On today’s round-up, we take a look at the top news stories of the week. We begin with Dallmeier, whose products have appeared in the blockbuster movie “Unknown” alongside the likes of Diane Kruger and Liam Neeson. Moving from the dizzy heights of the big screen to the small one, Arecont Vision has released a series of best practice training videos on their YouTube channel to help integrators and users get the most out of Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras. At Citypoint, one of the City of London’s landmark buildings, Wavestore has been chosen to help upgrade the building’s CCTV system.

In its latest study, IMS Research asks: “How safe is your home with video surveillance?” and comments on the global growth of security cameras being sold through the retail channel in 2010. For those anticipating the upcoming IFSEC 2011 tradeshow, Fujinon will be introducing its new 60x, day/night 2 megapixel resolution HD telephoto CCTV zoom lens and SeeTec has announced that it will be showcasing its innovative IP video management software. Lastly, Siqura has announced that its newest cameras will use Pixim’s Seawolf image sensor. Read more security news…

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To start this week’s round-up, we begin with Wavestore, who has been chosen to upgrade the CCTV system of Citypoint, one of the City of London’s landmark buildings. At Oxford University Press, Integrated Security Design has installed Raytec’s RAYLUX Urban LED illumination to provide an eco-friendly lighting solution. In its latest report, IMS Research comments on the global growth of security cameras being sold through the retail channel in 2010.

In events news, Fujinon will be introducing its new 60x, day/night 2 megapixel resolution HD telephoto CCTV zoom lens at IFSEC 2011. At Counter Terror Expo, Vemotion Interactive will be showcasing its Rapid Deployment Encoder. Lastly, this year’s Tetra World Compress is set to take place in Budapest, offering a range of learning and networking opportunities. Read more security news…

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As the World Cup champions, Spain, celebrate their victory, we bring you news from Theia, who also played a small part in this year’s FIFA World Cup. Theia CCTV lenses were mounted on the Net-Cam system that became central in the controversy surrounding the referee call that denied England a goal against Germany on June 27. Sticking with the sports theme, North American Video has announced the completion of an integrated security installation at the Red Bulls Arena in New Jersey.

In other news, Gallagher showed off its integrated security solution, implemented by Port of Auckland, to the press. IP security solutions distributor, Controlware, offered its praises to the Optex REDWALL Partner Programme, after recognising the help it provided. And lastly, Brickcom is preparing to feature its IP technology solutions at the North Hollywood Technology Roadshow 2010. Read more news…

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“The week that was” is the theme for the weekly news round up today. We take a look at the some of our top stories. First up, it was all smiles for Dedicated Micros at the IFSEC Awards as they picked up the award for integrated security product.  At the Verint and Arecont stands at IFSEC it was all about high-definition technology and H.264.

There were also some big appointments in the way of Honeywell’s new VP and general manager Johnny Allia and Milestone’s new VP Sales Europe Martin Brown.

Amongst applications stories NASA featured as it opted for Theia lenses to capture the Sierra Nevada mountain range. In Budapest Axis network cameras were chosen to reduce traffic jams in the capital. Not enough? Get more news…

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As IFSEC 2010 comes to a close, we have some news on the winners at the show. Also in the round up are some application which are literally out of this world.

First up, it was a winning night for Dedicated Micros as they picked up the IFSEC award for integrated security product at the show for their plug-and-play Closed IP TV system.

In the world of applications Theia CCTV lens went out of this world as they were used by NASA to capture the Sierra Nevada mountain range.  At the Kiwi Mini Pris supermarket it was Hikvision network cameras that were the security solution of choice.

Lastly, in Budapest Axis network cameras were chosen to reduce traffic jams in the capital.

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