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Z-Wave Alliance launches installer scheme

The Z-Wave Alliance, a membership organisation dedicated to advancing the Z-Wave wireless smart home protocol, has launched its membership level aimed at the integrator community involved in smart home. “Adding a membership level in the Alliance for integrators and dealers...
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NW Systems grows integration team

NW Systems has hired five new members of staff to boost the group’s installation and digital marketing capabilities as the IP video specialist looks set to exceed its own 20 percent growth target this year. Luke Oliver takes up the new post of Projects Manager, working alongside...
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Housing scheme fits smoke and heat alarms

The Parkside Phase of the Limestone Road regeneration project is a scheme to transform an historically volatile interface area of North Belfast. Smoke and heat alarms from Aico’s Ei160RC Series and Ei261ENRC CO alarms were selected by the consultant and contractor for this phase...
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Is wireless security the weakest link?

Information Technology decision makers (ITDMs) believe wireless networks to be the most vulnerable element of the IT infrastructure, according to a survey from Fortinet. Nearly half (49%) of respondents ranked wireless networks as most exposed from a security standpoint, in...
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MLA Expo record attendance a good sign

The Master Locksmiths Association (MLA) has reported the highest ever attendance at its trade exhibition for the locksmithing and physical security industry. The bi-annual event, which was staged earlier this month at the International Centre in Telford, had a footfall of 1,536...
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NVR gains Network Rail PADS approval

The PSI Premier Award winning SRN-4000 Network Video Recorder (NVR) has been approved for use within the Network Rail infrastructure. Confirmation that the SRN-4000 complies with the requirements for PADS certification follows a process during which it has been evaluated and...
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Baker enriches the bread dough

The trouble with flour is that it really does get up your nose and when you’ve got to sneeze, you’ve got to sneeze. This CCTV footage from an unknown kitchen did the rounds this month with a stark warning for anyone who doesn’t make their own bread. The poor baker is clearly...
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Paxton expands its Board of Directors

Paxton has announced the appointment of John Williamson as Chief Technical Officer (CTO) to strengthen the company’s Research & Development team. John will take responsibility for providing leadership to the product development team, based at Paxton’s head office in Brighton....
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CCTV fitted at UK lift test facility

A Midland technology company has played a key role in supplying equipment for the owner of the world’s largest elevator testing tower. Bromsgrove-based Ecl-ips has installed and advised on a network of time-lapse CCTV systems in a 32-metre high test facility for Coventry-based...
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Long range surveillance camera launched

Evve Surveillance has released the LR325k, an “ultra long-range” full HD 1080P surveillance camera for use in environments involving long distances such as ports, borders, critical national infrastructure (CNI), safe city projects and military bases. The LR325k is reported as...