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VideoIQ gets $7.5m and new CEO

Ed Bednarcik joins VideoIQ
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09/14/2011

BEDFORD, Mass.—VideoIQ’s new CEO, Ed Bednarcik, who is known for readying companies for IPOs, outlined steps he’ll take to take VideoIQ “to the next level,” during a Sept. 12 interview with Security Systems News.

Back from bankruptcy, Steelbox releases new VMS

CEO says new product line strengthens company
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09/12/2011

ALPHARETTA, Ga.—After flying under the radar for a few years following its bankruptcy and subsequent acquisition, Steelbox has re-emerged with a new and expanded catalog of products.

EGD secures $42.5m

Its system is solar-powered, electrified, and sold on a subscription basis
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09/08/2011

COLUMBIA, S.C.—Electric Guard Dog, based here, a manufacturer and installer of a solar-powered perimeter security system that is electrified and monitored by a central station, announced this week that it secured a new $42.5 million credit facility with CapitalSource.

DTT gets $20m, eyes convenience store space

Turnkey surveillance solution provider has low attrition, high growth
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09/06/2011

LOS ANGELES—With a $5 million increase in its credit facility, DTT Surveillance intends to enter new retail verticals, Sam Naficy, DTT president and CEO, told

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Raefield leaves Mace; Smith is new CEO

Richard Barone talks about what change signifies
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08/23/2011

HORSHAM, Pa.—The change in leadership at Mace Security International does not signify a change in plans for the company, but rather, a change in the character of the company, Richard Barone, chairman of the Mace Board of Directors and chairman of the executive committee for the Ancora Group, told Security Systems News.

BriefCam will be on-demand

Video synopsis company announces new model and Pivot3 partnership
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08/18/2011

NEVE ILAN, Israel—BriefCam will introduce a new on-demand model of its Video Synopsis software at next month’s ASIS conference, said company CEO Dror Irani.
The Israel-based company, which last week announced a partnership with Pivot3, believes the ability for end users to create on-demand video synopses will offer easier access to “business intelligence” and reduce the amount of hardware needed compared to a traditional video surveillance and analytics model, according to Irani.

Mace raises $8.3m

Acquiring more centrals, product development on the books
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08/11/2011

HORSHAM, Pa.—With most of its legacy issues settled, Mace recently raised $8.3 million through a rights offering to existing shareholders, and now has money in the bank to execute its growth strategy.

Taking access control mobile

HID says its new platform will usher in a new era of digital keys and portable identity credentials
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08/11/2011

IRVINE, Calif.—HID Global executives are excited to talk about the official launch of its new mobile access control platform—called iCLASS SE. It’s a platform, previewed at ISC West this year, that HID predicts will “usher in a new era of digital keys and new portable identity credentials.”

Cernium launches CheckVideo dealer program

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07/28/2011

RESTON, Va.—Cernium this week launched a formalized dealer program for CheckVideo solution, its intelligent video alarm verification solution.

AMAG has new DC area office

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07/22/2011

ARLINGTON, Va.—AMAG’s new office here will be a focal point for the Eastern region of the country and will be more convenient than the former office in Lorton, Va., said Matt Barnette, SVP sales and marketing.

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