In today’s weekly news-round up, VIVOTEK megapixel cameras have been installed at Artisan Wine Storage, a leading wine storage facility in Australia. Thirty eight VIVOTEK cameras were fitted to provide high-quality video feeds, both inside and outside the warehouse. In events news, Security Technology Live has announced that its debut 2014 show has seen high interest from security manufacturers and distributors keen to operate in the security channel market. The show opens in Birmingham next May and has already sold 50% of its floor space.

In corporate news, ASSA ABLOY has launched a new seminar to help clients understand keyless access solutions. The CPD Seminar will provide an introduction to access control and the different keyless access solutions, components and products. In application news, Mul-T-Lock’s Smartair access control solution has been installed at Leicestershire County Council. A combination of Smartair handle sets and wall readers have been installed in several offices, all of which can be controlled from a computer in the Chief Executive’s Department. Finally, Hytera DMR Radios have been used to provide secure communication during filming of an Arctic documentary. Benjamin Pothier opted for the Hytera PD78X since it offered a superior solution with both analogue and digital capabilities. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, ASSA ABLOY Access Control has launched a new seminar to help clients understand keyless access solutions. The CPD Seminar will provide an introduction to access control and the different keyless access solutions, components and products. In events news Security Technology Live has announced that its debut 2014 show has seen high interest from security manufacturers and distributors keen to operate in the security channel market. The show opens in Birmingham next May and has already sold 50% of its floor space.

In corporate news, System Sensor Europe has appointed Peter Mita as Business Manager. Peter will be responsible for managing and building relationships with fire systems integration partners. Over in Asia, IB Consultancy has introduced the Non-Conventional Threat CBRNe Awards to support the international CBRNe Community. Prizes will be awarded in the categories of products, innovation and capability. Finally, IT4VISION is upgrading the CCTV system in a Newcastle comedy club. The new cameras will give a general view of in front of the stage, the club’s side seating area and its rear seating area. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Genetec has announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with ASSA ABLOY. The companies will offer streamlined integration of Genetec’s intelligent IP door controller with electronic locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT. In corporate news, IDIS has appointed Greg Kulesza as its new Technical Manager to support the growing number of DirectIP customers and partners. Greg will oversee the recently established IDIS demo and training centre, which is already hosting regular DirectIP training programmes.

In other corporate news, Morpho is to provide INTERPOL with a range of innovative biometric solutions and other technical support to enhance global security. As part of the five year partnership agreement, Morpho’s cutting-edge facial recognition technology will be supplied to INTERPOL as a criminal identification tool. In events news, Clarion Events has appointed Singleton PR to take charge of public relations for Counter Terror Expo 2014. The event, which takes place in April at London’s Olympia, was attended by over 9000 people in 2013. Finally, Lumension’s Regional Sales Director is to deliver a keynote presentation at Infosecurity Russia 2013. With more than nine years of experience in IT service and information security management, Edvinas Pranculis will provide a unique insight into the topic of “Moving from Threat Centric to Trust Centric IT Security Model”. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, the dedication of 15 security professionals has been recognised in the national round of this year’s British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Security Personnel Awards, presented this month at the Association’s annual lunch in London. The awards categorised as: Service to the Customer, Outstanding Act, Best Newcomer, Best Use of Technology and Best Team were presented by Steve Rodhouse, Commander for Gang and Organised Crime for the Metropolitan Police. In application news, Trüb has been chosen to supply polycarbonate datapages for Malaysia’s next generation of e-passports. In a worldwide first, Trüb’s innovative ‘tru/vision solution is being used to implement true-colour UV security elements in the passports, strengthening the company’s position as a leading supplier of high-end polycarbonate identity documents.

In corporate news, Ingersoll Rand presented their “2013 Hospitality Security Technologies Research Report” at the Hospitality Security Status & Solutions Seminar in Beijing last month. The conference saw hotel designers, management and development companies discuss hotel security, choosing security products and industry standards. In events news, Clarion Events has announced further support for Security Technology Live 2014, taking place in Birmingham in May 2014. Companies continue to sign up to participate at the show and next year’s exhibitors will include Navtech Rader and Traders Warehouse. Finally, SANS Dubai 2013, the Gulf Region’s largest InfoSec training event has opened for online registration. The event will be held at the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah resort and will feature a roster of courses covering hacker techniques, incident handling, and computer forensic investigations. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Wavestore has been commissioned to install 360 degree panoramic cameras in the Greaves Motorsport’s pit area. The video captured by the cameras will be recorded and stored on a Wavestore recording system, which will allow the extraction of individual video clips showing activity during each pit stop. In corporate news, the Information Destruction Section of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) hosted its fifth successful Conference and Exhibition last week at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. Delegates had the opportunity to attend a comprehensive line-up of expert speakers, while exhibitors were given the chance to showcase their products and services to attendees throughout the day.

In other corporate news, The Security Industry Association has launched a new journal about security technology called SIA Technology Insights. The publication provides original, exclusive, vendor-neutral analyses of emerging security technologies from industry leaders. In events news, Meyertech’s Andrew Denton will present the importance of ONVIF in the security sector at IP-in-Action LIVE 2013. The talk will focus on demystifying ONVIF and exploring why standards matter to the industry. Finally, Vemotion has announced its participation in an innovative telemedicine trial conducted by the Swinfen Charitable Trust in Nepal. The successful trial proved the ability of medical staff to communicate in real time back to expert healthcare support across the Swinfen network. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has recently announced a partnership with Skills for Security. Clarion Events has launched a new installer and channel facing event, Security Technology Live, which will be held in May 2014 at the NEC, Birmingham.

CityFibre is working with the City of York Council to consolidate its CCTV networks onto the city’s metro fibre core by 2015. In application news, Vital Technology’s Xtend mobile rapid deployment CCTV tower has been used to protect locations against crime. Finally, CNL Software will highlight situational awareness at this year’s ASIS 4th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition, which takes place next week in Dubai. Read more security news…

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