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Pye-Barker Fire & Safety expands alarm division through acquisition of Bevan Security Systems


Pye-Barker Fire & Safety expands alarm division, acquires Bevan Security Systems

January 12, 2023SSN Staff

ATLANTA – Pye-Barker Fire & Safety has acquired New Jersey-based Bevan Security Systems, giving the company even more comprehensive security and alarm services in its portfolio.  This expansion to Pye-Barker's alarm division enhances the company’s offerings in the New Jersey area. Thanks to its recent aggressive growth, Pye-Barker has become one of the leading fire and safety companies in the northeastern United States, it claims. For Pye-Barker, the acquisition...

alarm services, Bart Proctor, Bevan Security Systems, Phillip Gardner, Pye-Barker Fire & Safety, Randall J. Bevan, Reliable Alarms Systems, Security, Surveillance Systems

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Neurotechnology announces SentiVeillance Cluster

November 18, 2022SSN Staff

VILNIUS, Lithuania – Biometrics identification company Neurotechnology has announced the release of the SentiVeillance Cluster, a real-time face identification, and vehicle/license plate tracking solution. The company says it was designed for expansive surveillance systems that supports continuous video streams from multiple servers. Operators are given sorted live data to enable fast decision making for a number of use cases including law enforcement, security, and smart city monitoring. "We...

biometrics, Neurotechnology, Sentiveillance, smart city, Surveillance Systems, video management system, Vytautas Pranckėnas

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Integrator SSI's non-profit gives 'freedom' to veterans

August 12, 2015Martha Entwistle

ROCKLIN, Calif.—His integration firm hit a major financial milestone and moved into a new 18,000-square-foot headquarters this year, but Surveillance Systems Inc. president Todd Flowers would rather talk about his non-profit organization, Allegiant Giving, which supports disabled veterans.“SSI has had phenomenal growth and we're on track to hit $25 million this year, but as we experience this growth I don't want to lose sight of SSI's culture of giving back,” Flowers told Security...

Allegiant Giving, SSI, Surveillance Systems, Todd Flowers

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