In today’s weekly news round-up, Dahua Technology has collaborated with Banco do Brasil S.A., the largest Brazilian and Latin American bank, to install over 20,000 units of analogue cameras and 1,500 units of DVRs across Brazil. As we draw closer to the Intersec security exhibition in Dubai, ASSA ABLOY has announced that they will be on hand to showcase its latest wireless access control innovations from Aperio®, SMARTair™ and CLIQ®.

In application news, Samsung Techwin’s network dome cameras have been installed at Europe’s largest indoor trampoline arena in Manchester. Also in application news, Milestone Systems’ open platform IP video management technology is helping Taminco USA to manage employee safety and to uphold federal regulations for the production and transportation of hazardous materials. Over in Indonesia, 200 VIVOTEK surveillance cameras have been installed at Sido Muncul, the country’s leading producers of health drinks and products.

In France and around the world, questions about security have been raised in light of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris last week. Our Editor Larry Anderson has written a piece in his column reflecting on the problems the recent tragedy has for the security industry. Our European Correspondent Jeremy Malies has also written a piece reflecting on the lessons to be learned for physical security. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Dahua Technology has collaborated with Banco do Brasil S.A., the largest Brazilian and Latin American bank, to install over 20,000 units of analogue cameras and 1,500 units of DVRs across Brazil. In other application news, Royal Boon Edam recently announced they have won the order for the installation of their Airport Swinglane self-boarding security lane at Xiamen International Airport. This project will be the first self-boarding project in China which is not installed as part of a pilot programme.

In corporate news, DVS Limited has recruited Paul Jones as the new Area Manager as DVS continues its surge in recruitment in order to compete with its growing number of customers. Over in the UK, NW Systems have opened their new office in London, providing a base chiefly for sales and engineering operations. Finally, EOS Innovations President David Lemaitre has shared his thoughts on the rapidly growing security robotics market. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, the HDcctv Alliance is announcing a new global standard of HD analogue, HDCVI 2.0, which is based on Dahua’s HDCVI technology. The standard aims to provide a stringent level of certification among manufacturers. As the HDCVI technology inventor and patent owner, Dahua introduced the milestones of the HDCVI development. Also in corporate news, IDIS has formed a technology partnership with wireless networking solutions specialist SilverNet. The partnership has seen customers utilising SilverNet’s products to deliver wirelessly networked DirectIP™ surveillance solutions to deliver tangible cost savings.

Also announcing a new technology partnership are Videalert and Wavestore. The partnership will enhance the level of interoperability achieved between Videalert’s Intelligent Digital Video Platform and Wavestore’s video management software. In events news, SALTO is set to exhibit at Transport Security Expo in London from Tuesday 2nd December to Wednesday 3rd December 2014. The show is the perfect location for SALTO to showcase their wide range of contactless access control solutions which are already used by Heathrow Airport, British Airways, DHL, Munich Airport, Ireland West Airport Knock and many more. Finally, ASUSTOR Inc. has announced that it has joined AXIS’s Application Development Partner (ADP) Program. ASUSTOR will now be able to receive the VAPIX® application components from AXIS, along with technical documentation, software development kit and specialised development support in order to implement a more comprehensive technical integration. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, MOBOTIX Corp. has won a patent infringement lawsuit against e-Watch Inc. More inter partes review proceedings requested by MOBOTIX Corp. challenging e-Watch Inc.’s patents are pending at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In events news, Dahua Technology is introducing its HDCVI Gen II cameras at Security China 2014, which opened this week Beijing. The HDCVI Gen II camera features a high performance sensor and Dahua in-house chipset DH5000, which combines Image Signal Processor (ISP) and TX chipset. Also at Security China 2014, VIVOTEK is displaying its latest technologies at Hall E2 Booth No. E56, allowing visitors to have a first-hand experience of the latest surveillance systems.

In corporate news, DVTEL recently announced that it has named Jack Meltzer as Senior Director, Global A&E Program. Mr. Meltzer will help network architects, engineers and consultants to develop expertise with DVTEL’s intelligent, open video surveillance technologies and to specify projects that incorporate DVTEL solutions. Finally, Cornhusker Bank in Lincoln, Nebraska has revamped its security operations across all branches using Genetec Security Center, a unified security platform that blends video surveillance (Omnicast) and access control (Synergis). Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, ASSA ABLOY’s 580 electric lock has been installed on doors at Stockholm’s Karolinska University Hospital, maintaining secure access protection while allowing rapid evacuation and re-entry. After a successful pilot project on 20 doors, the technology is now being implemented on 350 doors across the hospital. In corporate news, Dahua Technology has joined the HDcctv Alliance as a Steering Member and taken positions on the body’s board of directors. The company hopes that its participation will help to accelerate the worldwide migration to HD surveillance.

In application news, AxxonSoft and VisionxIP have completed the installation of a Safe City municipal video surveillance system in Rio Gallegos, Argentina. The project combines Axxon Next software with hardware from VisionxIP and is managed by a situation centre which responds quickly to events. Over in Latvia, DIGIEVER and VIVOTEK have partnered to supply the security system for a plywood factory. In addition to using it as a security tool, the factory is using the system to improve the efficiency of its manufacturing processes. Finally, Axis Communications, PROTECT and Milestone Systems have collaborated on a fog security system. The PROTECT fog cannons are linked to Axis thermal cameras, and both systems can be controlled using Milestone Systems software. Read more security news…

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