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Aiphone’s new one-piece aluminum towers to enhance perimeter security

September 7, 2022SSN Staff

REDMOND, Wash. – International intercom and security communication product manufacturer Aiphone have announced the launch of their new TW-SE and TW-SA model lightweight one-piece aluminum towers. Easier and more cost effective to ship owing to their lightweight, Aiphone says these towers are, “…an essential layer of perimeter security for many campus settings. Strategic placement of emergency towers and wall boxes can deter crime in areas that are harder to monitor and be a...

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Alula launches wireless outdoor siren

September 15, 2020SSN Staff

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Today, Alula announced the latest addition to its line of outdoor security products — the RE636 Wireless Outdoor Siren, an extended perimeter warning device that produces high volume alert sounds and visual strobing. “In an emergency, there’s no time to waste, and we’ve seen tragic instances where first responders weren’t able to find the right house,” Dave Mayne, VP of Products for Alula, said in the announcement. “With the outdoor...

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PureTech Systems partner with Milestone

August 3, 2020SSN Staff

PHOENIX, Ariz.—PureTech Systems, a leader in AI video analytics, announced its product integration with Milestone VMS and participation in the Milestone Marketplace.  “This integration leverages our near-zero false alarm outdoor detection and classification capability into Milestone’s world-class VMS,” Larry Bowe, president of PureTech Systems, said in the announcement. “Adding PureTech’s AI-based video analytics with Auto-Verify into a Milestone system enables customers to secure...

AI, artificial intelligence, Milestone XProtect VMS, perimeter monitoring, perimeter security, PureTech, video analytics

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Automatic Systems' gates receive highest level of user safety

January 27, 2020SSN Staff

QUEBEC CITY—Automatic Systems, a manufacturer of pedestrian and vehicle entrance control access systems, announced that two of its automatic gates—the BLG 76 and BLG 77—have earned ETL listing to UL 325 standards. These newly redesigned, full height, automatic vertical life gates offer reliability and low cost of ownership while providing long-term access control to facilities perimeters. “Automatic Systems is committed to meeting the growing industry gate safety standards...

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The undogging debacle: perimeter security in a school environment

September 11, 2019Ginger Hill

YARMOUTH, Maine—Across the nation, teachers and staff at K-12 schools recently welcomed new and vetted students and their parents to campus to begin the 2019-2020 school year full of quality education with challenging, relevant and meaningful curriculums in a safe, nurturing environment that is conducive to teaching and learning. Many educational-related studies and research projects throughout the years have found that for students to acquire knowledge, physical safety is a top priority....

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Perimeter security provider comments on projected market growth

May 20, 2015Spencer Ives

I couple weeks back, I wrote an article on the perimeter security market—primarily Technavio's projection that it will rise between 2015 and 2019. Jack DeMao, the CEO for Electric Guard Dog, called me today to talk about the report, how it matches up with his company, and trends from his side of the industry. Electric Guard Dog offers solar-powered electric security fences, designed to “deter people at the fence line.” His interest was piqued when he saw exactly that style of perimeter...

Electric Guard Dog, Fences, Jack DeMao, perimeter security, TechNavio

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North American perimeter security market to grow

May 11, 2015Spencer Ives

LONDON—Technavio predicts growth in North America's perimeter security market to be about $5.7 billion by 2019, up from $4.1 billion in 2014, a 39 percent increase.Technavio defines perimeter security as an “intrusion prevention system, which consists of components like barrier and gate sensors, personal identification system control, [and] access communications,” Amrita Choudhury, Technavio senior industry analyst, told Security Systems News.Increasing government regulations that...

Amrita Choudhury, Axis, Bosch, Ed Breen Tyco, NICE Systems, perimeter security, TechNavio

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De Fina joins SightLogix

July 15, 2014Martha Entwistle

PRINCETON, N.J.—Calling it the “next great company,” Frank De Fina announced today that he's joining smart thermal camera manufacturer SightLogix as EVP of sales and marketing.De Fina said SightLogix is a “hidden gem” that meets four criteria he has for getting involved with a new company.One of those criteria is that the product solves a problem.SightLogix “solves a big industry problem and that is intrusion detection,” De Fina said.“What I'm talking...

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The Magal board responds

July 21, 2010Martha Entwistle

Because I know you were dying to see what happened: Magal Board Responds to Letter Received From Dissident Shareholders Yahud, ISRAEL, July 21, 2010/PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Magal S3's (NASDAQ: MAGS) Board of Directors met today to consider the letter it received from the dissident shareholders that represent 17.8% of the company's shareholders. The Board found that the offers made by Mr. Kirsh, Plenus Fund and OPTEX, a Japanese company, to be non-comparable, as the OPTEX proposal was condition...

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