In today’s news round-up, Surveon’s 3-megapixel cameras have been chosen to upgrade inner-city surveillance in one of southern Taiwan’s major urban centres. Surveon cameras offer advanced features including offline recording and advanced profile image settings. In events news, MESSOA will be teaming up with NUUO to make its debut at ISC East at the end of this month. The two companies will showcase intelligent video management solutions that combine superior image quality and system versatility for various applications.

In other events news, five new feature zones will be added to next year’s Counter Terror Expo. Some of the 2014 features will include a border security and access control zone, an integrated security zone, a secure communications zone and a cyber terrorism zone. In application news, a £100m regeneration project at a leisure and retail complex in Dorset is using overhead transom closers from Alpro to protect the site’s historical architecture. Finally, VidSys has announced that Sales Director James Whybrow will lead a workshop session evaluating how integration technologies such as PSIM can reduce costs and improve security for aviation authorities at Transport Security Expo 2013 this week. 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, 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, VIVOTEK recently hosted its ‘I Love VVTK’ party. VIVOTEK’s partners gathered from around the world in Taipei to participate in the annual Secutech Taipei security exhibition and VIVOTEK took advantage of this opportunity to hold the party. In events news, Ingersoll Rand has won the “Best Buildings and Facilities Protection Innovation” award for its range of Automatic Bomb Blast Doors at the Counter Terror Expo Excellence Awards 2013. The superior range of bomb blast doors, which have been applied at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5 and Kings Cross train station in London, are already providing essential protection for passengers and commuters across the UK.

In other events news, Canon Europe will showcase its complete range of network cameras at IFSEC 2013. Canon will meet with existing and prospective partners, distributors, systems integrators and resellers to showcase the strength of its growing network camera portfolio. In corporate news, The Security Institute has announced Emma Shaw as its new Chairman. Working alongside her fellow Directors, she will help take the organisation to its next stage of development by ensuring that it continues to meet the needs of its growing membership. Finally, Elbit Systems’ Brazilian subsidiary has won a contract to supply electro-optic observation systems to Savis Tecnologia. The electro-optic systems will be supplied in 2014 as part of the first phase of the Brazilian multi-year “Sisfron” Integrated Border Monitoring System. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, HID Global has announced that it will demonstrate a range of innovative Identity Assurance solutions at this year’s Infosecurity 2013. HID will highlight its latest ActivID Appliance Authentication solution and conduct live mobile authentication demonstrations at the show, which opens tomorrow. In other events news, TDSi will showcase its EXgarde 4.1 Integrated Access Control Software at IFSEC 2013. John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi, will also be delivering a number of presentations at the IFSEC Academy Centre Stage.

In corporate news, IDIS has announced the opening of a new distributor network in the Netherlands. IDIS Benelux BV offers customers a direct and local operation for DirectIP sales, service and technical support. In other corporate news, eneo and AxxonSoft have announced a technology partnership. AxxonSoft video management software now supports numerous eneo IP cameras, delivering an optimum surveillance solution. Finally, Fairway plans to exhibit intelligence-gathering operations at the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which takes place this week in London. Fairway’s remit is to detect, deter or disrupt terrorist activity and its Key intelligence-gathering operations include Operation Lightning, Operation Trammel, and Operation Camion. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, Ingersoll Rand has won a contract to install its Interflex security software in private accommodation in York. The accommodation project is designed to offer a safe and secure environment for students who attend the University of York. In corporate news, research from the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has highlighted the need for the secure destruction of data. The research was carried out on behalf of the Information Destruction (ID) section of the BSIA and involved a survey which questioned key workers in the healthcare industry.

In events news, Cassidian will showcase its defence and security solutions at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2013), which closes on 30th of March. In other events news, the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which runs from 24th-25th April, will showcase the Global Terrorism Conference. The conference will address the ongoing terrorist challenges that several countries are faced with. Finally, Axis Communications’ IP-based surveillance system has been installed at OCS’ UK head office in Clapham, South London. The system will create a safer working environment for the 300 OCS employees that are based there. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Ingersoll Rand has won a contract to provide steel doorsets to London’s latest skyline addition, the Leadenhall building. Ingersoll Rand was commissioned to supply more than 1,500 general, fire and acoustic steel doors. In corporate news, Barix has collaborated with Enghouse Interactive to create a solution which eliminates the challenges associated with analogue to digital phone systems conversion.

In events news, Cassidian will showcase its defence and security solutions at the Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2013), which opens today. In other events news, the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which takes place in London from 24th-25th April, will address ongoing terrorist challenges. Finally, Axis Communications dome network cameras have been deployed by one of the world’s largest auctioneers of fine art antiques. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, the UK’s newest and most energy efficient datacentre has deployed Samsung IP network surveillance cameras at the heart of its security system. In other application news, Avigilon’s HD surveillance systems have been installed to ensure health and safety compliance at one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of metal pressings and assemblies.

Over in Scotland, Heriot-Watt University has deployed a SALTO access control system to secure its campuses. In corporate news, Gallagher has achieved 75 years in business. To mark this milestone, to company will be celebrating with a number of events throughout the year and across the globe. Finally, the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which takes place next month in London, will feature 30+ case studies on various security aspects. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Verint Systems video intelligence solutions have been deployed by a leading Indian medical company. By monitoring and capturing video, the Verint Nextiva solution is helping to enhance overall operational efficiency. Over in Germany, QNAP Systems is showcasing its new software and technologies at CeBIT 2013, which closes tomorrow.

In other events news, CNL Software is to join with 3Si PTE at Global Security Asia 2013, which runs from 2nd-4th April 2013. The Counter Terror Expo 2013, which also takes place in April, will provide integrated security workshops featuring 30+ case studies on various security aspects. Finally, the SANS institute will be hosting the Critical Security Controls International Summit, which will be held from 1st-2nd May in London. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Vivotek has recently announced its sales results for 2012, having achieved its highest sales revenue. The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has announced the regional winners of its Annual Security Personnel Awards 2013. The awards serve to recognise the hard work of high calibre professionals working within the security industry.

In other corporate news, ICTS has renewed its membership with the International Professional Security Association. In application news, Grosvenor’s JANUS Enterprise access control system has been deployed by the University of Salford as part of its One Card project. In events news, the Counter Terror Expo 2013, which takes place in London in April, is to host an exclusive free to attend workshopRead more security news…

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