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Suppliers

FLIR to release new camera family

June 6, 2018Spencer Ives

WILSONVILLE, Ore.—FLIR will publicly launch new cameras under the name Saros at ESX this year, which include a thermal sensor, analytics and an optical sensor.“Saros is really a product that was created to target that mainstream perimeter protection market directly, by combining a lot of technologies into a single, unified device. Everything is fully integrated, everything works together,” Brian Karas, FLIR's director of vertical market development, told Security Systems News. “Integrators...

Brian Karas, Flir, Saros


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General News

Infrared cameras protect major water utility

June 3, 2015Amy Canfield

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.When you are the security director for your state's largest water utility, protecting reservoirs can be a challenge.For Scott Starkey, security director for the Birmingham Water Works Board, which serves more than 600,000 residents here, the solution came in the form of thermal cameras.“How do you protect a dam? Adverse impacts could have a catastrophic economic effect. It could be the biggest disaster in Alabama history,” Starkey told Security Systems News.Protecting...

Birmingham Water Works Board, Flir, Scott Starkey


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Monitoring

I-View Now enters new agreement

February 13, 2015Spencer Ives

HENDERSON, Nev.—I-View Now, a provider of video verification services based here, announced a number of new integrations including one with ipDatatel.“IpDatatel is an interesting piece for us,” Larry Folsom, president of I-View Now told Security Systems News. As part of this, “more and more what you'll see is that I-View Now will connect to signal processing devices to leverage our video connectivity.”This integration will include products from ipDatatel's line of Home...

Avigilon, Digital Barriers, Flir, I-View Now, ipDatatel, Larry Folsom, Milestone


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Suppliers

OV signs licensing agreement with FLIR

January 8, 2014Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider ObjectVideo today signed its 17th licensing agreement, this time with thermal camera provider FLIR, Raul Fernandez, OV CEO, told Security Systems News.“It's a global agreement, for the whole portfolio of patents that we have,” Fernandez said. “It covers the intelligent thermal cameras for traditional security; it also covers [analytics used in cameras] in the traffic monitoring cameras that became part of the FLIR portfolio through its...

Flir, licensing agreement, OV, Raul Fernandez, thermal cameras


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Commercial

Hackett Security acquires Avery Security

August 7, 2013Martha Entwistle

ST. LOUIS—Hackett Security's acquisition of Avery Security will bring a number of retail customers likely to be interested in Hackett's video monitoring and other services, according to Michael Hackett, CEO and president of Hackett Security.The acquisition, announced Aug. 2, “was a good deal for both companies businesswise and will be a great deal for [Avery's former] customers,” he told Security Systems News. Those customers include a number of “chain accounts, fitness businesses...

Avery Security, Flir, Hackett Security, physical security, SSN, Video Monitoring, Videofied


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On The Editor's Desk

Security cos. make 'technology fast 500' list

October 20, 2011Martha Entwistle

A quick glance at the “Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500” showed several technology companies listed who are active in the security space. Deloitte, is “a global professional services firm,” and has been compiling the list since 1995. Award winners were selected based on percentage of fiscal year revenue growth from 2006 to 2010. The actual revenue figures, alas, were not included.Here they are: Avigilon, a provider of cameras, video management systems and LPR software, ranked...

Aruba Networks, Avigilon, Blackboard, Flir, Genetec, Identive Group, Kratos, Vidsys


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