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SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2003

Safety Vision embarks on construction project

HOUSTON - Mobile video surveillance company Safety Vision is building a new facility, with expectations that the 50,000-square-foot building will be completed by July 2004.

The new, two-story facility will be built on seven acres of land on the Beltway between Tanner and West Little York, Texas.

MAXxess’ management makes its move

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11/01/2003

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The senior management team of MAXxess Inc.

Bomb-sniffing dog’s whiff prompts evacuation of the NSS Show floor

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11/01/2003

WASHINGTON - A bomb scare on the last day of the National Summit on Security Show prompted Washington Convention Center officials to evacuate the building, sending exhibitors and attendees to the streets.

The evacuation happened at around 12:30 p.

OSE group signs on new members

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2003

WASHINGTON - The Open Security Exchange, a group that plans to define best practices and promote vendor neutral specifications for the integration of security devices, welcomed several new members to the group.

Along with founding members HID Corp.

Avery says ‘Hello’ to the photo ID system market

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11/01/2003

BREA, Calif. - Avery Dennison, a company perhaps best known for its “Hello, my name is” labels and other office supplies, announced its entrance into the physical security market during the ASIS International Show with a suite of visitor ID system products.

Standards-setting efforts backed by most in the industry

Collectively, people agree that standards will improve the industry’s image and make it more competitive in today’s tough
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11/01/2003

Standards developers are in agreement on one thing - the overriding need for standards to improve the industry’s image and longevity. And many to whom the standards would be applied see a benefit as well.

GTO begins first step of expansion

SSN Staff  - 
11/01/2003

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Automatic gate opener and accessory company GTO Inc.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
10/01/2003

IR inks deal with GovSupply

WASHINGTON - Ingersoll-Rand has aligned with GovSupply to provide the federal government with its access control products through GovSupply’s GSA contract.

The deal makes available products from Ingersoll-Rand’s Schlage, Von Duprin, Dor-O-Matic, Recognition Systems, Steelcraft, Locknetics and Kryptonite product lines to federal agencies who work off a GSA Schedule.

MAXxess management team pursues a company buyout option

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10/01/2003

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Two years after selling off its CCTV business, Odetics Inc.

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