BALTIMORE—ESX has announced the contestants for its TechVision Challenge, a “Shark-Tank” style competition new at this year’s show.
PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz.—This town took a new approach to concealing cameras: putting license plate readers in fake cacti.
CHICAGO—Protection 1 has hired Michael S. Fredricks to serve as vice president, residential field sales.
WINNEPEG, Manitoba—National Industrial Communications, a security firm based here, is donating "personal alarms" to the homeless after the recent killings of three men on the city’s streets, according to a report from the Winnipeg Free Press.
SONOMA, Calif.—CSAA announced three of the speakers for its 2015 Annual Meeting, to be held here Oct. 10-14, with the keynote speaker, Stan Stahl, Ph.D, discussing cybersecurity.
ARLINGTON, Va.—Eight in 10 homebuilders offer clients monitored security systems, according to a study that looked at the market for built-in home technology.
FREEPORT, N.Y.—Emergency Response USA, a personal alert system provider with a monitor station here, has moved toward a mostly bilingual staff of operators.
MILWAUKEE—The National Fire Protection Association has awarded the North Shore Fire Department of Milwaukee its $5,000 2015 Rolf H. Jensen Memorial Public Education Grant.
HOLLY HILL, Fla.—Metra Home Theater Group, an electronics accessories provider for more than 65 years, has entered the security channel with its Spyclops Security Surveillance System.
COPENHAGEN—Milestone Systems XProtect, an open platform VMS was at the core of the collaborative effort among the 2014 New York City Marathon team and many local agencies.
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