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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.

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.

Identix cashes in on order

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2004

MINNETONKA, Minn. - Identix Inc.

Home automation company closes on $15M financing

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10/01/2004

DRAPER, Utah - A syndicate of venture capital firms, including two existing investors, have demonstrated their certainty in the home auto-mation market through a $15-million investment in start-up company Control4.

Frazier Technology Ventures, a new investor in the company, led the funding round, followed by existing investors Thomas Weisel Venture Partners and vSpring Capital.

Statue of Liberty opens with enhanced security

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2004

NEW YORK - General Electric was among several companies whose products are helping to protect the Statue of Liberty, which reopened in early August after a $7-million overhaul of the 118-year-old structure that included enhanced security.

Although the statue had been closed since the Sept.

It’s a golden anniversary for ASIS’ Annual Seminar and Exhibits

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2004

More than 17,000 security industry professionals are expected to attend this year’s ASIS International 2004 50th Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Dallas.
This year’s show, which focuses on the homeland security market and opens Monday, Sept.

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Studies show a correlation between having women in the boardroom and profitability. And yet, there remains a dearth of women in the security industry. Some organizations, including SIA and the Women's Security Council, are actively working to expand the number of professional women in the security industry. What is your company doing? Why do you think there are so few women in the industry?

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