Looking back at the top news stories of the week, we begin with a report from IMS Research, which revealed that the EMEA and Americas wireless infrastructure used in video surveillance were predicted to rise 20% this year. Siemens MD Dave Pickles called for a more intelligent approach to financial planning in the field of HD CCTV, a field he says, “shows no signs of slowing down”.

Dedicated Micros’ Closed IPTV has been shortlisted for the gong of “Security Innovation of the Year” at next month’s Security Excellence Awards, while Geutebruck announced that they will be exhibiting at Security Essen 2010, showcasing their latest video surveillance technology products. Finally, Hampshire County Cricket Club’s Rose Bowl stadium is being protected by a Sony IP security system. Read more security news…

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In the security news round-up for today, Hampshire County Cricket Club has announced that its home stadium, the Rose Bowl, will be protected by a Sony end-to-end IP video security system, purchased from Heston Apex Europe Ltd. Also in application news, Midlothian Community Hospital in the UK is now a lot more secure courtesy of the AC2000 Lite video management system from CEM Systems.

IMS Research has predicted a revival of the Russian video surveillance market in 2010, with a return to pre-economic crisis levels, while Hikvision has created a high quality mobile solution to protect drivers and passengers on the bus services in the Chinese city of Ningbo. Finally, wildlife specialists Wildlife CCTV has teamed up with lighting manufacturer Raytec to capture some rare, never-before-seen footage with the latest in infra-red LED technology. More security news…

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