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27th May 2015 Issue no. 266
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Search Techniques updates their product range as demand for random search procedures grows
Sit back and think about all those things that have been thought of being impossible since the dawn of time. Human beings flying, communicating with the other side of the world instantly, landing on the moon. So many Impossibilities, but man has always endeavoured to overcome them. Even Captain Kirk told of the SS Enterprise's 5 year mission in the final frontier of Space.
Proximity Smart Key System Tester
The TDB003 Proximity/Smart Key Systems Tester offers a simple and cost effective way to diagnose and test problems relating to the vehicle immobiliser system, which is made up of a number of components.
The Ninja Laser key cutting machine - sleek, chic and unique
Boon Edam launches updated BoonConnect maintenance software for its security doors
Securikey launches brand new digital door locks
Close the door on the competition with Yale's new range of door closers
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This Week's News
New qualification to help learners meet event security requirements
A new qualification has been launched that will help learners take their first steps in event security and provide employers with the well-trained event stewarding staff they require.
The HABC Level 2 Certificate in Event Security Operations (QCF) will give learners an understanding of what employers need them to know in order to do the job effectively and safely, combined with knowledge of health and safety and customer service.
IFSEC International 2015: Safe Cities
IFSEC International 2015 has released details for this year's Safe Cities feature which will focus on the protection of larger urban areas, critical national infrastructure and business continuity at London's ExCeL from 16-18 June.
Suited for senior and strategic personnel responsible for the protection of major assets within a city, Safe Cities will provide high level thought leadership sessions to provide more insight into this fast growing concept. Networked technologies and current trends all feature heavily in the Safe Cities Seminar Theatre, exclusively sponsored by Eaton.
TradeLocks declare zero interest in their Bianchi key cutting machines
Yes; you heard correctly! Zero interest is not necessarily a bad thing, especially when it comes to purchasing quality tools from TradeLocks; the provider of innovative locksmith solutions.
Customers can NOW buy on finance with 0% interest for an entire YEAR on ALL Bianchi machines! It may sound too good to be true; but actually it's a fact!
Hofstra University Standardizes on Boon Edam Security Entrances
Hofstra University, in New York, continues to roll out installation of turnstile entrances to eventually cover all of their residence halls for increased safety and security.
MIPS 2015 welcomes over 100 new companies
MIPS, the 21st international exhibition on protection, security and fire safety took place in pavilion 75 of Moscow’s VDNKh from 13 — 16 April 2015.
Over the past 20 years, MIPS has established itself as an authority among professionals of this industry. In his welcome to exhibitors and visitors, Viktor Zolotov, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, noted that MIPS “uses its well-deserved reputation among professionals and manufacturers of special machinery and equipment as one of the best trade exhibitions and congress projects in Russia and the CIS.
Kentec protects newly rebuilt Bank of Albania Museum
A major renovation and restoration of the historic Central Bank of Albania in Tirana, that includes the construction of a new building to house a new Numismatic Museum, is being protected by a new fire safety system that includes a Kentec fire alarm control panel.
Housed in the ground and first floors of the central corpus of the Bank, originally designed by prominent Italian architect Vittorio Ballio Morpurgo in 1934-36, the Museum of Bank of Albania aims to create a new public place that will include a new Numismatic Museum, a new conference hall for 150 people, offices, meetings room, an internal gallery, a roof garden and underground four-levels parking.
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Skyguard to unveil new version of MYSOS personal safety alarm
Skyguard will be unveiling a brand new version of its exclusive 'MySOS' personal safety alarm at the 2015 Safety and Health Expo, held at London's Excel between 16th to 18th June.
HDcctv Alliance the future pathway for analogue HD video
HDcctv Alliance executive director Todd Rockoff claims that HDCVI 2.0 is now THE standard analogue HD interface for surveillance video. "HDCVI 2.0 provides the easiest possible migration from legacy NTSC or PAL video to 720p or 1080p surveillance," he said. "HDCVI 2.0 compliance ensures 100% multi-vendor plug 'n' play remote control. HDCVI 2.0 is the only analogue HD solution based on issued patents with a published specification and a rigorous compliance certification methodology."
Urmet's IP door entry secures new Lend Lease residential development in Battersea
Allegion announces new key account manager
Comelit's new video entry phone at IFSEC 2015
Alpro making an exhibit of themselves in London
Allegion launches RIBA approved CPD sessions
The CPD seminar titled 'Door Hardware and Inclusive Design', has been assessed and approved as conforming to guidelines set by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and has become part of its Core Curriculum.
Losing Your Mettle: is the law failing to stand up to metal theft?
Contrary to the much-lauded 2013 Scrap Metal Dealers Act, new analysis on metal theft raises questions on its success and on how it has encouraged a shift from petty to large-scale organised crime.
The act was meant to cut metal theft which peaked in 2011/2012 when copper prices were high and UK businesses alone were experiencing over 1,000 such thefts a week, with an annual haul of 60,000 metal thefts reported.
ECKey Introduces VIZpin LITE Access Control as a Service