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RFID testing goes outside U.S. MHz range

Odin gets two-year experimental FCC license affecting RFID's security applications
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01/01/2006

DULLES, Va.--Odin Technologies, a forerunner in RFID technology consulting and testing, announced a new ability to test RFID equipment in late November that will allow U.

Gilbeau to bring NBFAA insight to international code council

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12/01/2005

IRVING, Texas--Saying they're happy to have a seat at the table, the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association announced that its president, Merlin Gilbeau, will join the International Code Council advisory board.
"Not only will we have a better idea what's going on with the ICC, so we can stay on top of it and convey that information to our membership, we can also bring issues that the ICC hasn't thought of to their attention," said Georgia Calaway, NBFAA communications director.

False alarm ordinance watch

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

ANKENY, Iowa
Fire Chief David Burns told the City Council that November, 2004's false fire alarm ordinance isn't doing
the job, reported The Des Moines Register.
False alarms have increased 30 percent this year, he said.

Ridge to keynote ISC West

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2005

NORWALK, Conn.--Tom Ridge, the first Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and former two-time governor of Pennsylvania, will be the keynote speaker at ISC West 2006.

MVP raises funds to assist risk management firms

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12/01/2005

MCLEAN, Va.--Monumental Venture Partners will raise $75 million for early stage IT companies, such as enterprise risk management software firms throughout the Washington, D.

Leaders fund program

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

MARINA DEL REY, Calif.--The National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association and the Western Burglar & Fire Alarm Association Unilateral Apprenticeship and Training Committee developed a four-year distance learning apprenticeship program for fire/life safety and low-voltage technicians in California thanks to a $150,000 donation by four industry leaders.

Prevailing wage battle brews in Calif. for security companies

Local alarm officials work to return the state's prevailing wage on burglar and fire installations to its prior rate
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11/01/2005

SACRAMENTO, Calif.--Security industry officials are trying to turn back the clock on an increase to the state's prevailing wage requirement for publicly funded security projects, a change that has nearly doubled the hourly rate paid to technicians for some alarm companies.

False alarm ordinance watch

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

ALTON, N.H.

ADS technician makes unexpected installation stop, saves life

The Right Response
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2005

SAVANNAH--Floyd Johnson was at the right place at the right time and saved the life of one of his customers.
In August, Johnson, a technician with ADS Security, finished an installation early and decided he had enough time to install a keypad at another customer's house in the neighborhood.

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