Digital intelligence company is officially launched

CONXTD Technologies, developers of digital intelligence solutions for home, small business and enterprise risk

Whitepaper outlines key points from Review

Assa Abloy UK has issued its whitepaper in response to Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review of Building

UL joins British Security Industry Association

UL has announced its associate membership in the British Security Industry Association (BSIA). Through its

Dahua expands UK presence with Leeds office

Dahua Technology is expanding its presence in the UK with the opening of a new office in Leeds. This is the first

New IP CCTV system to protect London HQ

Delta Security has replaced an ageing CCTV system for the Diocese of London’s headquarters, with a new IP-based

DVS expands product portfolio and team

In a busy month for the distributor, DVS has announced it will be supplying Netgenium IP PoE active speakers

Crime initiative welcomes new associate members

National Business Crime Solution (NBCS), the not for profit initiative that enables the sharing of data between law

Lockdown emergency barrier system launched

ERA has launched Lockdown, an emergency barricade device designed to provide security in the event of a threatening

Dates confirmed for new security installer event

Supported by IFSEC organiser UBM, Pro-Activ has announced the inaugural SiX event for November 2019 at EventCity,

Apprentice competition celebrates 2018 success

The Engineers of Tomorrow (EoT) competition, in which apprentices install security systems against the clock, has

Traders Warehouse strikes exclusive distribution deal

Traders Warehouse is the exclusive distribution partner across five UK branches, to offer Comelit Group’s new fire

New recruits strengthen the Abloy team

Abloy UK has recruited four new team members to boost its team, supporting growing demand for its products and

FIA seeks your opinion for market survey

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) is to carry out a large-scale survey to assess the current market conditions

Quanergy Systems agrees UK&I distribution deal

Quanergy Systems has announced a distribution partnership with Oprema. Through the partnership, Oprema will provide

Void property management white paper

Assa Abloy Security Solutions has released a white paper on key management and control for void properties in the

Norbain North moves to accommodate growth

Due to sustained growth, Norbain has announced that it has relocated its North office to larger premises in

Employers expect technical skills shortage

Over 70% of employers believe that they will face a shortage of technology professionals over the next year,

Burglary and social media correlation

New research by Swinton has uncovered that Manchester residents are the most likely to fall victim to a break-in.

Paxton recognised at Business Awards

Paxton was named Company of the Year at the Brighton and Hove Business Awards recently. The company was also highly

OpenView achieves Gold status accreditation

OpenView Security Solutions has achieved Gold accreditation status in Milestone’s Channel Partner Programme. The

IDIS technology chosen for World Cup 2018

It has been revealed that IDIS surveillance technology was chosen for a surveillance upgrade at the 45,000 capacity

Cloud recording developed for analogue systems

Manything Pro has worked with engineers from Hikvision to integrate its offsite cloud recording software with a

Uri Guterman takes on newly created role

Hanwha Techwin Europe has recruited Uri Guterman to take on the newly created role of Head of Product &

Access control management upgrade for SBE

Located in Saint Léonard, France, SBE provides electronic service, repair and aftersales support. With 600

Lighting, detection and wayfinding in one system

Hochiki Europe has launched FIREscape+, a system combining emergency lighting, fire detection and wayfinding



Meet the installer – John Ketteridge

John Ketteridge is Sales Director at Dragon Security Systems based in Wroxham, Norfolk. Company areas of expertise include all forms of electronic security – CCTV, access control, intruder alarms, fire alarms and Refuge systems, barriers and gates. The business boasts...

Meet the installer – Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor is Managing Director at The Alarm Company in Norwich. Areas of expertise for the company include intruder alarms, fire alarms, CCTV, access control, induction loops, disabled call systems (WC and refuge) and nurse call and the business boasts accreditations such as...

PSI Product Tests


TESTED – Uniview IPC3635ER3-DUPZ

This IP “Eyeball” style Day /Night IR camera is based around a 5MP “Starlight” 1/2.7” sensor and has a 5x motorised zoom lens. It is IP67 rated and ONVIF compliant. Operating temperature is stated as an impressive -40° to +60° C. Getting started The camera is PoE fed (8.16W) or...

TESTED: Concept Pro CP-HSD20-AHD

This Concept Pro IP66 IK10 rated speed-dome is based on the Starvis 1/2.8” CMOS sensor, giving a 2MP (1920 x 1080p) image with a 20x zoom lens and in-built infrared illuminators with a stated range of up to 150 metres. A 30x zoom version is also available. The camera provides...



Understanding ONVIF Profiles

Understanding the device specifications for integrators, installers and security end users for complete IP video solutions Systems integrators are frequently charged with creating an IP-based video surveillance installation for a client’s facility that brings together the best...

A lesson in lockdown requirements

A terrorist incident, a traffic accident, an intruder, air pollution, a nearby fire, or even a dangerous dog roaming around outside – just a few of the situations that could require a school or other public building to go into lockdown. With such events becoming more frequent,...



Accredit where it’s due…

No matter the trade you operate in there will have been times you have lost business to someone who is operating without proper accreditation or training. In our industry it can be dangerous as well as infuriating There’s no problem with people coming into the sector. A little...