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TAC lands $3.9m Xanadu contract in NJ

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2007

DALLAS--TAC announced in late Sept. it has won a $3.

New player from overseas

Olive Group lands "tens of millions" from Monitor Clipper Partners
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11/01/2007

WASHINGTON--Olive Group, a security firm that provides protection services, risk assessments and integrated security systems, announced this week the close of an equity financing round, with Monitor Clipper Partners as lead investor. Details of the investment were not disclosed, but Mary Jo Lampe, vice president of strategic marketing and communications for Olive's U.

IR names new CFO

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2007

HAMILTON, Bermuda--Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited announced in early October the hire of James Gelly as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He is also an officer of the company and will serve as a member of Ingersoll Rand's Enterprise Leadership Team.

JC goes green (and blue)

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11/01/2007

MILWAUKEE--At the ASIS International conference in Las Vegas, this editor and a number of other attendees stopped and did a double take at the Johnson Controls booth: What's up with the light green shirts? Turns out it was a sneak peek of Johnson Controls' new branding effort, more than two years in the making and officially launched Oct. 1.

Unisys' hand-scan plan

Integrator teams with SimplexGrinnell, Identica and others for Port of Halifax biometric solution
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10/01/2007

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia--Unisys Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of Unisys and an integrator of security solutions, announced in August a contract with the Port of Halifax here to create and manage a biometric credentialing and access control database system. Notably, Unisys has chosen Identica's vascular scan technology to verify the identities of some 4,000 port workers.

CompuDyne to go private in $60m deal

Thirteen-year CEO Roenigk to step down, Stuart Mackiernan to take over
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10/01/2007

ANNAPOLIS, Md.--CompuDyne Corporation, a manufacturer of security products and a systems integrator working primarily in the corrections market, has agreed to be acquired by an investor group for $7 per share in cash, a 32 percent premium on the stock's price as of Aug.

Rolling on the river

Adesta to install $1m outdoor surveillance system with Jefferson County, Texas
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10/01/2007

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Texas--Adesta, a systems integrator specializing in critical infrastructure installations, has won a $958,000 contract with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department to install an IP/wireless video surveillance system along the banks of the Sabine and Neches rivers here. Cameras will be installed at remote locations along a large stretch between Beaumont and Port Arthur, with video streaming back to both the United States Coast Guard Vessel Tracking Station and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department.

Continental base

Mainland Europe propels Securitas Systems' 1H performance
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10/01/2007

STOCKHOLM--Sales and net income at security systems and services provider Securitas Systems increased in the first six months of this year, with the growth fueled by operations in mainland Europe, the company's CEO, Juan Vallejo, said at a press conference in August marking the release of the company's 1H results.
Group sales for 1H 2007 were up by 15 percent on the year, to roughly $500 million (all figures have been converted from the Swedish Kronor to the U.

What other people make

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2007

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--On Sept. 15, the National Systems Contractors Association, representing 2,500 members of the commercial electronic systems industry, released its biannual compensation and benefits report, which can be accessed by corporate members.

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