March 2021 Industry News
Army and Navy Academy, a college preparatory military boarding school in Carlsbad, California, installed Hanwha security cameras as part of an upgrade to its video surveillance. The school—with more than 140 faculty and staff and more than 300 students—incorporated the upgrades as part of a larger facility renovation.
The academy’s operations, safety, and security department replaced an outdated analog camera system. The new digital cameras are equipped with analytics and integrated with Wisenet WAVE. The customizable IP-based video management system includes line crossing and other analytics along the campus perimeter and low-traffic areas. These features alert security operations center staff to movement, while the cameras help operators determine if a security team or the local police need to be called.
MERGERS & MOVES
Honeywell // Sine Group
The acquisition allows Honeywell to offer visitor management, workplace, and supply chain solutions accessible with mobile devices.
ARES Security Corporation // Vidsys, Inc.
The partial acquisition offers physical security information management software to ARES clients.
Convergint Technologies // Innovative Medical Systems
The acquisition expands Convergint’s presence in the U.S. healthcare market and allows IMS to access Convergint’s global network.
Secure-IC // Secure-IC Inc.
Cybersecurity firm Secure-IC launched its first U.S. subsidiary, expanding its operations, technologies, services, and support.
The SALTO Systems MyLock Online Configurator won a silver award in the “Best Configurator” category from the Architects’ Darling Awards 2020, hosted by Heinze GmbH.
CAF’s trains for the Docklands Light Railway in London, England, contracted Teleste for its onboard systems, which will cover passenger information, public addresses, CCTV systems, and more.
The Identification Technology Association’s leading members will become members of the Security Industry Association (SIA), guiding a new SIA Identity and Biometric Technology Advisory Board.
Travis Air Force Base and Easy Aerial partnered to develop and deploy the first automated drone-based monitoring and perimeter security system for a U.S. Air Force installation.
Johnson Controls integrated Microsoft’s Azure Digital Twins with its OpenBlue Digital platform, helping users digitally manage areas for efficiency, security, and building management.
With SAFR from RealNetworks, Inc., Setelsa Security is providing clients in Latin America and Europe with face-based biometrics for access control and services like mask detection.