VANCOUVER, British Columbia -In response to massive technological growth in the last two decades, British Columbia is proposing a new law to expand the licensing of security employees in the province.
According to the British Columbia Solicitor GeneralÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s office, the proposed Security Personnel and Agencies Act seeks to ensure that security clearances and minimum training standards are applied consistently across the industry.
TEMPE,Ariz. -Several years after an unsuccessful campaign for the adoption of a state-wide security licensing law, the Arizona Burglar and Fire Alarm Association is in discussions with several municipalities in the state to adopt a reciprocal licensing agreement that would lessen the administrative burden on its security company members.
YEHUD, Israel -MATE-Media Access Technologies and Buzz-VC, two Israeli companies, recently signed an agreement to market an integrated system that enables active, real-time surveillance and response of remote sites.
Ã¢â‚¬Å“The Integration of MATE real time face recognition and area surveillance capabilities with Buzz-VC remote video control capabilities result in a powerful package for both customers and control centers alike,Ã¢â‚¬Â said Dr.
The short-term realities may be harsh, but in the long run, members of the security industryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s financial community say, the recent changes in dealer programs and how they operate financially is having a positive impact on the alarm business.
The decision by ADT Security Services to reducing funding for its authorized alarm dealer program, combined with Leasecomm Corp.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.Ã¢â‚¬â€Access control manufacturer Apollo has rolled its ASTI brand under the Apollo name, a move to streamline operations and make it easier for customers to do business with the company.