In today’s weekly news round-up, Geutebruck France has recently opened its fourth office. Situated in Bordeaux, the new premises provides sales and technical support to the South West of France. The office will be headed by Arnaud Tacchini, who has recently joined the company. In events news, ASSA ABLOY will showcase its Aperio wireless locking technology range at IFSEC 2013, with the full Aperio product range being on display at the ASSA ABLOY stand.
In other events news, The Women’s Security Council (WSC) has granted Axis Communications’ Vice President of Global Sales its Woman of the Year Award 2013 in the manufacturer category. The WSC award honours the top female professionals in the physical security industry in a variety of categories. The winners were presented at this year’s ISC West. In corporate news, Dallmeier has received Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certification. Certification as an Authorised Economic Operator identifies Dallmeier as a reliable and trustworthy organisation in international commerce. Finally, Honeywell Building Solutions has secured a three year contract to maintain business critical systems at Raithwaite Hall Country Retreat. Read more security news…
In today’s news round-up, Dallmeier has received Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certification and as such is now recognised as a company with certificated “AEO-F, customs simplifications/security and safety” status. In other corporate news, Axis Communications’ founder, Martin Gren, has been awarded the Business Medal for outstanding entrepreneurship by The Royal Patriotic Society in Sweden. The medal is awarded to people in Sweden who have contributed to long-term important work in the country.
In events news, Mul-T-Lock will showcase its access control technology at IFSEC 2013, including the Smartair eCylinder and Watchlock padlock security solutions. Watchlock, winner of the 2012 IFSEC Physical Security of the Year award, combines a high security padlock, GPS locating system and SIM card based communication technologies. In other events news, the SANS Institute will host Pen Test Berlin, the largest dedicated training event for ethical hackers in Europe, from 3rd-8th of June 2013. Finally, the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Export Council research has shown a steady growth of UK security exports to Russia. The research took place ahead of this month’s Moscow International Protection, Fire and Safety (MIPS) exhibition, which takes place at Moscow’s Expocentre between 15th -18th April. Read more security news…
In today’s news weekly round-up, LEGIC Identsystems has announced a partnership agreement with Chinese reader manufacturer Shenzhen IB Technologies Development Co., Ltd. (IBT). As a licenced LEGIC partner, IBT is now capable of offering its products and services based on state-of-the-art people identification standards. eneo has announced details of its new international website for end users. Available in nine languages, the new website pursues multiple communication objectives.
In application news, Bristol Cathedral has installed a Sony IP network solution to better monitor security and produce more interactive processions. Over in Germany, Dallmeier network cameras have been used by The Technisches Hilfswerk (THW), a non-profit emergency response organisation, to aid emergency deployment. In events news, the recent ASIS Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition 2012, which took place in Hong Kong last week, has been deemed as a success, attracting 243 senior security professionals from 28 different countries, as well as conducting a number of high-level educational sessions provided by various speakers. Read more security news…
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In today’s news round-up, a recent report by IMS Research has suggested that developments in the service side of the Explosives, Weapons and Contraband (EWC) business should receive closer attention. The report estimates that revenues from the service, maintenance, and installation of EWC detection equipment will grow to $768.9 million in 2012. In application news, a Qccess wireless solution has been installed at the Samsung Life Insurance HQ building in Seoul, Korea.
Over in Germany, Dallmeier network cameras have been used by The Technisches Hilfswerk (THW), a non-profit emergency response organisation, to aid emergency deployment. In other application news, Avigilon has recently announced that Your Neighbourhood Credit Union (YNCU) has deployed the Avigilon high-definition surveillance system to protect itself from theft and fraud. Finally, Mul-T-Lock’s patented security master key suites have completed a recent security upgrade at Halls of Residence at the University of Southampton. Read more security news…
In today’s news round-up, LEGIC Identsystems has announced that it has added Beijing DAT Technology Limited to its partner network. As a result, the reader technology from LEGIC will become part of DAT Technology’s next generation parking space management solutions. Also in corporate news, a new report from IMS Research has predicted that the Americas market for security systems integration will exceed $30 billion in 2016, and will grow at an average rate of more than 7 percent until then.
