To start the news round-up, we begin with Dallmeier, who was awarded with the prestigious award for “CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year” for its new “Panomera” HD camera technology at the IFSEC Awards. Arecont Vision was also present at the show and exhibited its H.264 megapixel cameras. Over in Nuremberg railway station, Hikvision megapixel vandal-resistant dome cameras have been installed to protect travellers and provide the station operators with context-sensitive information.

For those interested in electromagnet assembly development, Magnet Schultz has unveiled a new website designed to enhance the accessibility of news and resources for the company’s customers and prospects.  Lastly, Siqura has announced that its Siqura Academy will host its first technical training on June 15th and 16th, 2011, at the Security Experience Center (SEC) in Amsterdam. Read more security news…


Today, we look back at the top stories of the week. Starting with updates from upcoming tradeshows, Mayflex has announced that it will be coming to IFSEC 2011 as a trusted IP advisor, with an aim to help those new to IP obtain a greater understanding. At the SANYO stand at IFSEC 2011, there will be a chance to see how full HD technology can deliver evidence grade video, as well as minimise installation costs. Organisers of ASIS International 2011 have secured Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, and Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, as keynote speakers at the event. Those eager to learn more about Bosch security products will have a chance to see first-hand demonstrations, as Bosch has begun its Video Solutions tour 2011.

In application news, Basler’s IP network cameras have been installed at Jerry’s Nugget casino in Las Vegas to secure the gaming facilities. Hikvision’s H.264 compression cards are being used by CEVA Logistics in their security systems. Lastly, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has announced 11 course dates across the United States and Canada for its Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) programme. Read more security news…


On today’s mid-week round up we have a selection of corporate and application news to keep you in the know…

First up, Samsung Techwin has announced its strategic partnership with PSA Security Network.  This move will provide a seamless link between the manufacturer and PSA’s network of more than 285 systems integrators.  To help educational institutions to enhance campus security OnSSI’s has introduced an Education Stimulus Package.

In application news, MOBOTIX CCTV solution has been chosen to protect the Evans Business Centre in Scotland. In the city of Venaria, Italy, Milestone XProtect IP video management software alongside Axis H.264 network cameras is providing a flexible surveillance system. Not enough? Get more news…


To end the working week we look at some interesting security applications and take a peak at some more news headlines.

At the BBC, Bosch’s AEGIS UFLED infrared illuminators has become the solution of choice for night-time surveillance. It has recently been used in a number of high profile BBC natural history programmes.  Florida’s Xtreme Indoor Karting leisure venue has opted for Hikvision H.264 compression cards to help it monitor safety and analyse races.

In corporate world of security a new join to the Optelecom-NKF is set to bolster video surveillance solution sales in the EMEA market. In upcoming events, Brickcom Corporation and Network Video Systems are to host a Technology Roadshow.

Lastly, the BSIA has welcomed the new UK Governments increased focus on CCTV regulation. Need more? View more news…


Here are your daily news bites:

Universal Studios join Hikvision’s H.264 compression cards fan club to combat crime. Those visiting ISNR next month may want to swing by the CEM stand where they will be showcasing their latest access control solution. AMG Systems strengthens its position in India with the appointment of head of sales. Alvarion’s wireless broadband network reduces crime and vandalism in Israeli city by 60%.

To complete the round -up we have an announcement from Octavian as they appoint further board members…



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