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Submitted on October 21, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Under the agreement, Honeywell paid to the company the final $1.8 million installment it owed, together with interest. As part of the agreement, the company negotiated a favorable settlement of all matters related to three patents that it sold to...
Submitted on October 20, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Sales of $US6.4 billion were up 11 per cent compared to 2003, resulting from organic sales growth in all four operating segments. Cash flow from operations was $645 million and free cash flow (cash flow from operations less capital expenditures)...
Submitted on October 19, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The Federal Government says local and overseas experience has demonstrated the high deterrence value of the visible security measure of CCTV. While the Department of Transport is not being specific, it’s clear that a series of networked solutions will be...
Submitted on October 19, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The RailCorp tender will now close on Wednesday, November 10. One of the largest tenders of its type in the world, the networked surveillance system covers 304 railway stations spread across thousands of square miles.There are 6170 cameras and 441...
Submitted on October 19, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Former Tyco chief executive Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz, the company's one-time chief financial officer, asked a court to direct Twin City Fire Insurance to pay legal bills that they say have surpassed $US25 million. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns...
Submitted on October 19, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The aim is to provide local capability for regional airports to conduct basic passenger screening at short notice. The Australian Federal Police and the Office of Transport Security will work with airports on this measure due to the specialties of...
Submitted on October 18, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
Airships - known today mainly for advertising flyovers at football games - are the core of a new coastal surveillance system in development for the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) of the U.S. Department of Defense. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns...
Submitted on October 17, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
UTC has paid cash dividends on its common stock for 68 consecutive years. Based in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Hartford, Conn., the diversified company provides a broad range of high technology products and services to the building...
Submitted on October 17, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
“We have to find explosives quickly, inexpensively and, particularly, reliably,” said Rolf Hummel, a UF professor emeritus of materials science and engineering who heads the lab where the method was invented. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> The...
Submitted on October 17, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The technique uses two methods to trace a document: first, by analyzing a document to identify characteristics that are unique for each printer, and second by designing printers to purposely embed individualized characteristics in documents. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns...
Submitted on October 10, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
"We continued our excellent operating performance in the third quarter and built momentum for future growth," said GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt. "We delivered $.38 per share despite approximately $300 million after tax of hurricane-related insurance losses. Excluding the...
Submitted on October 6, 2004 | Security Electronics and Networks
The NACC assets to be acquired include a state-of-the-art electronic security alarm monitoring center located in <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Irvine, California. NACC currently generates approximately $800,000 in third-party alarm monitoring recurring monthly revenues (RMR) and owns...
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