In today’s news round-up, VIVOTEK megapixel cameras have been deployed at Assan Motor and Atlas Khodro offices and showrooms in Iran to help improve their surveillance systems. Following the completion of the installation in February this year, both companies are very pleased with the high image quality of the VIVOTEK cameras and the improvements they have made to the surveillance system as a whole. In the UK, NW Systems video streaming and video monitoring & recording services have been selected by one of the UK’s most respected property development groups, Argent LLP, to provide live and recorded images to the King’s Cross development project in London. Images from selected cameras are simultaneously being streamed using NW Systems’ Steamdays 2 live streaming service to help stimulate engagement and meet the public’s interest in the development project.

In corporate news, EET Europarts has signed a distribution agreement with ACTi. With the distribution of ACTi products, EET Europarts will further broaden its customer value proposition within the range of security and surveillance solutions. Over in India, IndigoVision’s high definition cameras have been deployed at the prestigious Qatar Insurance Company to provide video security for their offices in remote locations. Lastly, at the recent IFSEC 2014 tradeshow, Maxxess demonstrated version 6 of its security management software platform, eFusion. With over 50 new features and enhancements to the platform, the eFusion upgrade is available to existing customers subscribed to software support plans at no extra cost. Read more security news…

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In today’s news round-up, Arecont Vision megapixel cameras have been installed at Lotte Department Store in Busan, Korea to enable store management to control liability costs by refuting claims that customers’ cars were damaged while in the store’s parking area. In the UK, ASSA Abloy’s masterkey suite has been deployed to help restore the historic clock tower at Blair Castle to its former glory. Over in the city of Chomutov in the Czech Republic, IndigoVision’s IP Video technology has been installed as part of the city’s strategy to reduce crime and improve traffic flow monitoring.

In other news, to mark its tenth anniversary, IR imaging sensor manufacturer ULIS recently announced that it will invest EUR 20 million investment in a new state-of-the-art facility to meet increasing market demands for IR technology. Lastly, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has advised that biometric technology could provide a highly effective way to reduce fraud in the USA’s Medicare and Medicaid programs. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, Malca-Amit UK, a leading provider of secure logistical solutions and full operational services for companies dealing with precious commodities, has deployed the Avigilon high-definition surveillance system at its new UK warehouse and corporate office to protect and safeguard its clients’ precious cargo. In Latin America, Itautec, a manufacturer/integrator of consumer electronics, banking and retail automation, is now deploying the first 12,000 units of a 33,000-unit ATM network with Lumidigm’s multispectral fingerprint readers for one of Latin America’s largest private banks. Over in Sardinia, IndigoVision has completed a security upgrade at the Villa Devoto, the seat of local government in Sardinia, which is also home to institutional office of the Sardinian President.

In other news, Hikvision has been named as the No.1 global vendor of CCTV and video surveillance equipment in 2011 in a recent IMS Research report. Also on the rise is Opgal, who has been ranked as one of the top ten perimeter security equipment providers in the world by IMS Research. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, the Police department in Monroe, New York have opted to install Arecont Vision’s megapixel cameras in the police department building to protect the department from liability claims and monitor prisoners 24/7.  At St. Luke’s Hospice in the UK, Connexion2’s fully managed SoloProtect solution has been chosen to protect the community nurses when working alone. Traka has secured a £5 million, four-year national call-off contract with the Ministry of Justice to provide UK public sector prisons with secure biometric key and radio management systems.

In other news, the Security Industry Association (SIA) recently announced that Kathleen Carroll, Director of Government Relations for HID Global, is the new Chair of the Government Relations Committee. The announcement was made at the opening of the SIA Government Summit. Lastly, Axis Communications has been chosen to provide a network IP surveillance system for one of the busiest stations in the UK outside of London. Read more security news…

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On today’s news round-up, the director of surveillance operations at several Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurants in Arkansas, USA has chosen to install the MobileCamViewer application from mobiDEOS to keep a 24/7 watch over two locations. Over in Athens, IndigoVision’s integrated IP Video surveillance system is helping to keep traffic flowing smoothly on the Attika Tollway, with hundreds of cameras helping operators identify and respond to problems on the road. In the UK, East Stoke village in Nottinghamshire, which became the first village in the country to win the “Secured by Design” award in March 2011, is now crime-free, thanks to its newly installed IP surveillance system from Mayflex.

In other news, the Secutech Awards have identified the best HD surveillance products on the market. An expert jury and international visitors chose 16 winning products, which included products from Sony, Dahua and Vivotek. Lastly, Tecton has signed an OEM partnership deal with AMG-Panogenics Technology, a British manufacturer of 5 Megapixel cameras. 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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On today’s weekly round-up, Looking back at IFSEC 2011, the SourceSecurity.com team has pulled together highlights from the show in pictures. In application news, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio locking system has been installed and interfaced to the access control system at the Wallace Collection in London to secure its conservation department. Over in Mississippi, M.M. Roberts Stadium is safer thanks to Avigilon’s HD Surveillance System. For those looking to cut costs, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is reminding business that security measures can indeed be sustainable, whilst providing considerable cost savings.

In corporate news, John Menzel has joined CNL Software as Vice President of Marketing, bringing along over fifteen years of  senior management experience to the company. To emphasise the high level of quality of performance, Nedap Security Management has announced that it has increased the warranty period on hardware products to three years on new purchases. Ending on a green note, Nottingham is becoming a greener city as its City Council recently installed a new Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) access control system at Broadmarsh Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP). Read more security news…

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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…

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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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To start off our weekly round-up, we begin with CBC, who has supplied a Ganz Radar Vision tracking/surveillance early warning detection system to protect Porto Airport in northern Portugal. In India, CEM Systems’ security management solution has been deployed to reinforce security at the Cadbury Kraft Food site. March Networks is riding high, as it has received orders totalling $2.4 million from an existing retail customer for the Company’s Visual Intelligence software and professional Managed Services.

In events news, Verint will be showcasing its new portfolio of security systems at IFSEC 2011. Bosch Security will also be showcasing its new portfolio of high-definition (HD) surveillance products at the show. Lastly, at ISC West 2011, the second Mission 500 Security 5K Race proved to be a great success, as it raised more than $80,000 to sponsor children in need through the World Vision organisation. Read more security news…

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