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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2004

Acquisition enhances Zebra’s imaging expertise
VERNON HILLS, Ill. - Zebra Technologies has acquired Atlantek Inc.

Honeywell adds another notch

Silent Witness is the latest to join, rounds out its CCTV offering
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01/01/2004

Although sales of analog components are predicted to continue for several more years, most in the industry believe the conversion to digital security systems will continue at a fairly rapid pace.

“Market analysts still predict sales of analog recorders beyond 2007,” pointed out Bill Durno, product manager-digital storage for Silent Witness.

Stanley angles for Blick Plc

SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2004

NEW BRITIAN, Conn. - Tool maker Stanley Works in mid-December proposed buying Britian’s Blick Plc for $165 million in a deal that would give Stanley Works a presence in Europe.

For Edwards, investment speaks volumes

SPX Corp. plans $15 million facility for Edwards, with security, fire considered core
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12/01/2003

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. - Edwards Systems Technology’s parent company SPX Corp.

Standards-setting efforts backed by most in the industry

Collectively, people agree that standards will improve the industry’s image and make it more competitive in today’s tough
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12/01/2003

Standards developers are in agreement on one thing - the overriding need for standards to improve the industry’s image and longevity. And many to whom the standards would be applied see a benefit as well.

Security software, servers find a match

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

Lenel and NEC Solutions ink systems partnership
ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Call it a separation of church and state

IFS stands on its own, despite its ties with GE Interlogix
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12/01/2003

NEWTOWN, Conn. - Despite being bought by GE Interlogix earlier this year, International Fiber Systems continues to retain its independence in the security market.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2003

Panasonic struts its stuff

SECAUCUS, N.J.

FLIR Systems can see clearly now

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12/01/2003

PORTLAND, Ore. - A thermal imaging company and a provider of infrared cameras are coming together in a deal that will help bring infrared and other camera technologies to the mainstream.

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