On today’s news round-up, Connexion2 has further expanded its Identicom mobile offering with new versions of the “App” for Apple’s iPhone and Android phones. Veracity has gained EC Automotive Directive approval (E-mark) for its CAMSWITCH QUAD PoE switch, making it suitable for all transport installations. Also in corporate news, 3DX-RAY has announced that it has signed a new £1,460,000 contract to supply four of its SVXi small vehicle x-ray inspection systems to a customer in the Middle East. Over in Israel, Elbit Systems Ltd. was awarded an order by the Israeli Ministry of Defense (IMOD) for the supply of Armored Driving Trainers (ADTs) for several Israel Defense Forces combat vehicle types as well as for a Forward Observer Trainer (FOT) for surveillance and observation of the country’s borders.

Over in the UK, in the Borough of Βlaenau Gwent, a Wavestore HVR has been installed by CDS Systems to secure schools, municipal buildings and town centres from vandals. The HVR was installed within one of the schools so that images captured could be recorded both locally and in the borough’s central control room. Read more security news…



                
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