In today’s news round-up, TDSi will be exhibiting its latest solutions at Midwich’s Technology Exposed 2013, which takes place next week at Ascot Racecourse. TDSi and Midwich recently announced their partnership, which offers integrated security technology to a broad range of clients. In corporate news, Milestone Systems is offering full and documented testing by Connex International for certification of Milestone Solution Partner integrations. The Milestone solution certification tests and evaluates such third-party integrations with a focus on four areas: functionality, usability, performance and partner assessment.

Over in France, CCF and eneo will collaborate in a distribution partnership which will target the French market. The partnership will see eneo’s extensive portfolio distributed through CCF’s ten subsidiaries. In other corporate news, Sequent Software and Trüb AG recently announced a technology partnership, in which Trüb will use Sequent’s mobile payments platform to provide over-the-air provisioning and lifecycle-management services for EMV compliant bank cards. Finally, Stanley Security Solutions will be showcasing its latest security and communication products at Healthcare Estates 2013 Exhibition in Manchester. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, ASSA ABLOY will supply its high security steel doorsets to the sister building of The Shard, which together form the London Bridge Quarter development. More than 300 fire and acoustic steel doorsets will be installed throughout the new building, known as “The Place”. Over in Germany, Mobotix AG has had its seminar: “A Vision of Future Proof Digital CCTV” approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects for credits towards CPD requirements. The seminar offers insight into elements of modern CCTV systems and covers topics including decentralised technologies, Power over Ethernet and UK Home Office guidelines on identification standards.

In corporate news, HID Global has partnered with Oberthur Technologies, providing Oberthur with the ability to support the use of Seos digital keys on NFC-enabled smart cards. In other corporate news, ASSA ABLOY, Nedap, DORMA and Zugang GmbH have developed a Standard Offline Access Application (SOAA) for electronic offline locks. By implementing this standard, it will be easy for companies to integrate multiple electronic offline locks from multiple suppliers. Finally, eneo and Avant Video Technology have recently announced a distribution partnership. Avant Video Technology will market eneo products in Spain, Portugal and North Africa. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, ASSA ABLOY, Nedap, DORMA and Zugang GmbH have developed a Standard Offline Access Application (SOAA) for electronic offline locks. By implementing this standard, it will be easy for companies to integrate multiple electronic offline locks from multiple suppliers. In other corporate news, eneo and Avant Video Technology have recently announced a distribution partnership. Avant Video Technology will market eneo products in Spain, Portugal and North Africa.

In application news, Honeywell has recently announced that it is working with London Underground to improve intruder detection and security through the provision of a multi-site, centrally controlled electronic security solution. The solution includes cameras, video analytics and a perimeter intruder detection system. All the systems are integrated via Honeywell’s Enterprise Buildings Integrator (EBI) and Digital Video Manager (DVM). In other application news, CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, have secured the prestigious Khalifa Port & Industrial Zone (KPIZ), Abu Dhabi with the CEM AC2000 SE (Standard Edition) system. Finally, Trüb AG has been selected to provide a new generation of electronic identity cards for the Macau Special Administrative Region of China. Read more security news…

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In today’s weekly news round-up, UBM Live recently announced that IFSEC will move from Birmingham’s NEC to London’s Excel in June 2014. The decision comes at the end of a 12-month period of research and consultation with stakeholders across all communities, which resulted in overwhelming support for a move to London. TDSi has backed British manufacturing by producing its key products in the UK.

In application news, G4S Security Services has made history by securing the UK’s first police-free international football match. Over in India, AMG will exhibit its Ethernet switch and Camera series at SECUTECH India 2013, which takes place in Mumbai from February 28th to March 2nd. Finally, Aimetis has integrated its video management software with eneo IP products. The partnership offers more flexibility and system components for video surveillance solutions. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Aimetis has integrated its video management software with eneo IP products. Over in Mexico, Santa Ana Star Casino has deployed Hikvision network cameras to enhance its security system. In other application news, Worle Community School has selected a solution by Dot Hill Systems Corp. to upgrade its storage in line with the school’s recent move to a VMware-based virtualised IT environment.

Over in Venezuela, Scati has provided a security solution for BBVA Provincial Financial Center, comprising of more than 20 IP Scati Vision video recorders. Finally, SeeTec has strengthened its board of directors with the appointment of Stephen Rasp as CEO. Read more security news…

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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…

As this is our last eNewsletter round-up for 2012, from all of us at SourceSecurity.com, we would like to wish you and your families a very Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year! We will be back on the 2nd of January, ready to kick off 2013 with the latest news, events, products and more to keep you security informed.

 

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In today’s news 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 other corporate news, Mission 500, a non-profit initiative focusing on the security industry, is continuing its integrated marketing campaign beginning in January 2013. Mission 500’s media partners have again joined in offering their support in the form of over US$125,000 in print and electronic media placements.

Over in the UK, Vemotion Interactive has recently announced that they have agreed a technical integration project with Tecton. Tecton will integrate with the Vemotion IP based wireless video encoders so that Vemotion video streams can be recorded by their DVR/NVR products in a control room environment. In application news, Bristol Cathedral has installed a Sony IP network solution to better monitor security and produce more interactive processions. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, eneo has announced that it will be co-operating with Mirasys in the development of camera drivers and customer projects. Both companies have entered into a Platinum Partnership that will enable all eneo IP cameras to be supported by Mirasys software until the end of November 2012. Also in corporate news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has issued a statement in response to an Olympic security report recently published by the Home Affairs Selected Committee.

In applications news, SALTO Systems has installed a new electronic access control solution at the Lucan Spa Hotel in Ireland. Over in North America, Two Christie MicroTiles video walls and three Christie DHD800 1-chip DLP projectors are helping keep watch at FishNet Security in Overland Park, Kansas. Finally, Trüb has supplied documents for the Guinean government which will become part of a comprehensive national identity solution to be implemented in the country. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Hytera has showcased its brand and solutions by touring Brazil last month. The company shared with different audiences the latest systems, products and advancements in the professional radio communications world. In applications news, AES Corporation’s BH4 IntelliVu transceivers were deployed at the London 2012 Olympic games. The Olympic Delivery Authority contracted with McKenzie Arnold Security to carry out last minute improvements for the games, while KeyHole Security made the installation. Also in London, the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel has installed Samsung SCD-2080E dome cameras to enable security personnel to monitor activity in all its public areas.

In events news, Winsted has announced it will be returning to the bi-annual Security Essen show taking place this autumn. Winsted is to exhibit on stand 502A throughout the four-day event on 25-28 Septembereneo has also announced that it will be at the show to present its technology product portfolio. Analogue, HDcctv and IP cameras will be represented in equal measures in the now completed series of Candid bullet cameras and the new callisto fixed domes. Read more security news…

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Welcome to the weekly security news round-up, and it was an impressive seven days for Axis Communications, as its Q1755 network cameras were selected to capture and broadcast the construction of the stadiums Ukraine is building, as it prepares to host the Euro 2010 football championships. Honeywell was chosen to install an integrated building management solution at two college campuses in Cheshire.

eneo revealed that it will be displaying a range of IP cameras and software solutions at the upcoming Security Essen 2010 conference. Also at the show, Samsung will be showcasing all its latest products, including developments in CCTV, access control and intruder detection. And finally, EMC continued its investment in Verint Systems’ technology and implemented its Nextiva IP video security solution at its office. Read more news…

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