Surveillance & Security News for July 2012

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies launches new aptiQ™ multi-technology readers

Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, a leading global provider of security and safety solutions and manufacturer of contactless smart credentials and readers, announced recently its new aptiQ™ multi-technology readers, which read both proximity and smart credentials, provide users with a simple migration path to increased credential security levels, including various forms of proximity, MIFARE® Classic and MIFARE DESFire™ EV1. The readers are also NFC compliant, allowing users t...

Vemotion’s new VBox 10 application captures and transmits live video onto mobile phones

Vemotion Interactive, specialists in live video transmission over low bandwidth connections, announced a new product, the VBox 10. This is a unique app that will allow the capture and real-time transmission of live video from the camera on your mobile phone. The VBox 10 has been designed to be the ultimate in portable and snap reaction solutions, utilising existing equipment and networks in order to transmit real-time video from a scene or incident back to the operations control room. The VBox...

Sick UK launches LMS500 family of laser sensors

Sick UK is launching the LMS500 family of laser sensors, achieving new levels of security detection for both exterior and interior of buildings and compounds despite poor weather or low-visibility. A revolutionary new sensing and signal processing technology has been developed for the LMS500 to achieve a step-change in high-speed, accurate performance and consistent availability despite challenging environments.  “The incontrovertible rule in laser measurement used to be – if...

New Norbain’s differential treatment of manufacturer creditors

New Norbain paying "compensation" to a select number of creditors Following the Administration and pre-pack sale of Norbain, it is now apparent that the new company (also called “Norbain”) has been paying “compensation” to some suppliers for the debts owed by the old company.  However, it is cherry picking which suppliers it chooses to compensate – some have received a significant proportion of their debt with old Norbain, while others have...

Paxton and Norbain commit to maintain a strong relationship following recent sale of Norbain

Paxton will continue to supply electronic access control system, Net2, to Norbain Following the news this week that Norbain, one of Europe’s most successful distributors of security products, has been acquired by Newbury Investments (UK) from the administrators KPMG; Paxton announce their full commitment and support to the company. The market leaders in access control are fully behind Norbain following the change of ownership and will continue to supply them with the UK...

MOBOTIX National Partner Conference announces new partners programmes, products, and longer term strategy

Dan Eames & David Cawkell of SeSys Ltd. with Dr. Magnus Ekerot, Chief Sales Officer of MOBOTIX MOBOTIX AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems has released details of its annual National Partner Conference which was the venue to announce new Partners Programmes, products and longer term strategy. Even within a tough economic climate, MOBOTIX recorded a strong second quarter with revenue growth of 17% for the fiscal...

Corps Security joins forces with Managed Enterprise Technologies to develop beneficial partnerships with service providers

The Corps Security and MET agreement will enable MET clients to have remote IP based surveillance As part of its on-going commitment to developing mutually beneficial partnerships with other best in class service providers, Corps Security has joined forces with Managed Enterprise Technologies (MET), a leading ICT solutions specialist. This landmark agreement will provide MET’s clients with the opportunity to benefit from 24/7 remote IP based surveillance via the state o...

Pyronix Enforcer Wireless alarm system appears on BBC’s DIY SOS

The Pyronix Enforcer alarm system was donated to Eric Rivers, who suffers with Motor Neurone Disease The superior and unique features of the Pyronix Enforcer Wireless alarm system have catapulted it into the spotlight with an appearance on BBC’s DIY SOS. The Enforcer alarm system was kindly donated to Eric Rivers, who suffers with Motor Neurone Disease, by Dave Robertson the Managing Director of NSI Gold Company Fullstop Fire and Security. The install of the Enforcer was...

Network Video Technologies protects Arriva Midlands’ bus depots

Security and high-quality images is of premier importance at Arriva Midlands Ltd’s bus depots Covering an area that stretches from Birmingham to Wrexham, through to Derby and Leicester, Arriva Midlands Ltd is a major provider of public bus transport in the midlands region. Securing both company assets and staff, Arriva Midlands Ltd recently embarked upon a major security programme at their newly built Shrewsbury bus depot. The comprehensive surveillance system’s sp...

Honeywell Security wins 2012 Maximum Impact Awards at the 2012 Electronic Security Expo

Honeywell received the awards for its MAXPRO Cloud hosted service and 58160 wireless transmitter Honeywell received two 2012 Maximum Impact Awards for MAXPRO® Cloud hosted video service and its 58160D wireless  magnetic contact at the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) held in Nashville, Tenn. June 25-29. MAXPRO Cloud was awarded Best Services: Security as a Service, and 58160D wireless transmitter was named Best Alarm Equipment: Intrusion Sensors and Detectors. MAXPRO C...

SALTO AMOK escutcheon ensures safety of educational institutions

SALTO Systems has launched a brand new electronic escutcheon designed for use in the educational environment. It ensures schools, colleges and universities are a secure and safe place to learn by enabling buildings and facilities to be quickly locked down during a security or other emergency event.In such a situation it could be safer for students and staff to remain in a classroom, securely locked in until the emergency is over. SALTO AMOK escutcheons enables authorised users to put the electro...

Mobotix launches the world’s first double hemispheric camera, S14 FlexMount

The S14 FlexMount from MOBOTIX, the world’s first flexible double hemispheric camera, is now available. The camera, which is available in both mono (S14M) and dual (S14D) versions, features miniature lens units and offers a wide range of application opportunities. For instance, the S14D can be equipped with two hemispheric lens units with integrated microphone that are connected to the main housing via cables. This makes it possible to fully secure two rooms located next to or on top of on...

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