On today’s news round-up, FutureSentry has entered into a strategic agreement with Sun Surveillance, a South Carolina-based wireless security technology provider. The agreement will enable FutureSentry to bring to market a solar-powered FutureSentry First Responder unit that is ideal for areas with limited access to power or cabling. Also in corporate news, Schneider Electric and ULIS have joined forces to bring infrared technology to camera surveillance. In application news, Elbit Systems has won a contract with IMOD to manage a communications equipment project. Over in the US, NLSS Gateway has become the chosen campus security management system provider for Culver City Unified School District.

In events news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) will attend the forthcoming Total Workplace Management (TWM) exhibition, set to take place at London Olympia next week. At the exhibition, the BSIA will advise facilities managers on Information Destruction (ID) best practice and underline the growing security and financial implications for organisations that fail to take rigorous and timely steps to dispose of their data. Read more security news…

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