On today’s news round-up, TotalMobile and PPM 2000 have announced their new technology partnership geared at facilitating the timely and accurate transmission of security data back to the office where it can be tracked, analysed and reported on. Bridgend County Borough Council’s control room is benefitting from a comprehensive upgrade, at the heart of which is the latest V-TAS Pro Integrated Security Application Platform from icomply. Also in application news, Emizon has assisted a leading UK University to reduce security alarm costs whilst simultaneously upgrading the signalling and adding a remote online diagnostic service to its security and estates management.

Feeling Software has recently announced that it has changed its name to Fortem. The company has also unveiled new company website and logo. In events news, a brand new Security Management Education Theatre will be hosting a free-to-attend educational programme at IFSEC International 2012, the world’s largest annual security event. Read more security news…


In today’s news, MOBOTIX has revealed that its CCTV installation at Richard Austin Alloys has delivered a return on investment in just nine months. Legic has struck up a partnership with Shanghai United Sea Trading, allowing for the marketing of a new range of electronic locks in China.

In other news, IP surveillance company Emizon has appointed Eric Roberts (not to be confused with the actor) and Matthew Rushall to its management team, while Dave Fowler will replace Robert Hile as chairman of the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance. Finally, Visual Verification and Dallmeier will hold an Installer Open Day in Cheshire on September 23rd. The day will be based around the Dallmeier VideoNetBox. Read more news…



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