In today’s news round-up, Alvarion has announced that its wireless solution was deployed by NetX Internet, the primary communication and Internet access company for Marvel’s “The Avengers,” to help deliver secure and seamless wireless broadband connectivity for film production. At Singapore’s first major and biggest suburban mall, Bosch dome and PTZ cameras have been installed to offer a discreet accessible network surveillance system. In the US, Tornado chasers have chosen OnSSI’s Ocularis video management software to simplify capture of multiple high-definition video images of tornadoes and severe weather.

In other news, AMG-Panogenics megapixel cameras have been integrated with the Cathexis CatVision IP Surveillance Software Suite to offer clients a holistic surveillance solution. Lastly, Europa has further demonstrated a commitment to being recognised as a first class provider of professional security services after becoming a member of the International Professional Security Association (IPSA). Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, we start with the latest IFSEC news updates. For those in need of knowledge of IP-based systems and products, IFSEC 2012 organisers will be hosting an extensive IP education awareness programme at this year’s show in order to help visitors safeguard their future business. RISCO Group’s new access management solution axesplus will be on showcase at IFSEC. The solution is designed to meet the stringent security requirements of high-end, multi-site and multi-tenanted deployments.

In application news, Avigilon has been chosen to provide its high-definition surveillance system to secure the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Albuquerque. The system will ensure the security of guests at their hotel and 100,000 square foot casino. HID Global FARGO printers/encoders will be deployed by AwardWallet LLC to produce secure ID cards for its consumer loyalty programme tracking and management service. Lastly, SightLogix has appointed Todd Brodrick as its new Director of Sales in the Western United States. Read more security news…

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On today’s weekly round-up, we begin with Avigilon, who has installed its HD surveillance solution at the Rogers Centre, one of Toronto’s top tourist attractions. In New Jersey, Harrison Police Department has deployed IndigoVision’s IP video technology to improve its incident response. Moving to the healthcare sector, US hospital Brooke Army Medical Centre (BAMC) has upgraded its video surveillance capabilities, thanks to NICE Systems Ltd. At the Le Mans MMArena in France, Milestone Systems open platform software and Sony HD cameras are helping to keep the stadium and visiting fans safe and secure.

In other news, Ingersoll-Rand and CNL Software have joined hands in order to provide customised technology solutions to healthcare units. On the same note, Panasonic has teamed up with Richmond Electrical Wholesalers (REW) to distribute security systems in Ireland. Lastly, SightLogix President & CEO John Romanowich received the Security Industry Association (SIA) “Statesman Award” on June 21 during SIA’s 2011 Government Summit in Washington, DC. Read more security news…

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To end the working week, we begin with more pre-IFSEC updates. At the show, Canon Europe will be unveiling a whole host of products, including its new line of high definition network surveillance cameras and network video recording software. Salto will also be showcasing a number of brand new access control products at the show. Later this year, at G2E Asia, Dallmeier will be presenting a broad range of high definition video security solutions for casinos.

In other news, following Japan’s nuclear disaster and instabilities in the Middle East, Nazrey Khalid, Senior Research Fellow for the Maritime Institute of Malaysia, has advised that these events are bringing about a dynamic change in the global energy market place, forcing countries to reconsider their energy infrastructure security options. Lastly, Avigilon has appointed Keith Marett as the company’s new director of marketing and communications. Read more security news…

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On today’s round-up, we focus on the latest pre-IFSEC 2011 show news. Honeywell has announced that it will be promoting a broad spectrum of security solutions that protect people, possessions and assets at small and large commercial sites and residential sites. For those interested in CCTV lighting solutions, Raytec will be showcasing lighting solutions for all types of environments. At the Pelco stand, there will be a number of new security systems to see, from HD PTZ domes to video management platforms.

Penny + Giles, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Controls, will be exhibiting for the first time at IFSEC, introducing its industrial range of solenoid actuators and joystick controllers and sensors. Lastly, in corporate news, VIVOTEK and Wavestore have integrated their CCTV solutions to offer easy options for consultants, installers and system integrators, who wish to recommend IP-based surveillance solutions. Read more security news…

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To start this week’s round up, we begin with Milestone Systems, who has announced that its investments in new markets have helped its revenue to increase by 56 percent. ADT is also riding high, as it has achieved Platinum certification in the Dealer Service Certification Program for Honeywell’s security enterprise-level products. At this year’s Infosecurity Europe 2011, HID Global and ActivIdentity will be exhibiting their access control and converged solutions.

For those anticipating the IFSEC 2011 tradeshow, Bosch Security Systems has announced that it will be showcasing its new portfolio of high-definition (HD) surveillance products. Lastly, March Networks has received orders totalling $2.4 million from an existing retail customer for the Company’s Visual Intelligence software and professional Managed Services. Read more security news…

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To end the working week, we focus on ISC West show news. As we reach the last day of the show, Avigilon has introduced its Control Center 4.8 Network Video Management Software. HID Global is also showcasing its U.S Federal Identity Compliance initiative for Physical Access Control at the event. For those interested to learn more about outdoor video analytics systems for perimeter security applications, SightLogix has launched a new National Accounts Programme for large-scale integrators.

In corporate news, Arecont Vision has integrated its megapixel cameras with FST21 safe identity management systems. Lastly, the COMPRION terminal simulator has been adopted by 5 card manufacturers and many world-leading operators to test their smart cards according to ISO/IEC 7816, SWP and HCI specifications. Read more security news…

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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…

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To end the working week, we focus on the latest from the 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 have secured Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, and Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, as keynote speakers at the event.

In other news, an Avigilon HD surveillance system has been deployed at London-based financial services company CMC Markets Plc to protect employees and visitors at its headquarters as well as secure critical customer information. Lastly, Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras have achieved UL listingRead more security news…

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To wrap up the working week, we begin with news from Magal, who has secured three orders worth $4.1 million to provide perimeter protection solutions at homeland security sites in Asia and Latin America. HID has also received an 85,000-unit order from a major U.S. government agency for the company’s OMNIKEY contact smart card readers. The British Security Industry Association has welcomed the new Protection of the Freedoms Bill, published by the coalition government, which demands a code of practice for the CCTV industry.

In other news, Avigilon has recruited seven new sales executives and promoted two sales executives to address the growing demand for the company’s award-winning HD surveillance solution in North America and Europe. Altronix has chosen the Atkins Group to represent its product line throughout New England, Connecticut and Upstate New York. Finally, QNAP will be exhibiting its ONVIF-compliant network surveillance systems at the upcoming CeBIT 2011 show. Read more security news…

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