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ISCS Seeking Access Control Technical Support Staff

Stuart Harmer
Stuart Harmer

Stuart Harmer, says International Security Control Solutions currently has 2 vacancies in its NSW branch for technical support staff.

“We are looking for people with a strong background in access control and smart card technologies with a strong customer focus,” Harmer said. “If this is you or someone you can recommend please let us know, Andrew Miller at ISCS would love to speak with you!” 

ISCS is an Australian-owned company offering access control and security colutions to a wide variety of business’s and corporations.

According to Harmer, ISCS has established a wide dealer network for its range of products and offers first class consultation and technical support.♦

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Intelligence Platforms Vital To Security Management, Says Bellrock

Luke Montgomery, MD of Bellrock
Luke Montgomery, MD of Bellrock

ACCORDING to Bellrock MD, Luke Montgomery, intelligence platforms like the company’s Stabilitas solution are now vital to maximising proactive operational procedures in a world with a fast-changing threat profile. 

Montgomery, who was visiting Sydney to showcase the Stabilitas solution to key government clients gave SEN’s John Adams a quick demonstration of the capabilities of the solution, which ingests multiple data feeds to deliver security teams almost instantaneous intelligence reports. 

Arguably the most beautiful thing about this system is its ability to leverage incoming intelligence on the fly – in the event of an incident you can pull a geo-fence around an incident and instantly alert all staff in an area of any size to seek safety.

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Melbourne Cricket Ground Seeks Hostile Vehicle Mitigation Solution

MCG seeks hostile vehicle mitigation solution
MCG seeks hostile vehicle mitigation solution

MELBOURNE Cricket Ground (MCG) is seeking expressions of interest for the expansion of the MCG Protective Security Solution at the MCG with a hostile vehicle mitigation solution. 

The MCC is seeking providers who have a validated track record in the design and installation of hostile vehicle mitigation solutions at similar sporting venues, or at other locations where direct comparisons can be made with the requirements of the MCC.

The MCG is Australia’s most attended sports and entertainment stadium, accommodating major events such as international cricket, Australian Rules football, soccer, rugby and concerts, as well as hosting a large number of major functions in the surrounding purpose-built facilities.

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Glenn Opray Joins Video Security Products as BDM

Glenn Opray, VSP
Glenn Opray, VSP

Glenn Opray has joined Video Security Products as business development manager based out of the boutique distribution company’s Melbourne office. 

Opray, who gained a degree in network engineering from Swinburne University, has extensive experience and connections in the electronic security industry. He most recently handled sales at Fusion Power Supplies after spending nearly 10 years with Q Security Systems. 

“Glenn is a perfect fit for Video Security Products’ customers and his appointment expands our Melbourne office team to 5,” said VSP’s MD, Zaki Wazir. “We’re delighted to have him onboard.” 

Meanwhile, Opray said he was looking forward to the challenges of his new role with fast-growing VSP. ♦

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Hills and Pelco Competition Winners Preview New Range

The ANZ visitors on Spectra Way at Pelco
The ANZ visitors on Spectra Way at Pelco

WINNERS of the Hills and Pelco by Schneider Electric ‘Win a trip to Las Vegas’ competition, including Intelligent Surveillance from Cairns, Mick Martin Electronic Security from Tamworth, and Red Wolf Security Group from Wellington New Zealand – enjoyed a memorable week in the USA, touring the Pelco global headquarters in Clovis, California before travelling to Las Vegas to attend the largest security industry trade show in the US – ISC West.

The tour of the Pelco factory was a highlight for the installers, and a great opportunity to meet the people behind the Pelco product. The group previewed the latest Pelco products including VideoXpert 2.0, the all new VideoXpert Professional mid-tier VMS as well as the new Pelco Sarix Enhanced camera range.

