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Five seek NBFAA board seats

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

SILVER SPRING, Md.-The National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association was scheduled to hold elections for its executive committee on June 26.

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SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

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SLP, Peter Flynn Associates host investors

It's one of a number of new events cropping up this year
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07/01/2002

ST. LOUIS, Mo.

Financing activity predicted to rise as year progresses

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07/01/2002

Financing activity predicted to rise as year progresses

How do capital providers view 2002?

With optimism and an eye toward new business and increased acquisitions activity, according to interviews with Security Systems News.

While the pendulum has swung in a conservative direction over the past year, Henry Edmonds, chief executive officer of SLP Capital in St.

Odetics sells headquarters

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

ANAHEIM, Calif.-Odetics Inc.

LifeStyle branch opens showroom

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

DALLAS-LifeStyle Technologies has opened a showroom in an existing branch here to showcase its products through demonstrations to builders and homeowners in the area.

The Dallas/Fort Worth LifeStyle Technologies branch is the first franchise of the company located in the west, in an area estimated to be one of the top five housing markets in the country.

Delaware false alarm bill gets shelved

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07/01/2002

DOVER, Del.-The fate of a bill that would have imposed a state-wide verified response policy and ordered false alarm fines for security companies won't be decided this year, according to state alarm officials in Delaware.

Wireless networking likely to boost electronic locking systems

The idea is to audit and program lock accounts remotely, but this service concept is still in its infancy
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07/01/2002

Already well accepted as an alternative to more costly, hard-wired access control systems, standalone locking systems seem poised for another growth spurt with the advent of widespread, wireless networking systems.

Many companies are focusing on developing the technology that would allow a single transmitter to control and program a population of doors.

Western Resources garners new credit agreement

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2002

TOPEKA, Kan.-Western Resources announced in June it had secured a $735 million credit agreement that would provide for a $585 million term loan and a $150 million revolving credit facility, both arranged by J.

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