In today’s news round-up, Panasonic surveillance cameras are being used by DCNS at the Tomorrowland festival in Belgium. DNCS has installed a structured network consisting of a fibre cable backbone and a wireless network on the festival site. In the UK, the Environment Agency has deployed ES2 disaster warning sirens to warn of dangers at Chesil Beach in Dorset, England. The alarm sirens can be initiated either remotely from the Environment Agency’s incident room via the web, from the Environment Agency’s lookout post in the village by radio or independently using a key at each installation.

In corporate news, ISM has announced Penta Techsecure as its business development partner in the Middle East. Based in Dubai, Penta Techsecure is also the regional partner for Bosch, Senstar, KBC Networks and Commend. Over in Texas, TRI-ED will host free, one-day roadshows this autumn. The Technology Roadshows will take place on September 3rd at the Holiday Inn Austin Midtown and October 7th at the Hilton North Houston. Finally, vacant property expert Orbis has released a new white paper on property guardianship. According to the white paper, property guardians provide a cost-effective security solution for landlords concerned about the security of empty properties. Read more security news…

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