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  • Genetec protects BB&T Ballpark with video surveillance and access control
    BB&T Ballpark is a state-of-the-art baseball facility located in Charlotte, North Carolina. With a price tag of USD $55 million, the new urban stadium has nearly sold out its 10,200-seat capacity during every game since opening its doors in April 2014.
    Editor / Provider: Genetec | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 20
  • ACRE announces the acquisition of ComNet
    ACRE, the holding company that owns Vanderbilt Industries, Mercury Security and recently acquired ACT in Ireland, announced the acquisition of Communication Networks (dba ComNet), a manufacturer of video and data transmission equipment.
    Editor / Provider: Vanderbilt Industries | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 14
  • Magal's North American subsidiary delivers security systems to NATO
    Magal Security Systems announced that Senstar its North American subsidiary, successfully delivered to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) , a perimeter electronic security systems (ESS) for its rapidly deployable military camps used throughout the world. The systems were shipped over the
    Editor / Provider: Magal Security Systems | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 29
  • Revolutionary car company selects AMAG Technology security system
    AMAG Technology announces that Faraday Future has selected AMAG's Symmetry Enterprise Access Control System and Symmetry CompleteView Video Management System to secure its headquarter building in Gardena, California. AMAG's Symmetry products will be installed in its soon-to-be-built world-class, env
    Editor / Provider: AMAG Technology | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 28
  •  Grocery chain selects DSC PowerSeries Neo as intrusion system
    The family-owned Thrifty King grocery store chain, with two stores in Kansas and a third in Colorado, has relied on its security systems integrator, Alert Alarm Co., for access control, video and intrusion solutions.
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 24
  • Thermal imaging burns its way to commercial use
    Traditionally used for military and industrial applications, thermal imaging cameras are an effective way to detect humans and objects in darkness.
    Editor / Provider: Lisa Hsu | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 21