CORTE MADERA, Calif.--Smart-tek Communications, a systems integrator based in Vancouver, British Columbia, found itself under new ownership this spring when it was purchased by Royce Biomedical, a technology company with a medical background looking to build a business in security.
ATLANTA--Tech Systems increased its geographic reach in June with the purchase of California-based systems integration firm Proprietary Access Control Enterprise.
Tech Systems moves into California and the Southwest for the first time as a result of the deal.
NORTH CANTON, Ohio--Looking to sharpen its approach within the security market, systems integrator Diebold sold its campus card and housing management systems division to the Cbord Group for approximately $38 million.
Diebold's decision to shed the division is a move to help the company concentrate on international expansion and other segments of the security industry, including financial, government, retail and commercial markets.
SAN DIEGO--Wireless Facilities won a contract to provide 3-D imaging software to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, one of the largest cargo airports in the world.
The company's product, Tactical Survey, is a computer-based application that provides 360-degree images of any facility, including hallways and storage areas.
MANASSAS, Va.--Vector Security is placing additional attention on its national accounts division, growing this segment of its business by setting up fully staffed offices in certain areas of the country.
NEW YORK--Systems integrator Nortronics signed a contract late last month to upgrade the access control and security system at Southbridge Towers, a housing complex in Manhattan's South Street Seaport district.
Nortronics will replace the buildings' intercom system with a telephone access system that will enable residents to admit a visitor to their building with a few keystrokes on a telephone keypad.