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Hikvision Exir series with infrared gain glass

Homes, offices and small-to-medium enterprises are set to benefit from the addition of Hikvision’s advanced Exir bullet network cameras to its easy IP solution line-up. The DS-2CD2T series of 2- and 3-megapixel cameras feature high-performance LED light sources and a revolutionary rectangular lens for seamless HD formatting but now boast infrared gain glass for ultimate light transmittance and unparalleled levels of night-time surveillance.

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Avigilon appoints VP global marketing

Avigilon has appointed Margaret Herndon to vice president of global marketing and communications, effective immediately. Ms. Herndon is responsible for leading Avigilon’s communications,  marketing strategy, and building awareness for its industry-leading security and business intelligence solutions that keep both personnel and assets safe and enable customers to make better business decisions. Based in Dallas, Texas, Ms. Herndon will report directly to Bryan Schmode, Avigilon’s chief operating officer.

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Vivotek convenient retail solution

In the face of challenging economic conditions, Vivotek recognises the demands of retail market customers and has responded by developing the cost-effective and user-friendly “Convenient Retail Solution”. The state-of-the-art solution comprises the ND8321, an 8-channel plug-and-play network video recorder, elegantly designed ultra-mini bullet network cameras, and ultra-mini dome network cameras. The solution is especially ideal for retail outlets like convenience stores, boutique stores, restaurants, and clothing stores. 

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Embassies step up integrated people screening

According to Jared Bickenbach, analyst for Security and Building Technologies at IHS Inc, commenting on the use of integrated people screening equipment at embassies and consulates, overall, governments appear to be expanding, rather than abandoning, diplomatic operations in high risk countries, resulting in the need to integrate data from multiple security systems. As a result, IHS anticipates the EWC (explosives, weapons and contraband) detection equipment market is poised to see continued growth as governments look for integrated security solutions to protect embassies and consulates from evolving threats.

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