Surveillance & Security News for September 2011 News

Instek launches MatriVideo™ Archive Server Failover for secure surveillance system

Instek Digital a developer of enterprise video security solutions - with the focus on security software, DVR and NVR systems - recently introduced its MatriVideo™ Archive Server Failover. This innovative solution provides enterprises all the benefits of a secure surveillance system. The MatriVideo™ Archive Server is designed to be an additional option in protecting vital video data that needs to be indefinite periods - allowing remote video data archival of multiple came...

IP security products distributor Mayflex receives Partner of the Year award from MOBOTIX

 Mayflex was nominated for a second award as well, the Biggest Growth AwardMayflex the distributor of IP converged solutions, has been awarded Partner of the Year 2010/2011 by MOBOTIX.Mayflex was announced as the winners of the most prestigious award at the International Partner Conference held in Kaiserslatern in Germany, just 25 minutes from the MOBOTIX corporate headquarters, in September. The award ceremony brought together over 100 companies from 45 countries and Mayflex prevaile...

Access control systems leader TDSi appoints three executive members to its UK team

  Rob Clark brings a proven pedigree in IP video surveillance to his new role at TDSi as Business Development ManagerTDSi, a global leader in access control systems for all sizes of businesses and organisations has recruited three new members to its UK team. Rob Clark joins as Business Development Manager for the company's VUgarde IP video surveillance solution, Francesca Wilkey is appointed to the role of Customer Care Advisor, supporting TDSi's partners, resellers and end-users, and...

NAV begins servicing of video surveillance systems in retail outlets across The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company

 North American Video is helping to keep the stores' surveillance systems optimised for loss preventionNorth American Video announced they have begun servicing and maintenance of the video surveillance systems in all retail outlets across The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. A total of over 330 stores across seven states fall under their family of supermarkets and include A&P, The Food Emporium, Pathmark, SuperFresh, Best Cellars, Waldbaum's and Food Basics retail banners. "...

Navarre Corp. chooses NLSS Gateway to secure select distribution facilities in North America

 Navarre wanted to transition from an analogue system to an IP-based security solutionNext Level Security Systems, a developer of a new breed of unified, networked security solutions, recently announced that Navarre Corp. has deployed the NLSS Gateway as part of a strategic initiative to increase security in select distribution facilities in North America. Navarre Distribution Services and Navarre Logistical Services, subsidiaries of Navarre Corp., provide North American retailers and their...

Dallmeier’s Panomera multi-sensor system helps secure Berlin’s Olympic Stadium for Papal visit

 Panomera proved itself as a valuable surveillance instrument, allowing the police an "all-round" view of the scene Over 60,000 worshippers celebrated mass with the Pope at Berlin's Olympic Stadium. Dallmeier's Panomera multi-sensor system kept a watchful eye on the gathering. Shortly after 6 p.m., Pope Benedict XVI entered the stadium through the marathon gate. Over 60,000 worshippers cheered as the popemobile then made its way through the crowd on the blue track. After signing t...

Open standards in physical access control gain momentum as ONVIF adoption grows

 The outlook of the access control is bright despite economic downturn Belying the tough economic environment in which it is operating globally, the security industry is apparently ‘weathering the storm' quite well. Despite some expected adverse impact of the economic downturn, overall the security industry has been relatively immune and resilient compared to some other sectors. This could well be because of the growth in unemployment and higher crime rates necessi...

Elmdene launches DIN rail mountable Fuse Output Module for CCTV applications

Innovative electronic security and fire products manufacturer, Elmdene International Limited - a subsidiary of Potter Electric Signal, LLC - has added a new, installer-friendly, DIN rail mountable, 8-way Fuse Output Module (FOM8/DIN) targeted at CCTV applications to its extensive range of ancillary devices.The enhanced DIN Rail FOM8 fits easily into equipment racks and builds on the success of Elmdene's existing FOM8 product line. In practice, the unit gives security installers convenient access...

Arecont announces availability of MegaDome®2 Series with fastest megapixel frame rates on the market

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, announces the new full-featured MegaDome®2 Series of all-in-one H.264 cameras, lenses and housings, combining remote focus, zoom and auto-iris with the fastest megapixel frame rates on the market. "Our new line of MegaDome®2 cameras provides innovative features such as Casino Mode to maintain 30 fps recording and Binned Mode to increase low-light performance of higher- megapixel cameras," said Dr. Mich...

Security industry continues to recognise Verint’s Nextiva IP Video portfolio for innovation and value

 Verint Nextiva provides a single source for almost every aspect of video surveillance operations Verint® Systems Inc. recently announced that its Nextiva® IP Video portfolio is continuing to earn wide industry recognition for innovation and value.Frost & Sullivan "Customer Value Enhancement Award"In August, Frost & Sullivan presented Verint with a 2011 Customer Value Enhancement Award, citing Verint's ongoing commitment to deliver innovative solutions for optimizi...

Xtralis moves headquarters to UK as business continues to expand

The security suite will display ADPRO's video, audio and PIR surveillance solutionsXtralis, the company behind the award winning range of technologies for the early, accurate and remote detection of threats to critical assets and infrastructure, is moving to new premises in October as the business continues to expand. The new facility, at The People Building in Hemel Hempstead, UK will be the new headquarters for Xtralis' UK operations from which its sales, marketing, administrative, training an...

Gallagher maintains strong business associations in India

 Sir William also joined key IBEX staff to discuss ideas on better security managementGallagher's association with the Indian government and business community is extremely positive following a recent visit to Gujarat by Gallagher CEO, Sir William Gallagher. That's according to IBEX Gallagher Manager, NV Gautham, who recently hosted the New Zealand businessman in India. Sir William was a key speaker at the Fire & Security Association of India (Gujarat Chapter) seminar on Emerging Trends...