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Hitachi Signs Partnership with Geutebruck Pacific, STS and Campus Watch

Hitachi, Geutebruck, STS, CampusWatch form partnership
Hitachi, Geutebruck, STS, CampusWatch form partnership

HITACHI Data Systems has formalised new agreements with Geutebruck Pty Ltd, the Australian division of Germany-based Geutebruck and Australian system integrators, Security & Technology Services (STS) and Campus Watch, to co-develop and deliver next-generation solutions, accelerate go-to-market strategies and open new doors in the fast-growth Australian public safety and security market.

“As Digital Transformation continues to take hold, the public safety and security market in Australia represents a significant opportunity for Hitachi and its solution-capable partner and alliance ecosystem,” said Phil Teague, industry and alliances solutions director, HDS ANZ. “Combining powerful solutions from HDS and Hitachi Insight Group with the solutions, skills and capabilities of our partners will help our customers to better manage risk, reduce costs and, most importantly, ensure the safety of people and assets.”

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Consolidated Security Merchants Distributing TVT

Wayne Trethowan, general manager, CSM
Wayne Trethowan, general manager, CSM

TVT Digital Technology has announced a partnership with Australian electronic security distributor, Consolidated Security Merchants.

TVT is now supported by Consolidated Security Merchants, which is now the exclusive distributor for the region. Consolidated Security Merchants has extensive sales, training and technical support facilities around the country and will be working closely with TVT to build the brand in the region.

According to CSM’s Wayne Trethowan, TVT is a total solution developer and manufacturer, offering unique products including full range DVRs and colour cameras, IP cameras and hybrid DVR/NVR,HD AHD/TVI DVR and cameras, high speed dome cameras, storage/decoding server solution and software solutions such as VMS, cell phone applications, and browser applications.

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Chicago Cubs Donate $US1m for CCTV Around Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field by Jason Hernandez
Wrigley Field by Jason Hernandez

A CHICAGO City Council committee has voted to accept a $US1 million donation by the Chicago Cubs organization to install additional security cameras around Wrigley Field.

The donation will expand the city’s extensive Operation Virtual Shield (OVS) network of cameras near the stadium with around 30 new video surveillance cameras to be installed on city-owned light poles near the North Side field.

“The additional cameras will serve to enhance the safety and security of the venue and allow Chicago’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) to monitor the high traffic areas in communities adjacent to the ballpark,” Chicago police said.

Cubs spokesman Julian Green told chicagobusiness.com the new cameras will be owned and operated by the city, but the team will have access to the security feeds to monitor the area around the park.

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Sylo Planning to Roll Out Cortex Smart City Appliance in Adelaide

Mark Hartmann with Sylo Cortex
Mark Hartmann with Sylo Cortex

SYLO is in talks with a number of councils in Adelaide and plans to roll out its Cortex smart city appliance within 6 weeks.  

Cortex combines more than 20 public services including phone, payment system to top up public travel and library cards, streaming news service and air and traffic monitoring and public information, all from a single appliance, while facilitating a revenue stream for users via to advertising.

Hartmann told the Adelaide Advertiser he was interested in manufacturing the Cortex units in Adelaide.

“SA has a lot of incentives for us to do so,” he said. “Adelaide has a problem with people being out of work, especially with the (recently closed) Holden plant. Cortex is a vehicle without wheels, it has a lot of vehicle components. The skill set and timing of it works well.” 

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Central Security Distribution Expanding Presence in NSW

CSD expands in NSW
CSD expands in NSW

THIS week the CSD Northmead sales branch in NSW is moving to new premises in Seven Hills, which will open June 5.

“Due to the continued support of our customers, CSD continues to grow rapidly and in order for us to provide some of the world’s best products and a high level of service to our customers, a shift into bigger and better premises in NSW was absolutely necessary,” says Mark Cunnington, managing director of CSD.

“The new premises at Seven Hills has given us more room for product demonstration, stock and support which further emphasises our commitment to a strong branch network across Australia.” 

Located only 7 minutes away from the current Northmead location, the new Seven Hills location opens on June 5 with a new showroom, 3 demo rooms, an increased capacity Inner Range training room, and a larger stock holding. 

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