Carter Brothers LLC, Atlanta, Ga., a provider of fire and life safety, access control and video surveillance systems recently announced a partnership with S2 Security Corp. of Framingham, Mass., a provider of a unique line of open architecture, scalable, IP network-ready products for the physical security industry.
Next Level Security Systems, Carlsbad, Calif., announced that its full product line is now available to members of PSA Security Network, an electronic cooperative representing security system integrators.
The ultimate personalized luxury accessory knows its owner and not even an 'Open Sesame' will release the treasures within. This $825 wallet from Dunhill London is made of a 'virtually indestructible' carbon fiber and features a biometric fingerprint sensor. It will only open at a swipe of the correct finger.
The Security Industry Association (SIA) announced 11 course dates across the United States and Canada for its Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) program, described by the association as the only project manager training program that focuses on the unique demands of electronic security projects.
The last half-decade has seen dizzying changes in all things “communications.” Social media took the whole world by storm, mobile phones have redefined the word “connected,” and one of the most relevant news sources broadcasts worldwide at a rate of 140 characters or less. The way we receive information is different and the advantages are clear, especially in the business sector. In the security industry, this means an enhanced trade show experience through virtual platforms.
Mission 500, a strictly non-profit organization partnering with World Vision and dedicated to serving the needs of children and communities in crisis, responded to Haiti’s needs by raising another $24,250 for ongoing relief efforts.
From June 6 to 10, in Charlotte, N.C., security industry integration and monitoring companies will gather for education, networking and an expo floor, featuring the industry’s newest products and services. The Electronic Security Expo (ESX) plans to launch its fourth and largest show, with a bit of NASCAR flare. It is with this spirit that it announced the 2011 keynote speaker, Joe Gibbs.
Efforts to find a champion for a licensing initiative that would require all central stations offering monitoring services in the state of New York to become licensed have come to a temporary halt as the New York Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NYBFAA) seeks further comment from its members and other organizations.