Surveillance & Security News for September 2012

G4S Secure Solutions to hire returning military veterans and their family members

G4S to hire veterans as part of the Joining Forces campaign launched by Michele Obama G4S Secure Solutions (USA) Inc. (G4S) plans to hire 6,000 returning military veterans and their family members by the end of 2013. So far, G4S has hired 3,000 veterans across the US since the 2011 start of the White House Joining Forces campaign. “I am proud our company continues to be a sought-after employer for returning veterans and their family members. G4S leads the security i...

NICE with Asteros to implement its security surveillance portfolio in Sochi, Russia

Sochi’s cameras have been hooked up to NiceVision to provide visual documentation of all incidents NICE Systems announced that it is implementing its Surveillance portfolio in the city of Sochi, Russia, as part of its “Safe City” initiative for mitigating security, safety, and operational risks. Having been chosen to host multiple prestigious sporting events, including the FIA Formula One World Championship in Sochi in 2014, and being one of the candidate cit...

Arecont Vision appoints Marc Ladin as Chief Marketing Officer

Marc Ladin will focus on extending Arecont’s brand and increasing market awareness of company’s capabilities  Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP megapixel camera technology, has named technology and security veteran Marc Ladin to the post of CMO. Ladin’s efforts will focus on extending the Arecont Vision brand, increasing market awareness of the company's capabilities and continued success, and enabling the company’s global sales teams and...

IMS Research: The global market will be rejuvenated by smart cards and near-field communication

Smart card credentials are expected to lead the next generation of credentials The $400 million global access control credential market is set to be rejuvenated by smart cards and near-field communication (NFC), according to a new study published by IMS Research, recently acquired by IHS Inc. Smart card credentials, which represent approximately 40 percent of the global credential market, are expected to lead the next generation of credentials used for physical access control...

Mayflex launches Talking Head educational videos on various security technologies

Mayflex’s first video covers basic principles on capturing video for evidential purpose Mayflex, the leading distributor of networking, infrastructure and electronic security products, has launched the first in a series of ‘Talking Head’ educational videos. The first video entitled ‘Evidential Video’ is presented by Gary Harmer, Director of Sales - Electronic Security. The series features members of the Mayflex security sales team talking about va...

The Container Store implementing video intelligence solutions from Verint

Verint® Systems Inc. recently announced that The Container Store® - the nation's originator and leading retailer of storage and organisation products - is deploying its Nextiva® IP Video suite, including such solutions as video management and video business intelligence software, IP cameras and encoders. With these integrated capabilities, the organisation will have the tools it needs to further its focus on customer experiences and workforce optimisation, along with t...

Surveon Technology to showcase megapixel solutions at Security Essen 2012

Surveon’s Full HD Sony Exmor sensor camera series provides high-sensitivity and low noise imaging quality Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider recently announced that it will showcase its proven end to end solutions at Security Essen 2012 in Germany from September 25th to 28th. Surveon is one of the few manufacturers with the in-house design and production capacity, offering the complete solutions from a full line of megapixel cameras and hardware RAID NVR...

ASSA ABLOY Access Control launches white paper regarding security measures in universities

The white paper, entitled, "What degree of risk should students accept?" is now available ASSA ABLOY Access Control has launched a new downloadable white paper to open a discussion on the issues surrounding security measures and access control in university accommodation today. The white paper, entitled, "What degree of risk should students accept?" is now available at www.assaabloy.co.uk/aperio and looks at the new style and range of accommodation together with expectations...

Arecont Vision demonstrated day/night panoramic cameras at ASIS 2012

Arecont's new SurroundVideo 40 megapixel camera offers superior resolution and detail Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP megapixel camera technology, demonstrated the world’s first 40 megapixel day/night panoramic cameras at the ASIS 2012 tradeshow. The new SurroundVideo® 40 megapixel cameras provide superior resolution and detail with 360° and 180° panoramic views The new 40 megapixel day/night panoramic cameras, AV40185 180° and AV40365 360°...

Altronix showcased its eBridge Ethernet adapters at ASIS 2012

With eBridge, each coaxial cable can support an IP security camera Altronix eBridge Ethernet Adapters on displayed at ASIS 2012 make it possible to deploy IP devices over legacy coax cable without the cost of installing or removing any cable. Adding to their efficiency, Altronix eBridge Ethernet Adapters extend transmission distances over 2,000 feet without repeaters over existing coax cable. “IP security systems offer users a wide range of operational benefits that are...

MOBOTIX Corp. appoints new business development manager and realigns sales structure

Steven Rosenbloom to serve as Business Development Manager for the Southwest region MOBOTIX Corp., an industry-leading provider of high-resolution, network-based surveillance systems, recently announced that it has expanded its sales force and realigned its sales structure in response to increased demand for its megapixel surveillance solutions. The company appointed a new business development manager and two new inside sales managers while redistributing current personnel in...

Moxa launches new VPort 36-1MP-T camera, world’s first industrial-grade IP network camera

Moxa is continuing its legacy of leadership in networking technology with the launch today of its new VPort 36-1MP-T camera, the world's first industrial-grade IP network camera capable of withstanding a wide temperature range of -40° C to 75° C (-40° F to 167° F). The camera installs outdoors inside a standard camera housing without the need for a heater or cooling fan, resulting in reduced energy consumption and simplified, more cost-effective installations.    IP vi...

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