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Axis: Will cashless bank branches reduce the need for surveillance and security?

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IMS Research: EMEA and Americas Markets for Building Automation and Lighting Control Systems

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A new report from IMS Research forecasts the increasing integration of building automation and lighting control systems.

The IMS Research report titled The EMEA and Americas Markets for Integrating Smart Building Systems – A Quantitative Market Analysis – 2012 Edition found in 2011, an average of 25 percent of the installed building automation systems in the Americas and

Secutech Int'l 2012: Industry Perspectives from Taiwan (Part 2)

Business Talk

With a strong presence at Secutech in Taipei this year (April 18 to 20), Taiwanese exhibitors capitalized on home court advantage by demonstrating the latest products/solutions along with R&D prowess. As dark clouds of uncertain world economy continue to linger, hardware and software developers were eager and determined to promote more cost-effective but tailored solutions with good quality and re

MSA Datacom to Rep Fluidmesh in US Heartland

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Fluidmesh Networks is pleased to announce that MSA Datacom will be representing the Fluidmesh line in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa.

MSA partners with industry-leading manufacturers to provide the products, service, technical expertise and creativity to design flexible, cost-efficient communications infrastructures to maximize network performance.

“We at Fluidmesh are ha

Secutech Int'l 2012: Industry Perspectives from Taiwan (Part 1)

Business Talk

With a strong presence at Secutech in Taipei this year (April 18 to 20), Taiwanese exhibitors capitalized on home court advantage by demonstrating the latest products/solutions along with R&D prowess. As dark clouds of uncertain world economy continue to linger, hardware and software developers were eager and determined to promote more cost-effective but tailored solutions with good quality and re

Leading Edge Technologies Reshaping Perimeter Protection

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Selection of the best electronic perimeter security equipment is formidable and demanding. With the perimeter marking the first line of defence against unwanted intruders, it's pivotal that the correct equipment is chosen and withstands complex challenges posed by variations in site conditions. In a new report covering the world market for electronic perimeter security equipment, IMS Research p

IMS Research: For IP-Based Video Surveillance, Future is Actually Now

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The trend to IP-based video surveillance is, by now, firmly established. The question is no longer “will IP-based equipment sales overtake analogue equipment sales?” In fact, IMS Research forecasts that 2013 will be the tipping point when world network video surveillance equipment sales overtake analogue video surveillance equipment sales.

The arrival of IP-technology has instead bough

IndigoVision: Strengthening Its Foundation

Business Talk

EMEA Update
The EMEA region accounts for about one third of IndigoVision's revenue, with the U.K., Russia and Africa being key growth markets. Our target verticals are the traditionally analog-prone ones, namely petrochemical/mining, government/police/military, casinos/hotels and financial/banks. Take petrochemical in Russia for example; we recently won an oil platform proj

PSA Network: New Vendor Director, Renewed Focus

Channel Players

PSA Security Network, a system integrator cooperative in the U.S. with members responsible for more than US$2 billion annually in the design, installation, integration and maintenance of access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, fire and life safety systems, named its new Director of Vendor Management last week. Craig Patterson brings 20 years of security industry experience, inc

Memoori: Business Intelligence Through Video Surveillance Systems

Viewpoint

May has been a quite month for merger and acquisition, alliance and funding in Security. It is well down on the same month last year; but for the first 5 months of this year there has been only a marginal reduction in activity. In both years so far only one of the traditional major players, Tyco has completed an acquisition and only one IPO has taken place. Incremental innovation is being intro

The Intricacies of Building Integration

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Integration within buildings is not uncommon. Video surveillance is rigged so video pops up in response to opening of doors or sounding of alarms. Entrance access cards are used to call and control elevators. More and more systems are being integrated in different buildings around the world. “Two of these systems are lighting and building automation. Both are growing very quickly, according to Kon

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