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Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
The Victorian Security Institute will run a seminar programme alongside SecTech Roadshow in Melbourne (pre-register here) on Thursday May, 2. Attendees will be welcomed by the VSI's Suzanne Lockhart and topics will include Labour Hire Licensing and its impact on...
Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
They're the most common security sensing devices you can buy but too many installers still get it wrong when they're putting in PIRs. And just going for dual technology sensors instead of installing PIRs properly is poor practice. FOR many...
Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
SECTECH Roadshow hits Melbourne on Thursday May 2 - that's just 9 days away - pre-register here and avoid delays at the door! This year there are more SecTech exhibitors than we've ever had before - you'll see the latest...
Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
A NEW security distribution business, Innovare Security Distribution, has been launched to serve the Australian and New Zealand security markets. Innovare is a division of ATF Services – an Australian company with a national footprint in both Australia and NZ,...
Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
WESTERN Australia Police is seeking an access control system upgrade for the Maylands Police Complex. The sprawling complex is the former Police Training Academy, which is now used as home base by a number of WA Police units, including K9...
Submitted on April 18, 2019 | John Adams
SMART home security provider Alarm.com posted SaaS and license revenue of $US77.8 million in the fourth quarter of 2018. Hardware and other revenue in the fourth quarter was $33.6 million, a 42 per cent increase over Q4 2017 - primarily...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
SecTech Roadshow 2019 tours 5 state capitals in May (kicking off in Melbourne next Thursday May 2), giving security installers, end users and consultants an opportunity to see the latest and greatest electronic security solutions in their home town. In...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
NORTEK Security & Control has introduced the 2GIG eSeries, the next generation of the 2GIG security and control ecosystem that includes two all-new GC2e and GC3e panels and a new line of encrypted sensors. Nortek Security & Control Vice President...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
TELSTRA SNP Monitoring has re-branded as Sapio – The Human Powered Security Company. It’s an interesting choice of name that highlights the company’s future direction – AI fuelled by data sharing via ‘activated’ security solutions. “At Sapio, we believe that...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
DAHUA Technology has released its new XVR HD-CVI series NVRs, the XVR5000-I/XVR7000-4KL-I, featuring 16-channel SMD Plus AI upgrade. The series is designed to reduce false-alarm rates and human surveillance costs, bringing great value to customers in search of products with...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
Is it advisable that low voltage security installers carry a Hall Effect meter at all times? Yes, you could make a strong case in favour of this. Clamp-on (Hall Effect) meters measure currents up to 1000 amps (a standard DMM...
Submitted on April 17, 2019 | John Adams
MONASH University is inviting responses from proven suppliers of enterprise class video management systems as part of a planned upgrade to the university's CCTV solution. The tendered solutions should be either: a) A fully capable software solution for installation on...
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