In today’s news round-up, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) recently made the headlines with the success of the “Mangalyaan” Mars Orbit Spacecraft, the first space agency to do so on its first attempt. ISRO recently installed IndigoVision’s BX HD PTZ Dome Cameras to manage security at the Mars Mission control room in Bangalore. In events news, Christie is exhibiting its surveillance and security solutions this week at SecureTech 2014, Canada’s only all-encompassing public safety, emergency management, and security showcase. The Christie booth includes high resolution flat panels, the Christie Phoenix® open content management platform and the Christie® Brio Team+ integrated wireless collaboration system.

Also in events news, Sicurezza, the International Biennial of Security and Fire Prevention, is set to take place next week in Italy. One of the objectives of an event such as Sicurezza is to provide companies with tools they can use to develop their business in Italy and abroad. In corporate news, Norbain has announced a new partnership with leading Video Management Software (VMS) provider Cathexis, Europe. The Cathexis range of solid VMS products will enhance Norbain’s offering to retail customers and other vertical markets. Finally, also announcing a business partnership are CriticalArc and Building Defence Systems (BDS). Through the partnership, BDS has become CriticalArc’s business development representative reseller. Read more security news…


In today’s news round-up, Christie will showcase its latest innovations including a 2 by 2 video wall, composed of its Entero™ HB 80 inch SXGA+ high brightness display cubes at DistribuTECH 2014, which opens today. Over in Sweden, Teleste’s video management system has been included in Sweden’s National Traffic Management System. The project has been carried out by The Swedish Transport Administration (STA), and has already won the International Road Federation’s Global Road Achievement Awards.

In application news, Kelvin Hughes has announced that it has been contracted by VisSimto supply 11 SharpEye radar sets to protect offshore facilities in Azerbaijan. The company will provide 10 SBS-800-1 (3.7m antenna) systems for offshore production platforms in the Caspian Sea. In corporate news, Jon Laws, Senior Tutor for Tavcom Training, recently delivered five guest lectures at the People’s Public Security University of China, covering topics including Operational Requirement, automated CCTV, benefits of integration and video content analysis. Finally, a new report from IHS suggests that the prevalent use of Automated License Plate Recognition technology will cause a decline of 16.1% in highway/toll barrier revenues by 2017. Read more security news… 


In today’s news round-up, Suprema Inc. has announced that the company’s latest RealScan-G1 fingerprint live scanner has received certification from the Indian Government for India’s Unique ID (UID) project. Rosslare Enterprises Ltd. has been awarded the “Top 10 Security Brands in China” by A&S magazine for its Access Control products.

In application news, IQinVision has recently announced that The Creamery, located in San Francisco, has deployed IQeye HD megapixel cameras to improve customer experience at its cafe. Over in Australia, Christie’s new visual system has helped the Royal Australia Air Force (RAAF) Wedgetail AEW&C 737 (E-7A) Operational Flight Trainer (OFT) to retain its FSD-1 Level 5 accreditation. In event news, the recent ASIS Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition 2012  which took place in Hong Kong, has been deemed as a success, attracting 243 senior security professionals from 28 different countries, as well as conducting a number of high-level educational sessions provided by various speakers. Read more security news…


In today’s news round-up, eneo has announced that it will be co-operating with Mirasys in the development of camera drivers and customer projects. Both companies have entered into a Platinum Partnership that will enable all eneo IP cameras to be supported by Mirasys software until the end of November 2012. Also in corporate news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has issued a statement in response to an Olympic security report recently published by the Home Affairs Selected Committee.

In applications news, SALTO Systems has installed a new electronic access control solution at the Lucan Spa Hotel in Ireland. Over in North America, Two Christie MicroTiles video walls and three Christie DHD800 1-chip DLP projectors are helping keep watch at FishNet Security in Overland Park, Kansas. Finally, Trüb has supplied documents for the Guinean government which will become part of a comprehensive national identity solution to be implemented in the country. Read more security news…


As ASIS International 2012 enters its third day in Philadelphia, Christie will showcase its integrated, high performance, high resolution mission critical video display wall solutions, which are purpose-built for the most complex control room environments. Also in events news, Lumidigm has announced that it will be demonstrating how its fingerprint technology can be extended to read barcodes and authenticate credentials at the 2012 Biometric Consortium Conference (BCC) and Technology Exposition, which takes place next week in Florida. Over in Germany, Xtralis will exhibit solutions from its HeiTel Digital Video and ADPRO security portfolios at Security Essen 2012, which takes place at the end of September.

In application news, VCA Technology Video Analytics has secured a set of armour made over 460 years ago for William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. Over in India, NICE Systems has announced that it will be enhancing the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) security with its IP video surveillance and analytics at the Namma Metro. Read more security news…



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