In today’s news round-up, Taiwan’s National Chi Nan University has upgraded the analogue security configuration in its library to a VIVOTEK IP surveillance system. The solution includes a total of 36 cameras installed in the library’s interior, including 12 each of the FD8135H, IP8151, and CC8130. In corporate news, AMG Systems and Vidiwave have entered a technology partnership. The agreement integrates AMG’s Panogenics’ PanoCam360 with Vidiwave’s technology solutions for remote management into large commercial fleets in Bus, Haulage and Rail applications.

In events news, Manchester’s annual security event is set to celebrate its twentieth anniversary at the Bridgewater Hall next week. Organised by the British Security Industry Association in partnership with Greater Manchester Police and Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel, the event will explore innovative methods of improving security for businesses and communities. Over in India, AVer is excited to announce a new distribution agreement with Ex-servicemen’s Multipurpose Service (ESMS). Under the agreement, ESMS will be introducing AVer’s range of video surveillance products and solutions to the Indian market. Finally, Tavcom has introduced its new Bite Size Training courses, which provide the opportunity for security industry professionals to fill in gaps in their knowledge without having to spend many hours researching on the Internet. Read more security news…

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