On today’s news round-up, specialist in video display devices Matrox celebrates its 35th anniversary. GB Monitoring has welcomed the updated BS 8418 Code of Practice for remotely monitored CCTV systems, which is designed to increase detection standards and is expected to put pressure on non-compliant operators. Ingersoll Rand has integrated its electronic locking system with CEM Systems access control solutions.

Looking at new corporate roles and positions, PECAN CCTV has appointed Mark Blackwood to the new role of UK Sales Manager thanks to his eighteen-year sales representative and managerial experience for some of the industry’s major players. Pelco by Schneider Electric officials have announced that as of July 1, 2011, East Region systems integration Vice President Sam Belbina takes on the Security Centre of Excellence (COE) and Video organisation. Read more security news…

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Looking back at the top stories of the week, we begin with some events news. At the much-anticipated IFSEC 2011, Samsung will be showing off its ‘Samsung City’ concept on its largest booth ever. Basler announced that it will be featuring its new fixed IP domes with audio functionality at the upcoming ISC West 2011. The ISE 2011 show proved to be a great success this year as it attracted a record 34,870 industry professionals. Pivot3 has joined forces with Genetec and Arecont Vision to host a series of one-day educational events throughout Europe to provide an opportunity to learn about the benefits of an integrated IP solution.

In other news, ADT’s electronic fire and security solutions were installed at Dublin Airport’s new Terminal 2 (T2) to enable visitors to stay safe and have a pleasant experience travelling through the airport. IMS Research reported that local companies would dominate the Chinese security systems integration market within the next few years. Lastly, according to GB Monitoring’s Operations Director, Tom Smith, many councils across the UK are facing the prospect of having their manned CCTV monitoring stopped due to budget cuts. Read more security news…

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On the mid-week round up today, SightLogix is set to unveil its Video Security Trailer at Border Security Expo 2011, along with a whole host of visible and thermal outdoor video analytics cameras. At this year’s IFSEC 2011, Samsung will demonstrate its new Samsung City concept on its largest booth ever, showcasing all its latest security solutions. Bosch is riding high as its new commercial loudspeaker ‘Vari-directional Array’ wins the prestigious InAVation Award.

In other news, ADT’s electronic fire and security solutions have been installed at Dublin Airport’s new Terminal 2 (T2) to enable visitors to stay safe and have a pleasant experience travelling through the airport. Lastly, according to GB Monitoring’s Operations Director, Tom Smith, many councils across the UK are facing the prospect of having their manned CCTV monitoring stopped due to budget cuts. Read more security news…

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