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  • Genie and Midwich announce their premier partnership
    Genie CCTV, a leading British Manufacturer of multi technology CCTV and Biometric Access Control Solutions is pleased to announce to the Security Industry its premier partnership with Midwich, a leading Distributor of Commercial AV and Security hardware.
    Editor / Provider: Genie CCTV | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 19
  • EMEA market: Moving beyond security
    Video and access control systems have long been used for security purposes. But more and more, end users are using security equipment for non-security applications, due to the amount of intelligence that they can get out of their devices. The EMEA market is not exempt from this phenomenon.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 18
  • Growth in the global professional video surveillance market remained low in 2016
    The world market for professional video surveillance equipment grew 3.9 percent in 2016. This is according to recently-published estimates from IHS Markit through its Video Surveillance Intelligence Service. This is a higher rate of growth than in 2015 (1.9 percent), but still low by historical stan
    Editor / Provider: Jon Cropley, Principal Analyst for Video Surveillance at IHS Markit | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 13
  • Videalert moved to new office
    Videalert has moved to new and larger offices in Pinner, Middlesex.
    Editor / Provider: Videalert | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 11
  • Genie CCTV applies fingerprint reader for office in UK
    Adrian Flux is one of the largest insurance brokers in the UK, based in a historic mansion 6 miles east of King's Lynn in Norfolk the company employs around 1,000 staff members and has around 600,000 policy holders as of 2016.
    Editor / Provider: Genie CCTV | Updated: 2017 / 7 / 4
  • How transmission can benefit from Li-Fi
    Wireless transmission of data is enabled with several technologies, for example cellular or Wi-Fi. But what if the visible light is used as a transmission medium? The answer lies in a technology called Li-Fi, which uses light emitted from LED bulbs to transmit data.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 6 / 27

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