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Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
All space in the main hall for Security & Government Expo 2019 has now sold out, with 27 companies on board for the November 14 event, and just 4 foyer spaces remaining. Sponsored by ASIS ACT, Inner Range and SEN,...
Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
A streetlamp camera system designed to measure traffic flow is now being leveraged by San Diego police to fight violent crime across the city. Installed in 2016 and first used by police in 2018, the system has now been used...
Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
University of Otago in Dunedin NZ is seeking providers of electronic security solutions, including intrusion detection, access control and CCTV, to support all its NZ-based campuses. The request for quote (RFQ) is an invitation to suitably qualified suppliers to submit...
Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
Alarm.com reports total revenue for Q2 increased 16.4 per cent to $US121.7 million and said the company expects annual revenue in the range of $460.2 million to $465.7 million. The company's growth underpins the veracity of its cloud-based business model....
Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
Perth CCTV, automation and IT integrator Zenien has won a contract with City of Fremantle for CCTV installation, upgrade and maintenance of its Genetec Security Center-based safe city CCTV solution. As part of this contract, City of Fremantle will expand...
Submitted on August 16, 2019 | John Adams
Cambridge Pixel, a developer of radar display, tracking and recording sub-systems, has supplied its radar video trackers to Port of Dover for integration into CCTV and safety systems at Europe's busiest ferry port. "We are delighted to see our radar...
Submitted on August 15, 2019 | John Adams
Arguably the most robust and efficient intrusion detection technology on a dollar for dollar basis, thermal sensing has found a match made in heaven with deep learning and the combination could revolutionise local and remote monitoring and response services internally...
Submitted on August 15, 2019 | John Adams
I'm an electronic security installer. If I ask you what would be the future of the electronic security industry, what would be your answer? What should I do to keep up with the electronic security industry? A: Some obvious things...
Submitted on August 14, 2019 | John Adams
KOCOM’S IP video intercom systems will soon be available on the Australian market through BGW Technologies. Features include a 7-inch colour digital LCD monitor, call and communication with visitor, instant notifications to your smartphone (iOS and Android, powered by Kocom...
Submitted on August 9, 2019 | John Adams
THERE’S now just 1 space left inside the main hall at the Realm Hotel for Security & Government Expo 2019, with 26 companies on board for the November 14 event. Sponsored by ASIS ACT, Inner Range and SEN, SAGE 2019...
Submitted on August 9, 2019 | John Adams
Fermax Australia has further expanded its footprint to open an office in Canberra to better service its customers within the ACT region. “Stephen Reid, our new ACT manager, has come from an installation, consultant and project management background, and brings...
Submitted on August 9, 2019 | John Adams
Blighter Surveillance Systems, a British designer and manufacturer of electronic-scanning (e-scan) radars and surveillance solutions, has partnered with Genetec to integrate its range of Blighter ground surveillance radars with Genetec’s unified Security Center platform. Blighter's passive electronically scanned array (PESA)...
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