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HTS Americas opens in New York

John Whiteman is new CEO
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11/09/2011

NEW YORK—License plate recognition provider HTS in late October opened a U.S. subsidiary, HTS Americas, here and named John Whiteman CEO.

Security cos. among fastest growing tech businesses

Avigilon ranks No. 4
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11/09/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine—Several companies who are active in the physical security space were listed on the “Deloitte 2011 Technology Fast 500,” released in October.

Mace Security sells IVS

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11/09/2011

COPPELL, Texas—Mace Security on October 27 announced the sale of IVS to Costar Video Systems, which is based here.

Samsung brings mobility enabled robot to North America

Samsung launches SIPI, ramps up VMS
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11/02/2011

Among its announcements at the ISC Solutions show here, Samsung announced it will be offering a new border-patrol product to certain integrators—a mobility enabled armored robotic vehicle

Tri-Ed-Northern Video acquires VSS, opens branch in Atlanta

Industry vet Rob Morrison will run new Atlanta branch
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10/04/2011

WOODBURY, N.Y.—Marking its third acquisition in 18 months, Tri-Ed-Northern Video announced this morning that it has acquired Video Security Specialists, a three-branch West Coast distribution company.

Reorg at UTC Fire & Security

UTC is the latest to announce organizational changes affecting its security group
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09/29/2011

HARTFORD, Conn.—UTC Fire & Security is no longer a standalone business at United Technologies Corp., the company announced yesterday.

Security cluster cultivated in Cleveland Heights

FST21 will anchor for security hub
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09/26/2011

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio—Officials here are at the beginning stages of a plan to establish a “security cluster,” in this city. They want to make Cleveland Heights a regional center for security technology development and installation expertise, and they’ve already got one security company onboard:  intelligent access control company FST21.

Cisco invests in VidSys

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09/16/2011

VIENNA, Va.–VidSys, a major PSIM provider based here, announced today it has closed a recent round of funding that includes Cisco.

Tyco to buy Visonic for $100 million

Visonic is global manufacturer of security products, notably new wireless products
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09/15/2011

SCHAFFHAUSEN, Switzerland—Tyco International will acquire security product manufacturer Visonic for $100 million, the company announced today. The deal is expected to close before the end of the year and is subject to customary closing conditions.

VideoIQ gets $7.5m and new CEO

Ed Bednarcik joins VideoIQ
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09/14/2011

BEDFORD, Mass.—VideoIQ’s new CEO, Ed Bednarcik, who is known for readying companies for IPOs, outlined steps he’ll take to take VideoIQ “to the next level,” during a Sept. 12 interview with Security Systems News.

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