MISSISSAUGA, Ontario--Burtek, a supplier of access control, alarm, fire and CCTV systems, will relocate its office here to a larger facility this month. The new office at 6510 Kennedy Road, is in the same area as the previous office.
OAKLAND, Calif.--Edge Integration Systems is gearing up to compete in the access control market this year, as the company prepares to begin the first beta tests of its product with systems integrators later this month.
MILWAUKEE--Johnson Controls made a move to increase its position within the heating, ventilation and air conditioning services market and deepen its integrated building systems platform this summer through the planned acquisition of York International Corp., a York, Pa.
CORRECTION: We regret this story from our October 2005 issue contained inaccuracies. Thomas & Betts is not realigning its corporate structure or reconfiguring its sales force or customer service support team.
FORT MYERS, Fla.--DynaPel Systems, a provider of intelligent video surveillance software and hardware applications, secured a contract with LNR Security, a sales representative firm that markets to Latin American countries.
BETHESDA, Md.--The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority awarded a contract worth $212 million to Lockheed Martin to oversee the installation of 1,000 cameras and 3,000 sensors throughout the agency's properties.
CHELMSFORD, Mass.--Network video manufacturer Axis announced in August that its partnership with systems integrator Convergint Technologies has led to installation projects in education, healthcare and telecommunications facilities.
Some companies this year have discussed the benefit of moving from operating their own central stations to partnering with a third party monitoring center, including RFI Communications, Red Hawk Fire & Security and Comtronics. Will more companies switch to using wholesale centrals?