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Submitted on October 20, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The report, released Oct. 17, shows that robberies were down 3.1 percent with 401,326 recorded by law enforcement around the nation in 2004 — the lowest number of robberies since at least 1965. Meanwhile, after three years of going up,...
Submitted on October 20, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The company reported earnings of 55 cents per share in the third quarter, an increase of 28 per cent versus 43 cents per share in the third quarter of 2004. Net income was $470 million for the quarter compared with...
Submitted on October 20, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Chubb will also be providing and supporting intruder detection technology at ASDA’s 160 petrol filling stations, and alarms and keyholder response at 60 of ASDA’s retail sites with remote ATMs. ASDA is the UK’s second largest retail chain. ASDA Group...
Submitted on October 12, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
There was a slight decrease in the number of incidents (3%) and victims (6%) compared with 2002-03. The figure below shows that most homicide victims in 2003-04 died from stab wounds, followed closely by being beaten to death with either...
Submitted on October 11, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
This year's conference theme titled "Intelligence, Truth and Accountability," will explore how we are all faced with increasingly dynamic environments, increasing sources and amounts of information and we are continually being challenged to get it right. This allows us to...
Submitted on October 10, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
His group created a self-assembled lattice of non-interacting two-atoms-high islands of cobalt on a single-crystal gold substrate. The islands' density - 26 trillion islands per square inch - is the highest yet recorded and 200 times the bit density of...
Submitted on September 28, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
ACCORDING to NRSS the survey, the results have seen retailers increasingly using digital video surveillance to cut shrinkage losses as well as reduce the time demands of false alarms.
Submitted on September 28, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The contract amount is valued at approximately $2 billion over 20 years, making it the largest statewide public safety communications project to be awarded in the United States. M/A-COM was awarded the contract after a thorough review process. It will...
Submitted on September 28, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Based in Milan, Tag Technology serves OEM clients, system integrators, software houses and public institutions, and offers a complete portfolio of high-quality RFID transponders, inlays, reader ICs, reader modules and industrial data collection terminals. Joe Grillo, Chairmain of ASSA ABLOY...
Submitted on September 28, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Effective immediately, Walden W. O'Dell, Diebold chairman and chief executive officer, is assuming the role of president and chief operating officer and taking direct responsibility for the company's global operations. Eric C. Evans, president and chief operating officer, is leaving...
Submitted on September 26, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
Research, based on interviews and analysis of sales projections of 40 key vendors, says the brunt of the convergence market will be in event management rather than identity management, and a major portion of the event management products will come...
Submitted on September 26, 2005 | Security Electronics and Networks
The $US48 million deal will give Verint a foothold in the Asia Pacific market. Under the transaction, Verint of Denver acquires MultiVision’s Hong Kong-based MultiVision Intelligent Surveillance Ltd. subsidiary. “The acquisition of MultiVision's networked video security business reinforces our strategy...