The inaugural Tech Security Summit met at the Sheraton Grand Nashville last week. Combining DICE Corporation’s annual DICE User Group Conference with a series of educational sessions and panel discussions, the April 29-May 2 event provided a platform for leaders in security and alarm monitoring to meet and examine new technology and revenue growth opportunities in an evolving industry.
Athena Security and Al-Ameri International Trading announced today the Keep Mosques Safe initiative (KMS). As part of the partnership, Al-Ameri International Trading, along with recognized Islamic charities and foundations, will finance the installation of Athena’s AI-powered active shooter detection platform in mosques all over the world.
At a meeting held May 1, the Chicago Police Department hosted an orientation and training meeting for District 19 CAPS officers who will be utilizing an innovative network of cloud-based cameras installed throughout Roscoe Village as part of the Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy initiative.
Livingstone Partners, an investment banking firm, announced it has advised Hillard Heintze, a provider of strategic security risk management and investigation services, on its sale to Jensen Hughes, a portfolio company of Gryphon Investors. Livingstone acted as exclusive financial advisor to Hillard Heintze.
With the help of Vector Security Inc., the provider of security and automation solutions for homes and businesses across North America, Bradley County, Tenn. became the 50th public safety answering point (PSAP) in the nation to go live with Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP).
Memoreyes, an outdoor video surveillance system developer, is looking for qualified integrators to participate in its national dealer program. The company will provide integrators with training that centers on its patent pending, Megapixel/HD–quality, pan-tilt-zoom camera system with machine learning.
As the cover asserts, this year may be a tipping point for access control sales — with big data, cloud, cyber and more causing customers to rethink and retool their access control and identity management systems.
Also in June, the latest developments in Central Station Software, the "Most Popular Brands Among the SDM 100", and much more.