Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
Monday, December 1, 2003

Panasonic struts its stuff

SECAUCUS, N.J. - Panasonic Security Systems has opened a demonstration facility at its headquarters here.

The new facility showcases Panasonic’s integration capabilities, including its new CCTV, cellular, point of sale and medical systems products.

The facility will be used for on-going professional educational programs and conferences. A lab will be used to test new and emerging technologies in a working environment.
Alpha Security Products relocates HQ

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Manufacturer Alpha Security Products moved its corporate headquarters from Canton, Ohio to a 6,100-square-foot facility here earlier this fall.

The relocation affected about 12 employees, which include executive staff, product development and marketing and sales personnel.

The company will continue to run its 150-person manufacturing, packaging and distributions operations from its Canton location.
Integrated Engineering opens U.S. office

CARMEL VALLEY, Calif. - Amsterdam-based Integrated Engineering, a developer of products that provide contactless smart card solutions has opened an office here that will serve as the company’s US sales office.

The location will be led by Steve Rogers, the company’s new vice president of sales, who is responsible for advising existing clients, identifying new clients and optimizing the company’s market utilization. The company is active in the physical and logical security markets as well as public transit and retail.