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FLIR Systems acquires Innovative Security Design

June 16, 2016SSN Staff

WILSONVILLE, Ore.—FLIR Systems on June 3 acquired video surveillance provider Innovative Security Designs from Digital Watchdog.FLIR said the deal “adds technology and expertise to develop mid to high-end visible cameras.”Terms of the deal were not announced. Digital Watchdog had purchased ISD in 2014.Known in the security world for its thermal cameras, FLIR is a $4 billion enterprise that makes visible-light imaging systems, locater systems, measurement and diagnostic systems and...

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FLIR buys DVTEL for $92m

December 7, 2015Martha Entwistle

WILSONVILLE, Ore.—In a deal that builds out its commercial security capabilities and adds software expertise, FLIR Systems, based here, on Nov. 30 bought video surveillance provider DVTEL for $92 million cash.Known in the security world for its thermal cameras and its 2012 purchase of Lorex, FLIR is a $4 billion enterprise that makes visible-light imaging systems, locater systems, measurement and diagnostic systems and threat-detection solutions.“This deal expands FLIR's presence in commercial,...

cloud-based security systems, DVTel, FLIR Systems, video surveillance, VMS


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DVTEL's all about 4K at ASIS

September 10, 2014Martha Entwistle

RIDGEFIELD, N.J. —Video surveillance provider DVTEL has always had its own cameras, but the debut of its Quasar 4K Ultra HD camera at ASIS this month will mark the first time the company is introducing a “leading camera,” DVTEL CEO Yoav Stern told Security Systems News.The company is also pre-releasing an upgrade to its three VMS products at ASIS. The VMS releases and the new 4K camera are part of DVTEL's “4k Certified Solutions Suite,” an end-to-end solution that will...

ASIS, Chaim Shain, DVTel, Ed Thompson, physical security, Quasar, SSN, VMS


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DVTEL releases thermal camera

February 3, 2014SSN Staff

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—IP video surveillance solutions provider DVTEL has released its ioimage Thermal line of intelligent thermal cameras, the first offered by the company, according to a Feb. 3 news release. Relying on an infrared detector, the camera and associated video analytics software are designed for low- and no-light environments and offer advanced analytics customers can use to reduce false alarms, according to the statement. “The ioimage Thermal camera line introduces a new...

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Bill Gately named CEO of ISCON

September 23, 2013SSN Staff

WOBURN, Mass.—Bill Gately has been appointed CEO of ISCON Imaging, a manufacturer of infrared security scanners, the company announced Sept. 18. “Bill is a proven executive leader with extensive experience in the fields of electronics, semiconductors, homeland defense and security,” said Yoav Stern, president and CEO of DVTEL, parent company of ISCON, in a prepared statement. “I am excited to have Bill join ISCON as he has the vision, depth and business acumen to lead the...

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DVTEL to launch IP Institute

June 5, 2013Martha Entwistle

RIDGEFIELD, N.J.—Video surveillance provider DVTEL is launching IP Institute, where the company will offer online and classroom instruction on IP-based security for its integration partners.An offshoot of DVTEL's Technical Center of Excellence, the IP Institute “is not about 'come hear about our products,'” Yoav Stern, DVTEL CEO, told Security Systems News. Rather, theinstitute will offer practical technical and business education for integrators about IP-based security systems...

DVTel, IP Institute, physical security, security integrators, SSN, Zvi Peled


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Hospital deploys DVTEL's IP video system

March 5, 2013SSN Staff

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics, based here, has deployed DVTEL's IP video surveillance system throughout its facility, according to a company statement. The system leverages high-definition Quasar cameras and Latitude VMS to secure high-risk areas. The hospital employs more than 100 security officers, and has a 415-camera video surveillance system. “We wanted to transition to IP,” Dan Arnett, assistant director of security and transportation, said in the...

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DVTel to bundle offerings for middle market

November 7, 2012Martha Entwistle

RIDGEFIELD, N.J.—To help propel DVTEL's move “beyond startup mode,” the privately held maker of security management software, known for its iSOC product line, has hired Ed Wassall as its new VP of global marketing.Wassall, most recently with Samsung Techwin and previously with Anixter, predicted that DVTel's offerings aimed at the middle market will take off with the proper bundling.The market knows DVTEL for its software but is not so familiar with some of its camera and storage...

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IndigoVision names new vice president

October 19, 2012SSN Staff

Edison, N.J.—IndigoVision, a manufacturer of IP video solutions, announced Thursday that Paul Smith will be its senior vice president. Smith replaces Kevin Bradley, who held the position of president of North America. Bradley left in the company in July. Previously the vice president of sales and marketing at DVTel, Smith comes to IndigoVision with more than 10 years of experience managing sales teams in the IP video sector. “I have known Paul since 2004 and am delighted that he is joining...

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DVTEL moves beyond startup mode, looks down market for growth

May 30, 2012Martha Entwistle

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—One year after taking the helm, DVTEL CEO Yoav Stern says the company is eyeing the middle market for growth as it transitions from its startup phase to become a larger player in the IP video surveillance space.Stern said his goal for DVTEL in 2013 is to grow “at least as quickly as the market,” which he said is growing from 18 to 25 percent per year.DVTEL will look down market for that growth. Stern said DVTEL is well established in the high end of the IP...

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