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OzVision’s video business takes off

For the first time, the company seeks financing to support further growth in the U.S.
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10/01/2004

WOBURN, Mass. - For the first time, remote video developer OzVision Global is turning to the finance community to provide additional resources to help bring its product to market.

Identix cashes in on order

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2004

MINNETONKA, Minn. - Identix Inc.

Viisage intros 7.2-million shares of stock

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09/01/2004

BILLERICA, Mass. - Identity verification company Viisage is in talks with potential investors about a proposed sale of 7.

Emergence of IP a boon for IndigoVision

IndigoVision invests in operations as IP-based solutions take off
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09/01/2004

SOUTH PLAINVIEW, N.J.

Distributor eyes more locations in 2005

Eastern Dist. begins its expansion with location close to home
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09/01/2004

ELMSFORD, N.Y.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2004

Datakey and Indala team up for single solution

MINNEAPOLIS - Datakey and Indala Corp. have formed an alliance to combine user access technologies onto one smart card.

AuthenTec gets large investment

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09/01/2004

MELBOURNE, Fla. - A $15-million round of funding for AuthenTec, a manufacturer of silicon-based sensors used in fingerprint biometrics, is expected to help the company accelerate product development and deployment.

Analytical, streaming video firms partner for solution

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09/01/2004

WASHINGTON - After a year of development, technology firms VistaScape Security Systems and Broadware Technologies announced in late July their systems are now compatible to offer a turnkey video surveillance solution for advanced applications.

The companies have come together to marry VistaScape’s analytical video surveillance system with video streaming, storage and distribution capabilities from Broadware Technologies.

ABC taps a new CEO

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2004

One question remains: How long will he last?
SAN ANTONIO - A month after its chief executive officer resigned, American Building Control has found a replacement and the company did not have to look far.

In early August, the company tapped James Collier Sparks to head the company.

InVision, GE deal hits a roadblock

SSN Staff  - 
09/01/2004

NEWARK, Calif. - General Electric’s plans to buy explosive detection company InVision Technologies could be in jeopardy of closing soon with the announcement that regulators may launch a probe into improper payments at InVision.

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