On today’s news round up, Optex and ADI Global Distribution have joined forces in order to deliver multi-brand security solutions. By combining their efforts, they will both now be promoting Optex’s wireless active beam products. In a similar collaboration context, Nedap has partnered with Nedap Technology PartnerĀ (nTp) to strengthen its market position in Germany and aims to replace traditional approaches to hardware integration by using intelligent Linux-based security controllers.

On the other side of the world, organisers of Secutech, the 14th international trade fair for electronic and information security, and fire and safety industries, have announced the dates for next year’s show, which will be taking place in Taiwan. Following Secutech’s vision into the future, the ITEC 2011 conference is living up to its reputation as a forum for forward – looking debate with a new stream entitled “MS&T (military situation and training) – the coming decades”, which will include Australian, UK and US perspectives on a strategic roadmap for defence MS&T. Lastly, with a continuous eye into the future, the city of Sanford has upgraded their five utility facilities and City Hall with Genetec’s Security Center. Read more security news…

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