Professional Security Canada bridges the Canadian channel and enterprise markets. Published four times annually, it is for security system dealers, installers and integrators, as well as commercial end users of security products and services, who are located throughout Canada. It covers issues of concern to the industry, technologies, news, and opinion. We hope you find it informative and useful. For more information, please contact Laura Stepanek, SDM Editor, at 847-405-4027, email@example.com.
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Since the United States Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission required companies to conduct adequate due diligence on third parties in order to meet their compliance obligations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other similar legislation, there has been an explosion of due diligence providers entering the market.
Provincial Aerospace Ltd. (PAL Aerospace) of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, acquired CarteNav Solutions Inc., a Nova Scotia-based software developer that provides situational awareness and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance solutions for maritime, land and air environments.
Numerous media outlets have reported that the Canada Border Services Agency plans to test facial recognition technology, comparing images of people arriving into the country with images of suspects on watchlists, though, according to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the agency has yet to conduct any trials involving actual travelers.
The video surveillance market is evolving with changing technology and greater integration. Integrators such as Sonitrol of Evansville's Chris Dingman are finding these opportunities as the market continues its upward trend. Read more about SDM February Issue.