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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.

Back from bankruptcy, Steelbox releases new VMS

CEO says new product line strengthens company
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09/12/2011

ALPHARETTA, Ga.—After flying under the radar for a few years following its bankruptcy and subsequent acquisition, Steelbox has re-emerged with a new and expanded catalog of products.

EGD secures $42.5m

Its system is solar-powered, electrified, and sold on a subscription basis
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09/08/2011

COLUMBIA, S.C.—Electric Guard Dog, based here, a manufacturer and installer of a solar-powered perimeter security system that is electrified and monitored by a central station, announced this week that it secured a new $42.5 million credit facility with CapitalSource.

DTT gets $20m, eyes convenience store space

Turnkey surveillance solution provider has low attrition, high growth
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09/06/2011

LOS ANGELES—With a $5 million increase in its credit facility, DTT Surveillance intends to enter new retail verticals, Sam Naficy, DTT president and CEO, told

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