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1st August 2018 Issue no. 421
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Uri will be working closely with Hanwha Techwin Europe's Country Managers and other key stakeholders to drive the implementation of the company's B2B channel programme. He will also be responsible for developing strategies and driving programmes to help win additional new business across Europe.
Vanderbilt, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, will showcase the latest version of ACT Enterprise at Security Essen 2018. Along with demonstrations of the access control software solution, visitors to Security Essen can explore the full range of products that Vanderbilt has to offer at Stand 6D90, with a significant focus on increased integration within the company's products and with third-party systems.
ATG Access, the world's leading innovator of road blocker, bollards and vehicle barrier systems (Hostile Vehicle Mitigation products), has exceeded its previous year's turnover by 12% to report a turnover of £17.5 million.
Ad Hoc Property Management, Europe's leading providers of Property Guardians, have launched a new business division to sit alongside its core offering - Ad Hoc Security UK Limited - and to strengthen its security service for property owners.
The company, which already lends help to vacant property owners through commercial and residential Property Guardianship, will focus the new arm of the business solely on security and technology, using its affordable security guards and Cyclops powered Smart Camera Tower System, and Smart Alarm System at the forefront of its property protection solutions.
The Wisenet Transport Solution includes the choice of three compact mobile H.265 dome cameras recently added to the award winning Wisenet X camera series, which have been built to withstand vibrations which may occur in transport environments.
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Returning for 2018 are our sponsors KAP Diagnostics.
The Manything Pro software allows security professionals to offer offsite cloud recording and remote viewing to their customers, and in turn creates a new source of recurring revenue.
ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global door opening solutions' provider, is launching the new CLIQ Go system for locksmiths looking to future-proof their security expertise.
Remote access management
Rosslare Enterprises Ltd., a leading worldwide provider of professional security solutions including Access Control, Detectors, and Guard Patrol, has launched the Rosslare BLE-ID apps. By installing the apps onto their smartphones, users can use the smartphone as a credential for access control and automation applications.
The ID code generated by the app is unique to the device, and may be transferred easily by email to the system administrator. Rosslare's new CSN SMART readers will appear in the app, and the user just needs to tap on the reader name to submit the credential to that particular reader.
The China Internet Security Conference 2018 (ISC2018) invites cybersecurity experts from leading think tanks and security vendors around the world to share your expertise at ISC 2018, the largest Asia-pacific security event with the highest level and widest influence.
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The work includes use of transom door closers, pole handles and door handles from Alpro as part of the renovation of nineteenth-century warehouse buildings into a complex of offices, showrooms, exhibition space and a rooftop deck over 24,000 square feet.
A raft of revised British Standards has prompted the publication of three new technical guides from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) for door and window hardware specialists.
One of the ever popular features of ALEX is our training and demonstration area. We have two 42-inch plasma screens, a handycam with an operator and a PA with wireless microphones, so you can demo a product on a car (you need to supply your own car!) and connect a laptop to the screens to show presentations or video.
He has spent the last 10 years at Burton Safes developing their commercial division.