In today’s round-up, there’s more news in relation to Security Essen 2010. The advantages of open standards in security were the focus of a Siemens press conference held prior to next month’s tradeshow. Also, Bosch will be exhibiting its HD surveillance solutions and automatic fire detectors at Security Essen.

Abloy UK has opened a new series of seminars for industry consultants and end-users to learn more about security issues in the education sector. Milestone Systems is to start supplying XProtect Go, a free eight channel version of its video management software platform and Codestuff and Controlware have made a distribution agreement to offer the world’s first purpose-built touchscreen based CCTV monitoring, recording and management system.  Read more news…