Surveillance & Security News for September 2010

Freespace Networks Ltd. to exhibit wireless transmission solutions at IP Expo

FreeSpace Networks Ltd. are exhibiting at the "Life Safety and IP Security" featured area of IP ExpoWireless transmission specialists FreeSpace Networks Ltd. are exhibiting at the "Life Safety and IP Security" featured area of IP Expo at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre on 20th and 21st October (Stand 407).The company will be demonstrating its high-performance industrial outdoor wireless Ethernet bridging solutions which extend networks beyond physical wired bounda...

QNAP to showcase IP Video Surveillance Systems at Security Essen 2010

VS-8040U-RP VioStor NVRQNAP Security, a world class manufacturer of Linux-based Network Video Recorder (NVR) solutions is pleased to announce its first participation in Security Essen 2010, Germany. QNAP Security will introduce the latest 2/4/6-drive VioStor Pro NVR Series, the powerful IP video surveillance systems featuring high-definition local display for PC-less configuration, monitoring, and playback via a VGA connector. VioStor Pro NVR Series is an ideal surveillance solution for all sort...

Panasonic’s IP security cameras provide broad surveillance and increased safety at St Wilfrid’s School

Achieving specialist Technology College status in 1997, Saint Wilfrid's Church of England High School and Technology College serves the entire Blackburn Diocese. Teaching children from the ages of eleven through to eighteen, the school firmly believes in creating an environment that will maximise both staff teaching methods, and each pupil's ability to learn, essentially, by providing a purposeful and safe environment. This ethos has recently been underlined with the installation of a Panasonic...

Aimetis is ranked 7th globally in market share for network video management software by IMS Research

Aimetis' intelligent video management software products are innovative, open IP video management platformsAimetis Corporation, a global leader in intelligent IP video management software, announced that according to the 2010 edition of IMS Research's "World Market for CCTV and Video Surveillance Equipment" report, it was ranked Number 7 globally in market share for software-only vendors of open platform network video management software.According to Gary Wong, video surveillance analys...

Concept Smoke Screen appoints Max Danesfeldt to development team

Max Danesfeldt has many years' experience of working in the security smoke marketConcept Smoke Screen are delighted to announce the appointment of their latest team member, Max Danesfeldt. With 20 years' experience of working in the security industry, specialising in the security smoke market, Max will be an integral part of the development team. After starting his own alarm company in Denmark, he went on to join the global security company G4S. He worked for them for 13 years until he was headh...

Infinova donates video surveillance equipment to Argentinean youth training programme

Infinova Argentina has donated megapixel cameras, IP cameras, a DVR and software to the programmeInfinova announced that Infinova Argentina has donated megapixel cameras, IP cameras, a DVR and software to a new university programme in Rosario that includes video surveillance in its IT programme. In addition, under the Infinova Argentina banner, its integrator is providing literature, power point and their technical manager's time as the professor for the classes. Attending the signing celebratio...

VIVOTEK's new megapixel IP cameras unveiled at Security 2010 by Altech Computers

The range included new 1 megapixel indoor dome, 1 megapixel outdoor bullet etc.One of Australia's largest computer distribution companies and also VIVOTEK's local partner, Altech Computers, unveiled a new range of VIVOTEK cameras at Security 2010 trade show which was running from 1-3 September. The range included new 1 megapixel indoor dome, 1 megapixel outdoor bullet and 1.3 megapixel full body camera's recording at a full 30 frames per second (PAL) with real-time resolution and night visibilit...

VIVOTEK to unveil new video surveillance equipment at Security Essen 2010

VIVOTEK will introduce their new video server and network video recorder VIVOTEK Inc. would like to extend a very special invitation to join them at the Security Essen, held in Essen, Germany, from October 5 to 8, 2010.At VIVOTEK's booth, they will showcase "SUPREME" Series network cameras with advanced features, including products with high definition 2-, 3-, 5-megapixel resolution, HD 60fps and Supreme Night Visibility. These advanced technologies guarantee uncompromised image q...

Upcoming BSIA event focuses on enhancing public security in the face of police budget cuts

Effective working partnerships between police and private security companies result in budgetary savingsWith budget cuts across the public sector recently announced by the Coalition government, police forces across the country will be faced with increased pressure to cut costs while maintaining an excellent level of service to local communities. The private security industry can do much to help police forces overcome this challenge, especially when it comes to protecting national and regional in...

Ingersoll partners with ISG to deliver advanced contactless smart card readers to customers

Schlage contactless smart credentialIngersoll Rand Security Technologies, a leading global provider of security and safety solutions and manufacturer of Schlage contactless smart credentials and readers, and Identification Systems Group (ISG) have partnered to deliver innovative printing, personalisation, enrolment and issuance products. The partnership pairs Schlage technology with the expansive expert network of ISG Members in North America.Trends in security convergence and identity managemen...

Network video company Provideo joins ONVIF as member

 A Provideo network video recorder (NVR)Provideo has officially become one of ONVIF members. It has joined ONVIF to make its network video products compliant to the global interface standards.The ONVIF specification will ensure interoperability between network video products, regardless of manufacturer, by defining a common protocol for the exchange of information between network video devices including automatic device discovery, video streaming and intelligence metadata. With the right an...

Nedap AEOS security management system secures production plant

AEOS integrates with other systems to help the company to enforce its security policy effectivelyAkzoNobel Car Refinishes bv., producer of performance coatings, has chosen Nedap AEOS as security management system for its production plant in Sassenheim, the Netherlands. The implementation will be executed by Nedap's business partner Imtech Security Solutions. The Nedap solution for the production plant in Sassenheim will consist of the replacement of 45 card readers, integration with the software...

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