Redvision appoints Dermot Grace as MD

Redvision has announced the appointment of Dermot Grace as its new managing director. Dermot will continue to grow

Pyronix and its future with Hikvision

Last week it was revealed that Chinese surveillance giant Hikvision had acquired Rotherham-based intruder

Euralarm discusses BIM and IoT security

The Euralarm Symposium 2016 took place in early May in Lisbon, Portugal focusing on challenges and opportunities

Who will be next for acquisition?

A new acquisition study from market analysts Plimsoll Publishing has named which of the UK’s largest security firms

IP interface for beam sensors launched

Takex Europe is launching an IP interface module INTQUADIP; designed for PB-IN-HF/HFA, PB-F/FA, PB-IN-100AT, and

CCTV is cutting construction security budgets

VPS Site Security has reported a switch from human patrols to more guardless systems in the last twelve months.

New safety system for Dartford crossing

A new traffic safety system at the Dartford crossing on the M25 is designed to automatically detect and identify

Marc Wesley joins 360 Vision Technology

360 Vision Technology, the British CCTV design and manufacturing company, has announced the recruitment of Marc

DHF sends warning to installers

Nick Perkins, an authority on powered gate safety, will be giving vital safety advice to gate installers and

Partnership results in new apprentice scheme

Allcooper has formed a new partnership with South Gloucestershire and Stroud College, to offer apprenticeships in

Evolution opens new office in Edinburgh

Evolution Security has moved to new offices in Edinburgh to support the expansion of the group in the north.

AHD CCTV aids service in restaurant

Hadrian Technology has teamed up with Durham’s Bells fish restaurant and takeaway to create a new customer service

Gareth Rhodes joins the CCTVdirect team

Gareth Rhodes has been appointed CCTVdirect’s Business Development Manager as company growth continues. Gareth had

Privacy assured with people masking

Panasonic has introduced a people masking solution, within both a range of cameras and as part of PC-based

SyI announces 2016 conference information

The Security Institute (SyI) has announced the launch of its 2016 Conference with a new format from its previous

Hikvision acquisition of Pyronix confirmed

Hikvision, the video surveillance manufacturer, has announced the acquisition of Pyronix, the UK-based intrusion

Bigger fines ahead for UK companies?

Over the last fortnight, prosecutions of two UK companies have demonstrated the significance of the recent changes

CCSS gains funding for new division

Close Circuit Security Services (CCSS) has received a funding package worth £730,000 from Santander Corporate &

Nortech appoints Steve Greenaway

Nortech Control Systems has appointed Steve Greenaway as Business Development Director. Stephen Blackler, Managing

Council upgrades access control systems

Videx has won a three-year contract with North Tyneside Council. The Council wanted to refurbish 16 sheltered

Partnership benefits the next generation

A partnership between New College Lanarkshire and Gent by Honeywell will allow Modern Apprenticeship students to

Biometric systems hit the gyms

Working with installation partners Vistec Systems, ievo has provided biometric fingerprint readers to add an

New BAFE Board Director announced

At this year’s BAFE Annual General Meeting it was announced that Simon Banks, Group Managing Director of CSL

Enhanced analytics and global surveillance

Bosch Security Systems has released Bosch Video Management System 6.5, offering extended functionality with facial

Honeywell officially opens demo suite

Over the course of an evening and five guided tours, Honeywell officially opened its London Demo Suite recently.

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PSI Product Tests

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TESTED: The Vista Q server

The unit is a small-footprint video server for use with the Vista product range and the “qulu” video management software. The model on test was fitted with a 2TB drive and had four camera licences pre-loaded. The front panel has three LEDs to show status of Power Hard Drive and...
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TESTED: Uniview NVR 201-04EP

This is a four channel NVR which in this case was supplied with a 1TB Seagate Barracuda drive fitted. The unit has four PoE enabled camera ports allowing for very simple installation and system management. Manufacturer’s key features 4 channel 1080P input Third-party IP cameras...

News

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Redvision appoints Dermot Grace as MD

Redvision has announced the appointment of Dermot Grace as its new managing director. Dermot will continue to grow sales in both domestic and international security markets for the UK CCTV...
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Pyronix and its future with Hikvision

Last week it was revealed that Chinese surveillance giant Hikvision had acquired Rotherham-based intruder manufacturer Pyronix. Speaking to the South Yorkshire Times, former owner Julie Kenny,...
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Euralarm discusses BIM and IoT security

The Euralarm Symposium 2016 took place in early May in Lisbon, Portugal focusing on challenges and opportunities for businesses due to the impact of new technological developments to our sector....

Interviews

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Meet the installer – Robert Truesdale

Robert Truesdale is the Fire and Security Systems Manager at Securi-Guard Fire and Security in Plymouth. Areas of expertise for the company include intruder and fire alarm systems, CCTV, access control and fire extinguishers. Do you use a distributor or buy direct from...

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Causes for security concerns?

In this article we find out if IoT systems might pose any more of a risk than established IP based technology when it comes to security AdaptiveMobile recently predicted that up to 80% of connected devices currently deployed do not have adequate security measures in place, with...
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Is free product support the way forward?

When it comes to home security systems, repair and maintenance is something that should be taken very seriously. Unfortunately, says Sven Siddle, Head of ProtectMyProperty.co.uk, some customers are left disgruntled by the high call out charges set by security companies, and their...

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Will new regulations decrease break-ins?

With break-ins still a concern for home owners across the UK, a new addition to the Buildings Regulations, Approved Document Q, has been implemented. The introduction of security standards for doors and windows is great news for buyers of new builds but it also highlights the...