In today’s news round-up, Nedap has announced a partnership with Gulfnet Communications. The companies will work together to combine Nedap’s AEOS solution with Gulfnet’s IT knowledge on multiple projects in the Kuwaiti market. Over in East Africa, Warrior Security has launched a number of tailored mining security services. The new services will revolve around securing mines in remote locations in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya.

In corporate news, Identive has announced its financial results for quarter three of this year. The company has seen a 14% revenue growth in the last year, with a total revenue of $26.3 million. In application news, Skyguard’s MySOS devices have been chosen as the replacement technology for lone working staff at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust hospitals. Over 600 MySOS devices are now protecting staff at the hospitals. Finally, ULIS has recently announced the appointment of Dr. Christel-Loic Tisse as Chief Technical Officer. Dr. Tisse will be responsible for expanding the company’s intellectual property portfolio and leading product design and development. Read more security news…

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