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RemoteReality enters the mainstream

It previously sold its products to government agencies
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04/01/2002

WESTBOROUGH, Mass.-RemoteReality, which has traditionally sold its wares to government agencies, is now entering the mainstream security market.

Viisage line implemented at Logan Airport

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

LITTLETON, Mass.-Viisage Technology announced that Logan International Airport is testing its face recognition solution to continue its efforts to enhance passenger security at the airport.

Lab conjures secure ceiling clips

PSU facility looking for partner to make, sell invention
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04/01/2002

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-A research laboratory at Penn State University has invented a small metal clip that will make secure an acoustic tile drop ceiling and is searching for a commercial manufacturing partner to mass produce it.

Greater Alarm hosts security conference

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2002

IRVINE, Calif.-Greater Alarm hosted a Technology Conference for Security Professionals in January, featuring discussions on new technologies and applications and the recent terrorists attacks.

Simplex opens new headquarters

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03/01/2002

WESTMINSTER, Mass.-Global fire detection and security systems provider Simplex Time Recorder Co.

Dedicated Micros targets integrators

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03/01/2002

CHANTILLY, Va.-Armed with a year's worth of climbing sales from a new product line, a multiplexer manufacturer here has launched a national account sales division that targets systems integrators and national commercial security companies.

Digital filter technology garners patent

Company targeting OEMs, security manufacturers
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03/01/2002

FAIRFIELD, N.J.

Zebra extends tender offer for Fargo, again

SSN Staff  - 
03/01/2002

VERNON HILLS, Ill.-Zebra Technologies Corp.

Security Networks buys Proton Security

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03/01/2002

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Security Networks, a security company that began operations here in April, acquired Lantana, Fla.

Kastle Systems' Chicago office increases sales force

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03/01/2002

CHICAGO-Kastle Systems' office here has increased its sales force to further develop relationships with tenants, builders and architects, according to the company's Chicago branch general manager, Marilyn Brooks. The additions take the office's employee roster to 22, nearly tripling its staff in the last four years.

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