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, VIVOTEK megapixel cameras have been deployed at Assan Motor and Atlas Khodro offices and showrooms in Iran to help improve their surveillance systems. Following the completion of the installation in February this year, both companies are very pleased with the high image quality of the VIVOTEK cameras and the improvements they have made to the surveillance system as a whole. In the UK, NW Systems video streaming and video monitoring & recording services have been selected by one of the UK’s most respected property development groups, Argent LLP, to provide live and recorded images to the King’s Cross development project in London. Images from selected cameras are simultaneously being streamed using NW Systems’ Steamdays 2 live streaming service to help stimulate engagement and meet the public’s interest in the development project.

In corporate news, EET Europarts has signed a distribution agreement with ACTi. With the distribution of ACTi products, EET Europarts will further broaden its customer value proposition within the range of security and surveillance solutions. Over in India, IndigoVision’s high definition cameras have been deployed at the prestigious Qatar Insurance Company to provide video security for their offices in remote locations. Lastly, at the recent IFSEC 2014 tradeshow, Maxxess demonstrated version 6 of its security management software platform, eFusion. With over 50 new features and enhancements to the platform, the eFusion upgrade is available to existing customers subscribed to software support plans at no extra cost. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, at the upcoming Security Essen tradeshow taking place in October, AirLive will be exhibiting its latest wireless networking and IP surveillance solutions. Visitors will have the opportunity to see a variety of product demonstrations, information and insight into the latest technologies. In corporate news, Axis Communications has announced that its AXIS Camera Companion, an entry-level IP video solution for small installations, has reached a milestone ten thousand downloads this month. In the latest partnership deal, Senstar and PSA Security Network have joined hands to enable PSA members to take advantage of traditional PSA benefits, when purchasing Senstar’s outdoor PIDS solutions, including annual PSA rebates, training and customer support.

In other news, Samsung has been chosen to supply its digital video recorders to the Kia Oval in South London, one of the UK’s most famous international sporting venues, to record video of crowd activity during match days. Lastly, MicroPower Technologies Inc. has recently announced that Hoehn Honda has deployed a comprehensive wireless surveillance solution as a means to control liability and theft, and enhance customer service. Read more security news…

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On today’s new round-up, we begin with application news. 116 Vivotek network cameras have been deployed to secure India’s oldest library, located in the State of Goa. In Morocco, Hikvision’s video surveillance solution has been installed in over 250 Total petrol stations to guarantee the safety of the customers and employees. Over in Colombia, local authorities in the Santander department have chosen QNAP Security’s network video recording solution to monitor crime and keep citizens safe.

In other news, MOBOTIX has announced a three-month programme of Technology Update Sessions at venues across the UK. During the sessions, the MOBOTIX UK team will be demonstrating some of the latest products and updates in the MOBOTIX portfolio to existing and prospective channel partners. Lastly, Opgal Optronic Industries has signed a reseller agreement with Celte SRL, a leading Italian distributor that specialises in electronic components for telecommunications, high-tech, industrial and security applications. Read more security news…

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To start the mid-week round-up, we begin with Optelecom-NKF, who will be highlighting their complete video security and surveillance solutions at ISC West 2011. Bosch has launched its new partner programme for its Building Integration System (BIS) – a modular platform for central alarm management. Pivot3 is riding high, as it has been selected by the Wall Street Journal as part of the top 50 venture-backed companies.

In other news, the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames has chosen a hybrid digital recording system solution from Wavestore to upgrade and expand its surveillance system. Lastly, Timet, one of the world’s largest suppliers of high quality Titanium products, has chosen a surveillance solution from Chubb Electronic Security to monitor production at its Witton Mill plant in Birmingham. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Bosch has begun its Video Solutions tour 2011, visiting cities across Europe and beyond. The tour is aimed at industry professionals interested in learning about the latest security solutions and seeing first-hand demonstration of a range of Bosch products. Salford City Council has been honoured with the Public Sector Security Award, which is given to the Local Authority or Central Government project that gives due consideration to security in the enhancement of the safety of staff and residents. In Warsaw, Poland, Nedap Security has opened a new office to serve the Polish security market.

