MILWAUKEE - Looking to capture a piece of the access control market, SecurityInc was founded in December and quickly made its first acquisition, buying Integral TechnologiesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Insignia product line in January.
Jim Vinson, co-founder and president at SecurityInc, said the company paid less than $1 million for the product that will serve as the foundation of the company.
MOLINE, Ill. - Recognizing that the market is moving further towards the implementation of fully integrated solutions, Harrington Signals is centering its focus more to that side of the fire product market just as it is experiencing steady growth into 2005.
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Working to rebuild its office here after Hurricane Jean caused $20,000 in damage and ruined $70,000 in inventory, CCTV Outlet moved its operations back into its renovated building in early March.
TORRANCE, Calif. - At of the beginning of this year, Optex, a provider of infrared technology, control systems and CCTV products, split its North American security operations from its other California-based divisions - a move that allows it to focus on core competencies - and in May will move into a new and separate location.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. - Zeros & Ones and Cyclops Technologies have entered into a global product and marketing partnership, targeting the homeland security market with emerging security applications that include digital perimeter marketing and digital signage.