis. For Hikvision, it was time to celebrate as its digital video recorder for mobile surveillance applications won the FSDays (Prague Fire & Security Days) Award at the FSDays 2010 international fair.

In corporate news, Siemens and SALTO both launched something new for the UK. Siemens introduced their Siveillance Command, Siveillance Vantage, and Siveillance SitelQ in the UK market and SALTO unveiled a new co.uk version of their main corporate website. Lastly, CBC’s Ganz CCTV cameras were deployed to undertake surveillance at the Heugh Gun Battery Museum. Read more security news…

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