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GE, InVision cling to acquisition plans

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2004

NEWARK, Calif. - General Electric and InVision Technologies said they remain committed to trying to make an acquisition of InVision Technologies work, despite an ongoing investigation by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission that has delayed the deal from closing.

Edwards systems moves to new digs

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12/01/2004

SARASOTA, Fla. - Edwards Systems Technology moved into a custom-built facility in mid-November that is expected to give the manufacturer of fire products an edge when it  comes to bringing new products to market.

How suite it is for Viisage

New product, acquisition part of focus
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11/01/2004

BILLERICA, Mass.- In an effort to build its business beyond the biometric market, Viisage launched a suite of identity solution products in August and then turned around in September to buy the manufacturer of the technology that is embedded in its new offering.

Potter Electric gains lines from Amseco buy

The company buys the assets of Amseco, gets fire and security product lines
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11/01/2004

ST. LOUIS- For the first time in more than a decade, Potter Electric Signal Co.

ABC’s latest move: adding the MDI name

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11/01/2004

SAN ANTONIO, Texas- American Building Controls has gone through another transformation and this time the change is with the company name.

In September, officials announced that the company adopted MDI Inc.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2004

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.

IR scoops up Recognition Source

Deal gives IR access to up and coming wireless products
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11/01/2004

ST CHARLES, Ill.- After operating as a standalone business for more than three years, Recognition Source has teamed up with IR Security & Safety to take its unique wireless access control product to the next level.

Building automation firms combine efforts, new name next

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11/01/2004

CARROLLTON, Texas- Now that TAC and Andover Controls are owned by the same parent company, the one-time competitors in the building control market are working diligently to unite on several fronts.

Already parent company Schneider Electric has shifted the marketing, research and development for the combined companies to Andover Controls’ facility in Andover, Mass.

Siemens seeks to buy supplier of video products

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2004

MUNICH, Germany- Corporate giant Siemens AG announced its plans to buy a supplier of security products, a move that will bolster the company’s security-related business.

According to published reports, the deal is for Photo-Scan Plc.

Smartvue sets sights on smart surveillance

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11/01/2004

NASHVILLE- A new company is entering the surveillance market, but the business is not a complete newcomer to the security industry.

The company is Smartvue Corp.

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