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VistaScape establishes virtual borders for major U.S. ports

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2004

ATLANTA - VistaScape Security Systems, a provider of surveillance solutions, has been awarded a contract to implement its automated wide-area surveillance platform at the Port of Long Beach in California and the Port of Orange in Texas.

VistaScape’s platform will link video and sensors in the ports’ area to central command centers.

Personnel, new facility key to RF Logics

The company establishes a presence in the U.S. to show it’s in for the long run
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08/01/2004

TORRANCE, Calif. - RF Logics is ramping up its business in the U.

The O’Gara Group receives funds

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08/01/2004

CINCINNATI, Ohio - The O’Gara Group, a company created to pursue acquisitions in the security and defense market, has received financial backing from investment firm The Walnut Group.

Company officials at The O’Gara Group characterized the financing amount as significant, but declined to release the exact amount.

Bosch Security buys German IP firm

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2004

FAIRPORT, N.Y.

Schneider clinches Andover deal

The French firm expects high growth from BA, security biz
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08/01/2004

ANDOVER, Mass. - As expected, Schneider Electric closed on its acquisition of building automation company Andover Controls, Security International and Integral Technologies in mid July, providing the French company with a reach in both the building automation and security markets.

New owners take over ATV

The company is renamed Video Advancement Inc.
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08/01/2004

DALLAS - Once financially troubled Advanced Technology Video has come under new ownership in a little publicized transaction that transfers assets to a new company based here.

ATV, which sells digital video recorders, cameras and multiplexers, is now known as Video Advancement Inc.

March Networks wins transit upgrade

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2004

OTTAWA, Ontario - March Networks’ digital video recorder systems have been chosen as part of a security system upgrade at Singapore Mass Rapid Transit.

The Linux-based DVRs will be used in SMRT stations to add video recording, search and retrieval capabilities to existing and new CCTV cameras monitoring platform and station activities.

GE, InVision work to settle pending lawsuit about deal

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07/01/2004

NEWARK, Calif. - General Electric’s plans to buy explosive detection company InVision Technologies, makers of baggage screening devices used in airports across the country, moved a step closer to completion in mid-June when the two companies signed an agreement to settle a pair of lawsuits filed about the acquisition.

Cable viewed as key by Honeywell

Honeywell already had a stake in Genesis Cable, but this deal gives it full ownership
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07/01/2004

SYOSSET, N.Y.

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