In today’s news round-up, Panasonic Corporation has announced that it will be supporting the London 2012 Paralympic Games as the official partner in the Audio and Visual Equipment category. Also in corporate news, D-Link has partnered with Computer 2000 to make D-Link’s consumer and business networking available to a whole raft of new resellers and drive continued growth for both companies and their reseller partners.
In application news, Proxim’s wireless backhaul systems have been deployed by Oceanic Broadband Solutions to provide connectivity for the National Bank of Vanuatu (NBV). In Singapore, AMG’s transmission solution has been deployed at the newly opened Woodsville Tunnel in Singapore. Lastly, Harper Chalice’s electrified perimeter security technology solution has been installed at the UK’s largest vehicle dismantling and salvage company to protect its Huddersfield site. Read more security news…
On today’s news round-up, CCTV lighting expert, Raytec has released a new video to provide a unique insight into its quality control secrets. The new video showcases a number of additional quality tests implemented for 2012 to ensure the highest levels of performance. Keeping up with rankings, Octavian Security has been ranked just one point short of the top ten percent of security providers in the UK, in the voluntary Approved Contractor Scheme, carried out by the Security Industry Authority.
In other news, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has released results of new research which underlines the heightened demand in the Middle East marketplace for the latest security systems from UK businesses. To improve its product offering in the healthcare sector, G4S Secure Solutions (USA) has appointed Bernard J. Scaglione as its new Director for Healthcare Vertical Markets. In application news, Dumfries & Galloway Constabulary and Scottish National Heritage (SNH) have sought the help of Vemotion Interactive to provide a low bandwidth video solution to monitor vulnerable wildlife sites in the area. Read more security news…
On today’s mid-week news round-up, we focus on the latest in corporate news. First up, Geutebruck has launched a new sales office in Johannesburg, South Africa. The office will provide technical support for local partners across the region. Kiwi Semiconductor, a developer of analogue semiconductor solutions, has announced the completion of a successful capital raising campaign, totalling $1.75 million New Zealand Dollars. To best support its expanding line of systems-based power products, Altronix has recruited Ronnie Pennington as National Accounts Manager.
In other news, Network Video Technologies (NVT) has released an updated version of their comprehensive Hybrid Video Product Solutions guide. Lastly, for those attending this year’s SIA Government Summit, author and “Fox News Sunday” commentator Bill Kristol and longtime Democratic Party insider Bill Press will be debating on the impact of the 2010 mid-term elections and the prospects for the 2012 presidential campaign. Read more security news…
Looking forward to the 2011 tradeshow season, Dallmeier has announced that it will be showcasing a complete range of HD and megapixel cameras at Intersec 2011. In corporate news, SureView has joined a long line of integrators to become part of Xtralis’ ADPRO Advantage Partner Programme. Genetec is celebrating as it has been named regional winner of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2010 Program.
In application news, at the Baylor Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, CEM Systems’ security management system has been chosen to secure the premises. Lastly, a networked public address system from UK-based ASL Safety & Security has been installed at the Dungeness site, a former nuclear power station in the southeast of England now being decommissioned. Read more news…
Looking back at the top stories of the week so far, we begin with a news piece from ONVIF Chairman, Jonas Anderson. Since its inception, the uptake of the ONVIF standard has grown rapidly; in this article Jonas gave us the lowdown on the success and importance of the open standard. Hikvision was celebrating as it was ranked in Security 50 for the fifth consecutive year. Genetec was also a winner as it was rated the 425th fastest growing company in Deloitte’s 2010 Technology Fast 500. In events news, Dedicated Micros announced that it will be showcasing its award-winning Closed IPTV solution at a series of roadshows across the UK.
In application news, Milestone reported that its video management software solution was installed in the Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa as part of an upgrade to the hotel’s security. In Germany, utility provider Stadftwerke Parchim deployed Alvarion’s CCTV transmission system to help monitor their network of utilities substations at all times and in any weather conditions. In former cultural capital of Europe, Liverpool, Traka’s electronic access management system was chosen to manage over 200 fork trucks and other material at Jaguar Land Rover’s site. Read more security news…
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It’s day two of the working week and in the news today, we focus on the latest appointments in the corporate world of security. First off, transmission solutions provider Network Video Technologies has recruited Justin Hales as Internal Sales and Marketing Administrator. Over at Pixim, two industry veterans have joined the team to increase market awareness of the company’s security devices. Storage software solution provider SoleraTec’s surveillance solution passes the test in Intransa’s Physical Security Virtual Test Lab.
In other news, CBC’s Ganz CCTV cameras have been deployed to undertake surveillance at the Heugh Gun Battery Museum. At the upcoming AfricaCom 2010 tradeshow, final preparations are under way as organisers add more speakers to the conference agenda. Read more security news…
We start today’s news round-up with applications from around the globe…
At the recent G8 and G20 summits held respectively in Huntsville and Toronto, Canada, EADS Defence & Security’s IP-based radio transmission solution performed a mission-critical role to ensure that all radio transmissions were secure. Over at the water resource facility in Birmingham, Gallagher’s integrated perimeter security solution was selected to provide a comprehensive intruder detection solution. To protect millions of dollars worth of automobiles on display at its four annual “World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions™”, the Barrett-Jackson Company chose IQeye HD megapixel cameras.
In corporate news, CCTV transmission manufacturer Network Video Technologies has appointed a new EMEA Sales Coordinator to strengthen its sales team. Read more news…
We are bursting with ISC West updates in today’s round up. We start with an application piece from Honeywell on none other than the Las Vegas strip. Honeywell gave the security industry a first-hand look at the multi-million dollar video surveillance system that is helping to secure the newest mega complex on the block. At the exhibition Axis is introducing its top-of-the-line, 5-megapixel fixed network cameras with HDTV 1080p performance.
Transmission solution provider American Fibertek is also unveiling its line of fibre optic transmission solutions designed specifically for video surveillance and security applications.
If you are looking for integrated systems why not visit the RISCO stand where they will be showing a range of their diverse technological innovations.
Lastly, VIVOTEK celebrates its 10th anniversary in the IP surveillance market.
On the first day of spring we start the news round up with a quote:
“Science has never drummed up quite as effective a tranquilizing agent as a sunny spring day.” W. Earl Hall
At top of our news pile we have an announcement from Axis Security that it has received the Approved Contractor Status under the recently launched Northern Ireland SIA regulation. Standardisation is one of the hottest topics in video surveillance today. For those signed up to attend the GDSF Asia 2010 you will able to discuss the integration’s role in changing security.
Lastly, from NVT we have an interesting application story about its UTP transmission installation in Slough.