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…


In today’s news round-up, Antony Smith has joined AD Group from Tyco as the new business development manager for fire detection solution brand FireVu. He will be focusing on the data centre industry and will also be working across a range of sectors including petrochemicals and manufacturing. In other corporate news, DVS Limited has employed five new starters to sustain the incredible growth they it has experienced in recent years.

In application news, Sawbridgeworth Town Council in the UK has completed its upgrade to next generation IDIS DirectIP™ full-HD wireless network surveillance. Designed and installed by systems integrator Sunstone IP Systems, the council selected the DirectIP solution based on performance, affordability and Sunstone’s innovative system design. Also in the UK, ASSA ABLOY has supplied a range of products to the Camino mental health facility to help mitigate patient risk. ASSA’s DC256 clutch thumbturns were installed, offering privacy to patients while ensuring that staff can gain entry at all times in case of emergency. Finally, CNL Software has announced that it will be participating in the Teleste Video Surveillance Summit in Dubai on 7th December. Focused around the deployments of surveillance systems in urban environments, the summit will demonstrate the latest technologies and innovations available to solve today’s challenges in Middle Eastern cities. Read more security news…


In today’s news round-up, HID Global has announced the addition of an entry-level model to its FARGO Direct-to-Card (DTC) printer line. The FARGO C50 printer will be on display at CARTES 2013, which is taking place in France this week. In corporate news, DVS has signed a distribution agreement with Videotec. DVS will stock all of Videotec’s standard housings, LED lighting range and accessories, as well as Videotec’s positioning units.

In application news, AMG Systems and systems integrator Ibham System have completed the installation of an enhanced security system within the Sahara shopping mall in Dubai. The mall now has 160 cameras throughout the entire complex, 27 of which feature pan tilt zoom. In other corporate news, Urmet UK has recently launched its new website. The new site has been updated to feature all the latest information about Urmet UK’s products and services. Finally, Lord Green, the Minister for Trade and Investment, has recently visited Harper Chalice Group in Coventry to promote overseas trade. Read more security news… 


In today’s news round-up, TDSi has appointed two new members to its Customer Care team. Louise White and Dan Clark will play a vital role in directly advising and helping customers, as well as managing returns and tracking the progress of orders. In corporate news, Tavcom has redesigned its website for easier navigation. The site now has a section dedicated to the Tavcom Academy where students can learn about and sign up for comprehensive Continual Professional Development courses.

In events news, CEO of CNL Software Keith Bloodworth will chair the Rail Security Workshop at the Transport Security Expo, which takes place next week in London. The workshop will focus on the security challenges faced within the rail security sector. In other corporate news, DVS has signed a distribution agreement with LG Electronics to provide LG’s video surveillance products to UK installers and integrators. Finally, Lancope, Inc. has announced the appointment of Dan Sibille as Vice President of Channels. In his new role, Dan will drive partner recruitment, market awareness and revenue growth for Lancope. Read more security news…


In today’s news round-up, VIVOTEK megapixel cameras have been installed at Artisan Wine Storage, a leading wine storage facility in Australia. Thirty-eight VIVOTEK cameras were fitted to provide high-quality video feeds, both inside and outside the warehouse. In corporate news, FLIR Systems has announced a strategic distribution agreement with DVS, the electronic surveillance product distributor. The agreement allows DVS to offer FLIR’s complete range of thermal imaging products for commercial security applications to the UK market.

In application news, Mul-T-Lock’s Smartair access control solution has been installed at Leicestershire County Council. A combination of Smartair handle sets and wall readers have been installed in several offices, all of which can be controlled from a computer in the Chief Executive’s Department. In events news, Check Point Software will advise on firewall selection for businesses at Infosecurity Russia 2013. The company will demonstrate “Firewalls Live-Testing” at the event, which is to be held in Moscow in September. Finally, Hytera’s TETRA solutions have received significant attention from public security sectors at Interseg 2013. The event proved to be an invaluable opportunity for the company to strengthen its relationship with organisations in Latin America. Read more security news…



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