Vanderbilt Industries News

With Siemens Building Technologies Security Products, Raysil keeps pace with growth at Rathbones

Presented with the challenge of installing and adapting security systems to keep pace with the sustained business growth of Rathbone Brothers Plc (Rathbones), one of the UK's leading providers of investment and wealth management services, security expert Raysil has chosen to rely exclusively on equipment from Siemens Building Technologies Security Products.The most recent phase of Raysil's ongoing work for Rathbones was the completion of a contract for entry control systems at the organisat...

Siemens Building Technologies Security Products cures security headaches for East Midlands ambulance trust

When you have over 2,500 employees, 70 separate premises and demanding security requirements, providing effective access control is a significant challenge.  And this is exactly the challenge that the East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EMAS) was recently facing.  Using products from Bewator's versatile Entro 5 range, however, specialist security installer, Presec Systems Ltd, was able to develop and implement a solution that is cost-effective, convenient and versatile.EMAS has...

New catalogue consolidates Bewator and Siemens security product

Bewator has announced availability of a new catalogue, which provides details of all Bewator and Siemens branded security products. The combination of access control, CCTV and intruder products makes this the most comprehensive security catalogue available on the UK market.As well as pricing details, the catalogue includes technical product specifications, which will be invaluable to installers and specifiers alike.   According to Alistair Enser, sales and marketing director for B...

Siemens and Bewator at IFSEC 2007

Siemens Building Technologies & Bewator will be using Stand 8048 at IFSEC 2007 to demonstrate an integrated systems approach to security and fire safety, with a comprehensive range of products, with key highlights on innovations.The stand will be themed around four key areas of SBT expertise: CCTV, access control, intrusion detection and fire (with a separate SBT stand B10 located in the adjacent International Fire Expo to provide further demonstrations of the fire safety capability). ...

Siemens Building Technologies Security Products keeps control of 400 construction workers

The ongoing reconstruction of Skärholmen Centre is a comprehensive construction project.  A total of 400 construction workers are involved in the project that will take a few years to complete.  In order to keep up with who is at the workplace, Skanska has chosen the Bewator Entro access control system that has been integrated into the time registration and card production software.For the inauguration day in 2008, the old centre building from the 1960s will have increased its sho...

Microgaming boosts security in the Isle of Man

To help improve the safety and security of its premises and computer systems, Microgaming, the world's leading creator of software systems, has chosen to install Siemens Building Technologies Security Products' latest access and CCTV security systemMicrogaming is the world's leading creator of software systems for the rapidly expanding on-line gaming business.  It developed the first online casino software more than a decade ago and has retained its market leading position by cont...

Management change at Bewator

Bo Kastensson leaves Bewator. Ottmar Matthias Müller becomes Head Centre of Competence/ Product Line Access Control. In December 2005, Siemens Building Technologies (SBT) acquired Bewator. Over the course of the year and in the next few months, local Siemens and Bewator security products sales activities in all countries will have been brought together under one local management team.The global product management responsibilities for both Siemens and Bewator access control products have bee...

Siemens Building Technologies Security Products helps to keep a caring eye on ambulance crews

If you're the subject of a 999 emergency call to the ambulance service in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk or Suffolk you can expect one of 100-plus frontline vehicles operated by the East Anglian Ambulance NHS Trust (EAAT) to come to your aid in double-quick time.  But the Trust also has a duty of care to its staff.  Around the clock, 24/7, staff at the Trust's new Norwich control centre respond to thousands of 999 and other calls.  Not before time, a new CCTV system now allows their move...

Bewator appoints new area Sales Manager

Access security specialist, Bewator has announced that is has appointed Bruce Torrance as its new area sales manager for the North of England. Bruce will manage the sales of the Bewator product range to the whole of the North of England.  He brings with him over twenty years experience working in the security field in both UK and European markets.  Bruce said: "I am looking forward to injecting my expertise into this role and working for a leading access and CCTV security spe...

New courses introduced at Bewator's security training centre

Integrated security specialist, Bewator, has extended its customer training centre to include a new range of tailored courses for installers.Bewator was one of the first security manufacturers in the UK to offer specific training courses on access, video, and integrated security solutions.  The company runs a range of product and technology courses, which provide an insight into the technical and visionary concepts of the security industry - a crucial factor for installers to understand, en...

Security in hostile times

Jon Hill, Video Product Specialist for security manufacturer Bewator, a Siemens business, discusses the issue of security for British firms operating in hostile environments abroad, and looks at what companies in these situations can do to improve security.  In an age of war, terrorism and unequal distribution of wealth, British firms operating in sectors, such as the petrochemical, aerospace and offshore industries need to ensure they secure their businesses and provide a safe working envi...

Bewator joins Arctic Circle Expedition

Cwmbran-based Access Security Specialist, Bewator, has assisted one man and his team of supporters in a charity fundraising motorcycle expedition to the Arctic Circle.Managing Director of Bewator Ltd, Robert Cotterill, lent his support to close friend, John Foster, in a 2,200 mile trip in aid of the British Heart Foundation, a charity John shares a personal affiliation with.Six years ago John, a keen motorcyclist, was diagnosed with incurable congestive heart failure.  Although his conditio...