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September 2021 Industry News


Singapore’s Changi Airport Group selected Genetec, Inc., as a security solutions partner for the airport’s three-year security expansion and upgrade project. With the system, the airport—which is one of the largest transportation hubs in Asia—plans to improve the overall experience for passengers, employees, and business operations. The project is expected to reach completion by the end of 2023, and it will integrate the civilian airport with Genetec Security Center, a unified security platform which combines IP security systems into a single interface, with a specific focus on terminals’ video surveillance system. Security Center will allow airport security managers to accommodate for new data types within a single interface, underpinning the facility’s security operations.


Teledyne Technologies & FLIR Systems
The approximately $8.2 billion acquisition will rebrand the company as Teledyne FLIR, expanding Teledyne’s portfolio with digital and thermal imaging solutions. 

Deloitte & Touche LLP & CloudQuest, Inc
Deloitte’s purchase will complement its cloud security orchestration, automation, and response services.

Elbit Systems Ltd. & BAE Systems Rokar International Ltd.
The acquisition of Rokar will enhance Elbit’s ability to support high-end GPS receivers and guidance systems.

SFP Holding, Inc. & Reliable Fire Protection
Reliable Fire Protection and nine other companies will expand SFP Holding’s presence into 18 U.S. states.


Eventus Systems, Inc., won the Trade Surveillance Product of the Year award in the 2021 Risk Technology Awards. This is the second time the company’s Validus platform has received this recognition.


Raft, LLC, was awarded a $36 million contract to provide the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s AFLCMC Detachment 12, “Kessel Run,” with DevSecOps expertise, specialized infrastructure, and other services.


3xLOGIC, Inc., introduced its Gunshot Detection solution, which can be used as a self-contained device or integrated into existing systems to detect the concussive force produced by gunshots.


Everbridge and Wiznucleus partnered to increase their digital and physical security offerings to some of the largest nuclear, electric, and other energy supply companies.

People Counting
SAFR from RealNetworks, Inc., partnered with Dains to launch a solution that increases the accuracy of people counting to prevent duplicates of customers and employees.

PSA added NETGEAR to its network, offering clients highly flexible and scalable network switches, as well as routers, extenders, wireless airbridges, and Wi-Fi range extenders.