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Security distributor decides on its own security for inventory, employees

GSS opts for Mobotix for cameras, video door stations
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07/14/2014

CHANTILLY, Va.—Global Surveillance System, a national distributor of video surveillance and low-voltage security equipment, had to decide what kind of security it would itself deploy at a brand new 3,000-square-foot warehouse and an office building here.

Costar Technologies buys CohuHD for $10m cash

Combined company has closed three deals already
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07/09/2014

COPPELL, Texas—In the month since it closed a $10 million cash deal to buy CohuHD, Costar Technologies and CohuHD have closed three deals together.

PlateSmart takes license plate recognition to the cloud

‘Software-only solution’ uses existing equipment
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06/30/2014

OLDMAR, Fla.—PlateSmart, which bills itself as the first “software-only license plate recognition solution,” is in growth mode as it prepares to launch a SaaS-based LPR solution, company CEO John Chigos told Security Systems News.

3xLOGIC acquires Sonitrol product development

Deal brings central station intelligence to 3xLOGIC and innovation to Sonitrol
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06/17/2014

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—Intelligent video surveillance solution provider 3xLOGIC on June 13 announced it has acquired the product development and research group of Sonitrol from Stanley Security.

Scallop Imaging is back

Steve Gorski joins team, will introduce distribution partners, launch channel partner program in next quarter
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06/17/2014

BOSTON—Scallop Imaging, a camera manufacturer that introduced its “distributed imaging” technology in 2009, has new ownership and management who plan to make Scallop Imaging a well-known name in security.

Canon to buy VMS provider Milestone Systems

Milestone will operate as stand-alone division; Canon committed to open platform
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06/13/2014

LONDON—Camera manufacturer Canon announced today that it will acquire VMS provider Milestone Systems. Terms of the deal were not announced.

Sightlogix' new camera is for 'the mass market'

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05/29/2014

LAS VEGAS—Showing the third-generation Thermal SightSensor camera at ISC West, Sightlogix CEO John Romanowich proclaimed that this iteration of the camera will “bring accurate outdoor security to the mass market."

Eagle Eye debuts 'modern, open' API

Drako: ‘You don’t have to use Windows to program’; he hopes lots of non-security applications are developed
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05/28/2014

AUSTIN, Texas—Cloud-based VMS provider Eagle Eye Networks on May 27 announced the launch of its Eagle Eye Video API, which CEO Dean Drako hopes will be used to “develop lots of applications that are not security-based.”

Keys on way out at San Antonio’s Witte Museum

AMAG is part of ‘layered protection scheme’ used to protect extensive renovations at museum
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05/23/2014

SAN ANTONIO—The Witte Museum’s three-phase renovation plan involves adding 65,000 square feet to its campus here, along with a new, fully integrated, open-ended security system.

Google’s Nest, Time Warner, Dropcam executives at ESX

Industry newcomers offer perspectives on changing competitive landscape in security industry
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05/14/2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Executives from a Google subsidiary, a cable company and a Silicon Valley startup will share their perspectives on the changing competitive landscape in the security industry and opportunities for security professionals at ESX in June.

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