Over in Germany, Dallmeier has commissioned new cameras to secure the BayArena football stadium. The video surveillance system will help improve security inside the stadium by allowing incidents to be responded to quickly. Also in application news, G4S Technology has announced that it will provide a new smartcard system for thousands of students and staff at Newcastle University. In events news, Milestone Systems has been recognised by Security Products magazine for its XProtect Smart Client 7 as the ‘‘Security Software Product of the Year’’. The award was presented to Milestone Systems at the ASIS Expo, which was recently held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Read more security news…
In today’s news round-up, ASSA ABLOY UK’s Security Solutions division has appointed Bruce East to the role of National Account Manager. One of Bruce’s key tasks will be working with larger manufacturers to manage the 2013 CE marking changes to doorsets. eIQnetworks, Inc. has announced that the company has certified its 200th engineer for its award-winning SecureVue unified situational awareness platform. Also in corporate news, SSAIB has awarded its first security screening certification, which has marked the start of a brand new scheme.
In other news, PureTech Systems has announced the completed installation of its PureActiv wide area video surveillance system at two United States Army bases, with a third near completion. In events news, Dallmeier has announced a Panomera® Promotional European Tour, which will take in 14 stops in five different European countries over a period of seven weeks. The tour will start at Security Essen in Germany from 25th to 28th September. Read more security news….
In today’s news round-up, icomply has announced that it has entered into a technology partnership agreement with SALTO Systems. Also in corporate news, Duos Technologies Inc. has reached the ten-year mark in providing engineered solutions specifically designed for the rigorous requirements of rail and transit security applications. In applications news, an advanced IP surveillance system powered by IQinVision HD megapixel cameras and Milestone network video management software has been deployed at a large agricultural operation in central South Dakota, USA.
In events news, Fluidmesh Networks will be hosting its second annual Global Partner Conference at the beautiful W. Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Over in Germany, Dallmeier’s patented Panomera multifocal sensor system will be presented at Security Essen in September on the open-air exhibition ground in a show truck designed by Luigi Colani. Read more security news…
In today’s news round-up, IMS Research has reported that network video surveillance sales have overtaken analogue video surveillance sales in the Middle East. Its recently published report on this market estimates that network video surveillance equipment accounted for 53% of video surveillance equipment in 2011. At the upcoming Sponsor’s Sports Venue Summit in Germany, Dallmeier will be showcasing its multifocal sensor system Panomera. In corporate news, Altronix has redesigned its website to provide visitors with fast and easy access to information along with an improved online experience.
In other news, Samsung Techwin America has recruited three new sales professionals to support the company’s increasing sales activities. Joining the company are Kerby Long as Northeast Regional Sales Manager, Bill Grella as Southeast Regional Sales Manager, and Todd Wysocki as Central Regional Sales Manager. Lastly, MicroPower Technologies has partnered with Sprint to enable the company to leverage Sprint’s network as an additional channel to transmit wireless video. Read more security news…
On today’s news round-up, MESSOA has named Allan LEE as its new President, thanks to his extensive experience and leadership in the video surveillance industry at top senior positions. MicroPower Technologies has appointed Jim Brailean, CEO, PacketVideo, and Kevin Hell, Chairman, EvoNexus, a San Diego-based high-tech incubator, to its Board of Directors. MOBOTIX has presented their new international network programme that offers certified partners multiple benefits and provides them with useful tools and information.
In application news, MESSOA’s NCR870 network solution has been deployed to secure Renhe Elementary School in Taiwan. In events news, Dallmeier will be presenting its comprehensive portfolio of professional video management systems at IFSEC 2012, which will take place from May 14th to 17th in Birmingham. The highlight will be the award-winning and much-lauded multifocal sensor system Panomera®. Read more security news…
On today’s news round-up, Nedap Security and Beijing East iReader Intelligent Technology co. Ltd. have entered into a business partnership for the northern Chinese market. Also fostering a partnership are Idesco and Niscayah, who have announced an agreement to strengthen their long-term cooperation. Also in corporate news, Axis Security has appointed Peter Honnan as its new Regional Manager for Scotland and Northern Ireland, thanks to his extensive management experience with such firms as Corps Security, Chubb Security Personnel and Reliance Security.
In application news, Verint Systems has announced that G.D. Goenka Public School in India has deployed Nextiva IP video solution across its campuses to help enhance the safety and security of students, faculty and assets. Also in application news, high-definition IP cameras from Dallmeier have been integrated into independent building management, security control technology and digital video systems leading manufacturer, Schille Informationssysteme GmbH, building and security management software. Read more security news…