On today’s news round-up, Apollo has installed its fire detection system at Northern Ireland’s award winning Ulster Museum as part of a £17.5 million refurbishment programme. Over in North America, March Networks has announced that it has received orders totalling more than $2 million from a financial institution ranked among the top 15 largest in North America. The orders extend the bank’s current March Networks installation to more than 1,000 retail banking branches.

In events news, the British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Export Council has given an exclusive preview of what visitors can expect to see at this year’s Intersec exhibition, taking place in Dubai next week. Navtech has also announced that it will be showcasing its sophisticated AdvanceGuard wide-area surveillance solution, as well as enhancements to the witness processing system which drives and controls it. TDSi will also be at Intersec 2012, demonstrating how organisations can benefit from the integration of its new EXgarde product with Texecom’s Premier range of intruder alarm system panels. Read more security news...


Leading into the weekend, we start with news that Informa Exhibitions India will be hosting INDESEC Expo 2010, in association with ASSOCHAM. INDESEC Expo 2010 is India’s only major conference dedication to homeland security. In further conference news, Siemens will be showcasing the latest in integrated security and fire safety systems at Security Essen 2010.

In corporate news, Joachim Platten has become Sales Director at CCTV firm Geutebruck while Richard Hobson has joined the technical support team at AMG Systems. And finally, AD Group CEO Mike Newton has finished fourth in round 4 of the 2010 Le Mans Series, racing for the RML AD Group team. Read more news…

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