WASHINGTON--The most significant result of the election of the 110th Congress has been the emergence of Ed Markey (D-Mass.) as the chair of the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet, according to John Murphy, current president of the CSAA and president of Vector Security in New Jersey.
FRISCO, Texas--The International Police Association struck another blow in the war on false alarms last month when it passed a resolution calling for jurisdictions to make the SIA CP-01 standard compulsory for all alarm control panels. The resolution also calls for all manufacturers to comply with the standard in future production of alarm panels.
EDMONTON, Alberta--Voxcom became the latest company to offer remote video monitoring with its announcement, Nov. 13, that is has signed a licensing agreement with Infinity Systems of Australia to provide its mobile video and remote monitoring services in Canada.
NASHVILLE--ADS Security moved its Nashville headquarters to an 18,000-square-foot building in order to accommodate the growth the company has experienced over the past decade, and in anticipation of future expansion.
Said Mel Mahler, president and chief executive officer of ADS, "We moved nine years ago, a mile and a half from here.
NASHVILLE--ADS has relocated its Nashville headquarters to an 18,000 -square-foot building at 3001 Armory Drive in a move that anticipates continued growth. The new leased corporate office space is 80 percent larger than the company's former location.