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  • 2014 market forecast: Europe gets back up after fall
    2013 was a year full of uncertainty and modest growth; nevertheless, European countries have finally started to get back on their feet from the economic slump, right on the eve of 2014. Despite current economic circumstances not being favorable adventurous investments, some companies have found ways
    Editor / Provider: Michelle Chu, a&s International | Updated: 12 / 30 / 2013
  • Consumer interest spikes with platform proliferation
    According to recent Parks Associates research, consumers rank traditional safety and security capabilities high among their desired connected home features. Real-time and mobile notification capabilities have really enhanced traditional security features: smoke, gas and water leak detectors. Energy
    Editor / Provider: Parks Associates | Updated: 12 / 25 / 2013
  • Global physical security market to reach 32.2B by 2017, growth 8%
    The total value in world production of Security Products at factory prices was $23.4 billion in 2013; predicts Memoori, by comparing these figures with 2008, the global market has grown at a rate of 4.5% over the past 5 years, given the poor economic trading conditions.
    Editor / Provider: Memoori Business Intelligence | Updated: 11 / 11 / 2013
  • Navtech Radar AdvanceGuard Wide Area Solution implemented at Spanish Airport
    Valencia Airport in Spain has become one of the latest European Airports to conform with new EU Regulations (EC 300/2008) stipulating that measures for perimeter intrusion must be in place by 2015. Working with Systems Integrators: Infoglobal and Ingloba Seguridad, AdvanceGuard AGS1600 wide area su
    Editor / Provider: Navtech Radar | Updated: 11 / 4 / 2013
  • Morpho joins EU-funded biometric security systems project TABULA RASA
    The TABULA RASA consortium, which is supported by EU research and innovation investment, has set out to identify just how well this new software works, in particular against the growing phenomenon of “spoofing ” i.e. using everyday materials such as make-up, photographs and voice recordings to subv
    Editor / Provider: Morpho (Safran) | Updated: 10 / 25 / 2013
  • Home automation: EU and Asia grow green
    Strongly connected with the construction industry, home automation (HA) in Europe might be under the economical weather. However, EU and local regulations and standards on household energy efficiency might offer some silver linings. APAC, on the other hand, require extra attention and local resou
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang, a&s International | Updated: 8 / 14 / 2013
  • Belfast Int'l Airport passes the G8 test with portable readers
    CEM Systems, part of Tyco Security Products, is pleased to announce that it worked together with long-standing customer Belfast International Airport to increase security during the G8 Summit. Already having portable access control readers on site as part of the existing CEM access control system, t
    Editor / Provider: CEM Systems | Updated: 6 / 21 / 2013
  • Guide for Construction Products Regulation EU305/2011
    Euralarm has launched a guidance document for the Construction Products Regulation EU 305/2011. The document provides guidance on the requirements and implications of the implementation of the Construction Products Regulation. The information is provided for the benefit of Euralarm members and for t
    Editor / Provider: Euralarm | Updated: 6 / 19 / 2013
  • Assa Abloy, Nedap and others launch offline access standard
    Until recently it was hardly possible to combine several brands of electronic offline locks of different kinds of suppliers into one access control system. However, integration is a demand of many large European companies, who have announced without standardization they would not invest in electroni
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 6 / 7 / 2013
  • Morpho to maintain EU visa-matching systems
    The European Commission Directorate General for Home Affairs has awarded a consortium of Accenture, Morpho (Safran) and HP, a contract to maintain the European Visa Information System (VIS). The contract is for three years with a possible one-year extension to a maximum value of €70 million (approx.
    Editor / Provider: Morpho(Safran) | Updated: 2 / 21 / 2013 provides weekly and monthly e-Newsletters which include the latest security industry news, vertical solution case studies and product information.

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