LAS VEGAS—At the 2015 ISC West show, exhibitors put a lot of thought into their booths—rather literally with Hikvision’s “Thought Theater”—and some companies, like IDIS, are using big booths at ISC West to introduce themselves to the industry.
TORONTO—Global Link, a monitoring and security services company based here, is now offering monitoring services for Bosch intrusion detection systems out of its two central stations, according to a news release.
QUINCY, Mass.—Emergency communication systems (ECS) were developed because a fire alarm alone is not always sufficient to tell building occupants what to do in case of an emergency. But what exactly should an ECS message say? There have been no guidelines for that—until now.
VAUGHAN, Ontario—With installation of a CONETTIX D6100IPv6 Communications Receiver/Gateway, service provider a.p.i. Monitoring now supports IP communications from Bosch intrusion systems, the company announced Jan. 22.
CHELMSFORD, Mass.—Axis Communications, a provider of network video surveillance solutions, retained the top spot in IHS Research’s annual rankings of the top video surveillance companies, according to a news release.
MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Building on a service formula that has allowed it to carve out a market niche in the Southeast, Z-Tech Central has rolled out a virtual operator app for its dealers and is expecting double-digit growth in 2013, partner Jonathan Frase told Security Systems News.