Monthly Archive for June, 2010

Outstanding Performance for Mayflex

UTC Fire & Security Awards Mayflex for Outstanding Sales Performance in 2009

Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, is very pleased to have been awarded “Outstanding Sales Performance” for 2009 at the UTC Fire & Security (UTCFS) awards in mid-June.

UTCFS was proud to award Mayflex with such a prestigious award as a reward for their sales performance.  Mayflex produced a fantastic sales result for 2009 making them UTCFS’s number one business partner in EMEA. Continue reading...

Free Courses from Mayflex

Mayflex holds a range of free IP Surveillance Courses

Throughout 2010, Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, has been working with its suppliers to offer a range of free IP Security courses, including general education on IP solutions and introductions to individual products.  These courses have been incredibly popular so far, with more and more people booking their places every week. Continue reading...

New Venture Brings Bavak Proven Vehicle Access Control Technology To The UK

A new joint venture between Bavak BV and ParkSecure has been launched to bring a new range of perimeter security and access control technologies and specialist support services to installers and end-users throughout the UK and Ireland.

The Dutch security group Bavak BV already has a large installed-base Europe-wide, with gates, barriers and blockers protecting a number of high profile military and government sites. Continue reading...

Optex Europe’s Redscan Wins Another Award

Optex Europe, leading manufacturer of detection technology, has beaten six other nominees in the PSI Premier Awards: Product Innovation of the Year category for its RLS3060 laser detector.

The RLS3060 is a laser-scan detector that can determine a target’s size, speed and distance from the unit. The algorithm ensures accurate and reliable detection of activity with minimal false alarms. To enhance coverage, the detector can be mounted to allow horizontal or vertical detection fields. It has already been awarded Security Excellence and IFSEC awards in the last year. Continue reading...

Axis Ensures No Trouble At The Mill For Adderstone

Axis Security, one of the UK’s fastest growing providers of integrated security solutions, has been selected to provide out of hours concierge and security at the Centenary Mill, a prestigious residential complex in Preston.

Well-known for providing high-level security for a number of prestigious organisations including Rolls Royce, and various parts of the local NHS, Axis Security has responsibility for a number of tasks at Centenary Mill. Continue reading...

APT’s Complete Range in Crash Test Triumph

Following the launch of its new ‘Complete’ bollard range, APT Security Systems, the high-end integrator for high-performance vehicle access systems, reports that its Anti-terror APT30 Complete has achieved crash-rated status.

The APT30 Complete, so called because unlike standard bollards it comes complete with the rebar cage, was successfully crash tested to withstand an impact of 7.5 tonnes at 30mph. And unlike normal bollard testing, where the bollards are rammed as a set of three, the APT30 Complete was tested as a single unit – the first bollard to be tested in this manner within the UK. Continue reading...

Xtralis Extends VESDA range with Integrated Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring Solution

VESDA and ICAM Systems Expanded to Provide Reliable and Cost-effective Protection Against Other Airborne Threats, Delivering Added Value for Partners and End Users

Xtralis™, a leading global provider of powerful solutions for the early detection of fire, gas and security threats, today announced that its market-leading very early smoke detection technologies – VESDA® – and ICAM™ have been expanded to include gas detection and environmental monitoring as well as its proven aspirating smoke detection capabilities. Continue reading...

Bosch announces Compatibility Website for IP Video Surveillance Products

• One source for compatibility of third-party solutions with Bosch devices
• Site makes it easier to design systems using best-of-breed products
• Firmware and encoder-decoder compatibility tools also provided

Bosch Security Systems announces an interactive website that details the IP video devices, firmware versions and features supported by a variety of software offerings from Bosch and other suppliers. The new IP Video Compatibility Zone provides customers with the information they need to
design dependable surveillance systems using best-of-breed CCTV products that integrate seamlessly. Continue reading...

SANYO to offer HD camera technology training courses

SANYO has announced that it will be offering training courses to educate end-users, specifiers and consultants, installers, system integrators and distributors on how to design, install and commission a CCTV system based around Full HD camera technology.

“Since the beginning of 2010 we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of people who wish to learn more about our Full HD camera range,” said David Hammond, European Sales Manager for SANYO’s CCTV division. “It is clear that there is a hunger for information on how to capitalise on the substantial benefits offered by Full HD camera technology. We have therefore decided to invest in the development of four separate modular training courses, all of which will be certificated and tailored to cater for the specific requirements of different types of stakeholders, i.e. end-users, consultants, installers/system integrators and distributors.” Continue reading...

Samsung introduce new competitively priced Thermal Imaging cameras

Samsung has added two new thermal imaging cameras to its professional security products portfolio.

The SCB-9050, which has a detection range of 360 metres and the SCB-9051 which has a detection range of 1,260 metres, deliver enhanced detection capability to a host of security, industrial and safety applications such as perimeter protection, checking for hot-spots and monitoring levels of liquids in containers. As thermal imaging cameras are sensitive to heat sources they are able to detect objects and people in environmental conditions that would be impossible with traditional video cameras such as through smoke, snow, heavy rain and fog. This also makes them extremely effective at achieving their detection ranges both during the day and at night without the requirement of white or IR lighting. Continue reading...




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