PROVO, Utah—Todd Pedersen, co-founder and CEO of Vivint, has been named the 2013 entrepreneur of the year by MountainWest Capital Network, according to an article from The Digital Universe, a campus newspaper at Brigham Young University.
WEST JORDAN, Utah—A warehouse based here was spared significant fire damage thanks to a sprinkler system, which activated to help contain the blaze before firefighters arrived, according to an article from the Salt Lake Tribune.
RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo, a provider of intelligent video software, has signed a global, portfolio-wide patent license agreement with Aimetis, a video management systems provider based in Waterloo, Ontario according to a company statement.
PEARL RIVER, N.Y.—OnSSI, a developer of video management systems based here, is introducing a new Premier Partner Program that establishes a new model of collaboration with its reseller network, according to a company statement.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.—Nassau County fire officials claim that a property owner of Hempstead Village apartments, where a deadly fire claimed two lives last week, was slow in putting in a new automatic fire alarm system, according to an article from FireEngineering.com.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Electronic Security Expo, set to take place here June 19-20, will produce new media and event opportunities to help connect makers and distributors of security robots and robotics platforms with physical security companies, according to an ESX statem
VIENNA, Va.—VidSys, a provider of PSIM software, today announced that the city of Houston deployed its software to manage potential security threats during the NBA All-Star festivities held Feb. 14-17, according to a company statement.
LAS VEGAS—The Women's Security Council, a network of security professionals focused on promoting the advancement of women in the industry, will again recognize top female professionals in the physical security industry at the 2013 WSC Women of the Year awards, according