INDIANAPOLIS—Randy Koorsen and his family, owners of Koorsen Fire & Security, based here, have donated a mobile security camera to the city of Indianapolis in an effort to increase security for upcoming events, including the Indianapolis 500 and the OneAmerica 500 Fe
ELMONT, N.Y.—Total Security, a loss prevention and security installation company based here, plans to expand its business through a new campaign that will showcase its work in New York City, according to a press release.
NORTHBROOK, Ill.—BCDVideo, a provider of IP security storage systems based here, has partnered with San Lorenzo, Calif.-based Premier IP Video Solutions to represent its IP video server products on the West Coast, according to a company statement.
SALT LAKE CITY—Control4, a provider of home automation systems, today announced a new family of wireless lighting control products designed for integration with Control4 security platforms, according to a company statement.
LAKE FOREST, Calif.—Kwikset, a residential security company based here, has announced that its deadbolt locks are now supported through the Z-Wave automation functionality of any new or existing iBridge-equipped Gemini control panel from Napco Security Technologies, a ma
ELLISVILLE, Mo.—The Central County Emergency 911 Board has approved contracts to provide fire and emergency medical dispatching services to the two departments that currently are served by the North Central County Fire Alarm operation, according to an article from Newsma
CHICO, Calif.—About 105 fire alarms have been triggered this academic year at an off-campus cluster of residences near Chico State University, according to an article from The Orion, the university’s student-run newspaper.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., and MELVILLE, N.Y.—The Metro Transit in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn., is standardizing parts of its transportation platform with Verint’s Nextiva VMS, according to a company statement.