WELLINGBOROUGH, England—The Boston Marathon bombing will likely drive increased spending on video surveillance equipment, a market that had already been projected to more than double through 2016, according to IMS Research.
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
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.