On today’s midweek round-up, CEM Systems’ security management solution has been deployed to reinforce security at the Cadbury Kraft Food site in India. Over at the Mayflex headquarters in Birmingham, the Mayflex Trade Counter has been given a new lease of life with new product displays and more offers for customers. In corporate news, Arecont Vision has made four new appointments to bolster its sales team.

To help alarm engineers avoid hours of wasted call outs to deal with false alarms, Chiron has introduced its IRIS Touch alarm signaller range, which ensures robust dual-path alarm transmission using the GPRS network scan feature. Lastly, Verint will be showcasing its new portfolio of security systems at IFSEC 2011. Read more security news…


On the mid-week round-up today, at the upcoming annual Manchester Security event, “Security – whatever the cuts” will be at the centre of the agenda as attendees learn about how investing in security solutions during an economic downturn will help them reduce losses associated with threats such as theft and vandalism. Cassadian has boosted its global security electronics business by entering into an agreement to acquire the majority shareholding in South African Electronic Warfare specialist company, Grintek Ewation (GEW).

In other news, Optex and EMCS have joined forces to dramatically drive down the false alarms blighting the security of several sites. A survey conducted by the International Professional Security Association (IPSA) has revealed that buyers of security services desire continued regulation. Lastly, SALTO has promoted Gus Dosanjh as Technical Services Director UK at SALTO Systems. Read more security news…



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