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OPTEX installs Smart Line wireless infrared beam systems to secure farms from wild animals

The OPTEX Smart Line Quad beams enable the farmer to monitor what is happening on his farm Theft from farms and the countryside amount to over £42 million, with the most commonly targeted items being tools, quad bikes and fuel. It is a crime that is affecting farmers across the UK. Antony Lindlay is an arable farmer with a 500-acre farm in north Lincolnshire, who woke up one morning to find that thieves had broken into his farm buildings and used his lorry to steal...

OPTEX wireless security system safeguards YC Leisure caravan site in Doncaster

OPTEX's long range wireless active beams SL – QFR features four selectable channel frequency for easy alignment The security issues of a major caravan retailer on an isolated 34-acre site have been solved with the installation of a new wireless security system that uses the latest OPTEX Quad infrared beam technology. The YC Leisure caravan site, based just out outside Doncaster, had been experiencing security problems with the occasional break-in and a number of caravan...

British Security Industry Association (BSIA) recognises 15 outstanding security professionals at annual Security Personnel Awards

Currently in their 15th year, the awards are presented in five categories including Best Use of Technology and Best Team The hard work and achievements of 15 outstanding security professionals have been recognised in the national round of this year’s British Security Industry Association (BSIA) Security Personnel Awards, which were presented recently (16th July) at the Association’s exclusive annual lunch held at the London Hilton on Park Lane. Commander Ste...

Robinsons Brewery switches to Grosvenor Technology’s IP Network solution

 Robinson's Brewery turned to Grosvenor Technology for a state-of-the-art IP Network solution When independent family brewer Robinsons could no longer get support or spare parts for their sitewide access control system, they turned to Grosvenor Technology for good old fashioned customer service and a state-of-the-art IP Network solution. Robinsons' Unicorn Brewery in Stockport takes its name from the Unicorn Inn which was bought by William Robinson in 1838. This stood on...

British Security Industry Association announces Annual Security Personnel Awards 2011

   James Kelly, Chief Executive, BSIA said that selection of winners was quite difficult due to high standard entrantsThe regional winners of the British Security Industry Association's Annual Security Personnel Awards 2011 have been announced.The awards recognise the excellent work and vital contribution that those working in the security industry are making across the country, and are presented in the following categories: Service to the Customer, Outstanding Act, Best Newcomer, Best...