WINNWEILER/LANGMEIL, Germany—New 5-megapixel IP cameras from Mobotix—the D25, M25 and Q25—offer more detail with less blur, even when lighting is bad, the company announced Dec. 18.
NEW YORK—The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Mobotix’s request for a review of four e-Watch patents, Mobotix announced Dec. 18.
ATLANTA—Ackerman Security Systems was a sponsor of the Atlanta-area “12 Hours of Hope,” a radiothon that raised $146,822 for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the company announced Dec. 16.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.—Intertek is offering a new scholarship and internship program for undergraduates pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math, the company announced Dec. 12.
PROVO, Utah—Vivint’s sixth annual Sub for Santa program has raised $222,000 to buy gifts for more than 3,000 children across North America, the company announced Dec. 12.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—ADT employees across the U.S. and Canada are volunteering with more than 40 non-profit groups through the Holiday Hope Across ADT campaign, the company announced Dec. 12.
LINCOLNTON, N.C.—Flexible migration programs that allow users of legacy Casi systems to move to Lenel’s OnGuard solution are now available, the company announced Dec. 12.
GILBERT, Az.—ADT has recognized three members of this community’s police department for stopping a string of burglaries and vandalisms at an area veterinary clinic.
WALLACE, N.C.—North Carolina’s Duplin County Schools are rolling out a pilot entry-control program to secure Wallace Elementary School, according to a Dec. 12 news release.
BOONE, N.C.—The North Carolina legislature recently passed a measure requiring hotels to install carbon monoxide detectors in rooms with a fuel-burning source, or in rooms adjacent to such a source, according to a recent news story.
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