THE MAGAZINE

Industry & ASIS News

By Flora Szatkowski & Ann Longmore-Etheridge

Industry News

By Flora Szatkowski

SUPER BOWL SECURITY

Government officials pulled out all the stops to provide security for February’s Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Designated a level-one security event, the game was protected by government and private entities, along with the latest in technology.

Private security detail for the event was overseen by S.A.F.E. (Security, Athletic Facilities & Events) Management, a company that specializes in events at such venues. Mobile Pro Systems (MPS) provided video surveillance trailers to the New Jersey State Police for use on game day and at events before and after. The trailers combined detection technologies with vision analytics to provide alerts on-site and remotely when suspicious actions occurred. The units were wirelessly linked via a mesh network from Fluidmesh Networks. The Fluidmesh-equipped MPS trailers also helped authorities communicate in the crowded stadium, where thousands of cell phones tested the capacity of the enhanced cellular and Wi-Fi infrastructure provided for the event.

PARTNERSHIPS AND DEALS

ADI will distribute networking products from D-Link Canada to the Canadian low-voltage market.

Agent Vi has signed a patent license agreement with ObjectVideo allowing it to use ObjectVideo’s patents in developing its products.

The digital wallet solution from Smart­Metric uses a swipe sensor from Fingerprint Cards to achieve biometric authentication.

G4S Events provided security for Hog­manay 2013/2014, an Edinburgh street festival celebrating the New Year. G4S has provided services to the event since 1992/1993.

Global Elite Group provided executive protection specialists for a site visit to Brazil in advance of the World Cup scheduled for June in Rio de Janeiro.

Good Technology announced that Australian financial institution CUA is using the company’s Good for Enterprise to secure a fleet of smartphones and tablets.

Honeywell was selected to provide the Integrated Control and Safety System for the Al Zour refinery to be built in southern Kuwait by Kuwait National Petroleum Company.

EET Europarts is using an advanced IP video surveillance solution from IQinVision and Milestone Systems to document transactions, improve customer service, and enhance productivity.

Kentec Electronics fire control panels are part of the new retail and residential development at Parkway Newbury in Berkshire, United Kingdom. Fire Systems Ltd. supplied and installed the fire alarm system.

Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, Inc., has received security system integration contracts related to new tenant security systems in the World Trade Center facility. Kratos is also the primary security system integrator for Freedom Tower.

Securfid GmbH has joined the LEGIC partner network, allowing it to implement LEGIC technology into its solutions.

Lumeta Corporation has joined the Tripwire Technology Alliance Partner Program, allowing the two companies to develop joint solutions.

Mace Security International has entered into a joint venture with SoloMetrics LLC to provide safety and security products and solutions under the SoloMace name.

NAPCO Security Technologies has provided its Gemini security system to the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop of reality television’s Pawn Stars.

Software House and Exacq Technologies have integrated Software House’s C-CURE 9000 and exacqVision VMS software to make a powerful video and access solution.
 

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