In today’s news round-up, Australian retailer Harvey Norman is upgrading its video security systems with Geutebruck IP technology. Bill Elkass, Harvey Norman’s general manager of loss prevention, has been pleased with level of detail that the cameras are able to detect. In corporate news, Traka has signed a reseller agreement with Next Generation Mobility of Munich for the latter to integrate and sell its Traka Touch Key Management systems as part of the comprehensive cloud-based fleetster pool vehicle management and corporate car sharing solution.

In other corporate news, IndigoVision has announced record first quarter results, a 33% increase of camera sales as well as undertaking several major projects including the overlay system for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Barix has promoted Frank Frederiksen to COO following a successful 15 months as Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy. Frank will continue to oversee product management at Barix while working to enhance company operations. Finally, VidSys is experiencing success across Europe and the Middle East following the 7.5 release of its PSIM software platform. Read more security news… 

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