For our final blog of 2021, we wanted to look back at the challenging and rewarding year we’ve experienced in the security industry and beyond. Our members have continued to work diligently during this tumultuous time, so we want to highlight some of their achievements before diving headfirst into 2022. Here are a few recent headlines from our members:
Bosch Security Systems
Bosch Equips New Chinese ‘Mega-Airport’ Chengdu Tianfu With Panoramic Video Cameras And Audio Solutions (GIT Security)
Chengdu’s new mega airport, with unique architectural design requirements, installed Bosch panoramic devices, equipping the airport with video security, a PA and alarm system and a conferencing solution. Using Bosch devices lead to a three-quarter reduction in cameras for Chengdu Tianfu International and created immense cost savings in wiring, installation and security personnel as well.
Elbit Systems of America
Elbit Systems of America, KMC Systems Open Cambridge Innovation Center (Business Wire)
A cause for celebration, Elbit America announced the grand opening of their new Cambridge Innovation Center in Massachusetts this December. The center complements the company’s substantial growth in recent years and will aid in delivering more innovative security solutions for Elbit America into 2022 and beyond.
MOBOTIX opens up new options with the MOBOTIX HUB open video management platform (Source Security)
In video management software, MOBOTIX now offers complete system solutions for almost any requirement of specific vertical markets. Their open video management platform, MOBOTIX HUB, is able to integrate with all ONVIF-enabled MOBOTIX video systems, as well as more than 10,000 additional cameras and devices.
TKH Security Has Been Awarded Its Fourth Major Parking Guidance System Contract with Tavistock Development (Parking Network)
This past August, TKH Security was awarded the Parking Guidance System contract for the Lake Nona Wave Hotel, the fourth major installation in this development. TKH Security’s camera-based M4 smart-sensor system will be installed in the hotel’s new 900+ space garage, offering security and guidance from entry to exit.
Videotec’s Maximus MMX cameras employed onboard NOC Tankers, Singapore (Source Security)
After in-depth research and consideration, the NOC fleet in Singapore chose Videotec’s Maximus MMX cameras for reliable onboard video surveillance. The cameras are explosion-proof certified, a requirement given the highly flammable waste carried on the vessels, and will be equipped on three ships in the fleet.
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