Surveillance & Security News for September 2008

American Fibertek enhances its fibre transmission product line

 American Fibertek will introduce its new range of fiber optic transmission products at ASIS 2008Reaffirming its commitment to legacy systems and their leading line of core fibre optic transmission products designed specifically for security applications, American Fibertek, Inc. is displaying several new point-to-point fibre transmission solutions here at ASIS 2008.  The new products include unique new contact closure systems that do not require any soldering, as well as a selection of...

Niscayah launches financing options as ‘Lease-Sure’

  Lease-sure offers a single fixed price repayment scheduleSecurity and fire systems specialist Niscayah has announced a new range of systems / support rental options which it is branding as Lease-Sure.  This flexible financing facility allows customers to benefit from the opportunity to not only procure and install a system, but also opt to have it maintained and managed - all via a single, fixed price repayment schedule.  This schedule is adaptable to allow for "techno...

IQeye megapixel images make sure the bad guys aren’t getting away

  IQeye Sentinel cameras used to update legacy CCTV system's analogue cameras IQinVision, market leader in high performance megapixel network cameras, smart IP cameras, and network video recording systems, recently announced that IQeye megapixel cameras were instrumental in detecting and prosecuting two recent major incidents of crime.  At a southern Florida branch of one of the nation's largest casual dining chains, staff and customers were subjected to a high amount of...

IDL appoint new UK Sales representative

  Phil Allen, IDL UK Sales teamIDL are pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Allen as part of the UK Sales team, covering outside London.  Phil steps into the role left by Tom Sharrard who recently departed IDL to travel the world.Phil brings with him over 8 years of sales experience in the security industry, from companies such as Castle-Care and OPTEX.  He is also an avid football fan and enjoys watching his son play football, and even sp...

ioimage and Exacq unveil new technology partnership

 The partnership will enable exacqVision users to gain access to ioimage video analytics appliances ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, recently announced a technology partnership with Exacq Technologies, a leading developer of open architecture NVR (Network Video Recorder) software and hardware solutions used in security surveillance applications.This partnership enables new and existing Exacq Technologies users to seamlessly integrate ioimage...

Derwent REG-SENTRY saves time and money at DTS International Freight Terminal

 Derwent REG-SENTRY can be used to control any vehicle access barrier or gate including those guarding car parks Ship chartering brokers, customs agents and freight forwarder; DTS's International Freight Terminal is a world class 10.5-acre freight handling facility just outside Newcastle in the North East of England.Operating from its base in the heart of the North, the DTS International Freight Terminal offers 100,000 square feet of customs approved warehousing with loading facilities...

A Samsung Techwin CCTV camera package for Cepac

  Samsung Techwin SDC-415 CCTV cameras installed in Cepac packaging plants One of the world's largest and most technologically advanced corrugated packaging plants is fully exploiting the benefits of CCTV.  Cepac are utilising cameras manufactured by Samsung Techwin at their Rotherham site for both health and safety and management information purposes, as well as for security.Cepac produce ‘retail friendly packaging' with a corrugator machine capable of running at...

CDV LinkNet access control system available through ADI-GARDINER

 Access control management system, LinkNet ideal for large scale installations ADI-GARDINER (UK) announced an exclusive distribution agreement with CDV to supply the LinkNet access control management system in the UK, designed to make IP (Internet Protocol) technology more accessible. LinkNet is a comprehensive access control management system that facilitates interaction with IP interfaces.  It incorporates software and hardware solutions which allow the reading of all standard techno...

New Business Manager at artec

Jens Ringlstetter will assume responsibility for the entire operation of sales, marketing and distribution as VPEffective immediately, Jens Ringlstetter is joining the management of artec technologies in Diepholz, Germany, and will assume responsibility for the entire operation of sales, marketing and distribution as Vice President.In addition to intensifying artec's business in Germany, the expansion of international business - with an emphasis upon East Europe and the Middle East - w...

Siemens provides an accessible transformation at Burnley Football Club

 Siemens access control solution integrated with existing CCTV installation at Burnley Football Club A new access control system based on products from Siemens Building Technologies and installed by Thorne Access & Security, is playing a key role in the transformation of an under-used executive suite at Burnley Football Club.  Part of Pennine Lancashire's No Limits programme, the suite will become a vibrant Enterprise Haven that provides accommodation and suppor...

Honeywell unveils first training centre of excellence dedicated to UK installer community

 New training facility helps industry players expand knowledge in security solutions  Honeywell recently announced its first Training Centre of Excellence (TCoE) in the UK.  The state-of-the-art training centre will provide security installers with a comprehensive understanding of the key trends in security, as well as in-depth training sessions on technical topics covering installation, maintenance and monitoring of security systems. The Training Centre of Excellence will pl...

MOBOTIX ensures safety and security for football fans in Germany

Welcome guests During the 2006 World Cup Championship in Germany, Kaiserslautern was one of the 12 World Cup Cities to host the games.  Fritz-Walter Stadium on the Betzenberg hilltop was the venue of four games in the preliminary rounds and one quarter-final.  Kaiserslautern has 105,000 inhabitants, making it the smallest World Cup city in which a second stage (last 16) game has ever been played. The football frenzy in Kaiserslautern was not only restricted to native Kaiserslaute...

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