In other news, Wavestore is set to showcase its digital recording solutions at IFSEC 2011, highlighting the addition of its open platform software to a range of its security products. Lastly, at the other much-anticipated show, ISC West 2011, Diebold has stepped forward as the top-level sponsor for the Security Industry Association (SIA) Customer Appreciation Reception. Read more security news…

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In the world of security this week, there were a number of key appointments as Samsung Techwin named Mr. Lucas Lee Managing Director and SightLogix recruited industry veteran Guy Walker as Northeast Director of Sales. To commemorate its progress, the Security Industry Association (SIA) unveiled its new logo. In response to the recent unrest in Egypt, G4S has helped to repatriate over 1,000 clients from the region via the country’s key international transport hubs including airports, ports and country borders.

In Colombia, Verint’s management software solution along with a mixture of its encoders, video analytics and IP cameras, were chosen to secure a subsidiary of one of the largest brewing companies worldwide, Bavaria. Avigilon’s high-definition surveillance system was selected to protect a residential care home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Konica Minolta leveraged off HID Global physical access solutions to offer its customers the added convenience of using physical access cards for secure print authentication. Lastly, with the help of the reputable Google Ad Planner, the SourceSecurity.com team has compiled some interesting figures to show which websites are leading in the security space. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, we take a look at the week that was. At this year’s Intersec 2011, the top players in the security world were out to showcase their latest product innovations. Dedicated Micros launched its new CamVu500 IP camera, optimised for Closed IPTV, and also exhibited the Closed IPTV model of its powerful DVR/NVR SD Advanced. Also on show was a wide range of access control and door entry solutions from Access Control Technology. At a special night time test and seminar event, CBC demonstrated its expanding range of innovative low light CCTV systems.

In corporate news, Geutebruck opened a new sales office in Johannesburg, South Africa. HID announced that its RFID reader module was chosen by DESKO for its Personal Identification Mini Dock (PIMD) identity-checking system. At Altronix, Ronnie Pennington was recruited as National Accounts Manager. Lastly, in application news, Raytec has installed Infra Red illuminators in one of the most remote bat caves in the world; take a look at the footage. Read more security news…

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A brand new year, and we are back as promised with the latest round-up of security news to keep you in the know.  In application news, Hikvision announced that it has been appointed general contractor of 800-million-dollar safe city program in Chongqing, China. At the Walsall Academy in the UK, Avigilon HD cameras and analogue video encoders have been installed to enhance the existing surveillance system. To enable a medical centre in North Carolina to respond more effectively to emergency situations, the Video Management System (VMS) from March Networks was installed.

In corporate news, Honeywell announced the integration of its Fusion and HRDP Digital Video Recorders (DVR) with European Systems Integration’s (ESI) remote monitoring and remote assistance software. Lastly, for those attending the upcoming Intersec 2011 tradeshow in Dubai, you will have the chance to see the latest innovations from Wavestore, as it will be exhibiting at the show for the first time. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, we bring you a mix of news stories. At the top of the pile, the British Security Industry Association brought news of optimism as it analysed how private and public sector security forces can work together to deliver essential services during times of crisis. For Hikvision, it was time to celebrate as its digital video recorder for mobile surveillance applications won the FSDays (Prague Fire & Security Days) Award at the FSDays 2010 international fair.

In corporate news, Siemens and SALTO both launched something new for the UK. Siemens introduced their Siveillance Command, Siveillance Vantage, and Siveillance SitelQ in the UK market and SALTO unveiled a new co.uk version of their main corporate website. Lastly, CBC’s Ganz CCTV cameras were deployed to undertake surveillance at the Heugh Gun Battery Museum. Read more security news…

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