TDSi News

Which segments are under-served in the physical security industry?

Physical security technologies operate successfully in many different markets, but in which markets do they fall short? Physical security is a difficult challenge that can sometime defy the best efforts of manufacturers, integrators and end users. This is especially the case in some of the more problematic markets and applications where even the best technology has to offer may not be good enough, or could it be that the best technology has not been adequately applied? We asked this week’s...

TDSi appoints Richard Money as Distribution Channel Manager

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Money as Distribution Channel Manager. In his new role, Richard will be a central point of contact for TDSi’s Distribution Partners including ADI, Norbain, EET Europarts, Advanced Access, Enterprise Security Distribution and Anixter. Reflecting upon his new role, Richard commented, “I am excited to be joining the TDSi team. The company has a fantastic range of products that will suit any environm...

IndigoVision and TDSi unveil next-gen security access control integration

The new IndigoVision TDSi EXgarde Integration allows alarms from TDSi systems to be seamlessly combined with IndigoVision’s security management solution, control centre, giving complete video and alarm management in a single user interface. IndigoVision's safe integration All of IndigoVision’s integrations are designed with your safety in mind and the TDSi EXgarde Integration is no different. For over 30 years TDSi have successfully supplied systems to over 100,000 installations ac...

What are the challenges of AI for physical security?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a current buzzword in the physical security market – and the subject of considerable hype. However, AI sometimes get negative press, too, including dire warnings of its potential and eventual impact from some of our most prominent technology thinkers. We decided to take the issue to our Expert Panel Roundtable with this week’s question: What are the negative impacts and/or new challenges of AI for physical security?

What new video technologies can help overcome privacy concerns?

There is no expectation of privacy in a public space. That’s the premise on which most video surveillance applications are justified. But new concerns about privacy, specifically the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe, are changing expectations. And what if a camera must be positioned where a private area happens to be within its range? Fortunately, there are technology approaches to solving these dilemmas, as our Expert Panellists explain. We asked: What new technologies...

TDSi to introduce GARDiS integration software to European markets at Security Essen 2018

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be introducing its new GARDiS software to the European market at Security Essen 2018 in Germany. Mica Negrilic, International Business Development Manager at TDSi commented, “We are proud and very excited to be appearing at Security Essen 2018, where we will be formally introducing our GARDiS software to the European market. Whilst we usually visit the bi-annual show, this the first time we have had a formal presence at the event for a few years...

TDSi partners with Milestone at Integration Expo UK 2018

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi has announced that it will be appearing as a partner at the Milestone Integration Expo UK, which is being held at the Hilton at St George's Park, Burton Upon Trent on Wednesday 19th September 2018. Milestone Integration Expo UK The Milestone Integration Expo UK provides visitors with a greater insight into the powerful integration of Milestone’s XProtect VMS (Video Management System) solution by a number of complementary security systems, including T...

What is driving the growth of cloud systems in physical security?

The physical security industry is embracing the cloud in a big way. Cloud-based systems – which involve accessing a shared pool of information technology resources via the Internet – are much higher-profile in the video and access control markets, and large and small companies are getting on the cloud bandwagon. We asked this week's Expert Panel Roundtable: What factors are contributing to growth in cloud systems in the security market?

TDSi's French office reports 25% revenue generation and heads up global expansion efforts

Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is proud to announce its French office is celebrating its 20th Anniversary on 1st September 2018. Originally established as a branch of the UK-based company to service French customers, the office in Noisy-le-Grand, Paris now oversees sales and technical support operations across Europe and North Africa. TDSi’s Managing Director, John Davies commented, “TDSi has a long and distinguished presence in France with an excellent network of partners an...

TDSi awards Masco as European System Integrator of the Year and GTIE as Strategic Growth Partner

Malta-based Masco Security Services Ltd was awarded European System Integrator of the Year in recognition of its work in the Access Control segment, specifically for projects including: the new Transport Malta headquarters in Lija, Spinola Park offices in St Julian’s, Bit8 offices in Gzira and the new Busy Bee factory in Mriehel. Upon receiving the award, a spokesperson for Masco Security Services Ltd commented, “We would like to thank TDSi for their constant support, our clients fo...

Which security vertical markets are impacted by seasonal changes in demand?

The beginning of the school year and upcoming seasonal changes remind us that demand for security systems, like almost everything else, is seasonal to some extent. Making improvements to educational facilities during the summer months – including installation of security systems – is the most obvious example of seasonal demand, but there are others. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: Which vertical markets for security are impacted by seasonal changes in demand?

What’s new “on the edge” of security and video surveillance systems?

By definition, an edge device is an entry point to a network. In the physical security industry, edge devices are the cameras, sensors, access controllers, readers and other equipment that provide information to the IP networks that drive today’s systems. In the Internet of Things (IoT), edge computing refers to an increasing role of edge devices to process data where it is created instead of sending it across a network to a data center or the cloud. In our market, edge computing takes the...