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Washington to pay property owners for camera installation

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01/14/2016

WASHINGTON—The Washington D.C. City Council unanimously voted to increase rebates for local property owners who install security cameras on their premises, the Washington City Paper reported in early January.

'Poison pill' at Avigilon

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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Video surveillance company Avigilon on Tuesday adopted a "shareholder rights" plan, an anti-takeover measure that's sometimes called a "poison pill." The plan has been accepted by the Toronto Stock Exchange, but it needs to be approved by shareholders within six months. Avigilon plans to present the plan at is 2016 annual meeting.

FLIR buys DVTEL for $92m

Deal brings commercial video and software offerings, cloud and cybersecurity initiatives
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12/07/2015

WILSONVILLE, Ore.—In a deal that builds out its commercial security capabilities and adds software expertise, FLIR Systems, based here, on Nov. 30 bought video surveillance provider DVTEL for $92 million cash.

Management reorg at Avigilon

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Avigilon, a video surveillance and end-to-end security solution provider, today announced two resignations and a management reorganization.

World Wide competes with DIY cameras

Company to offer professionally monitored DIY cameras
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08/19/2015

GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—World Wide Security, a full service security company based here, sees video monitoring as an avenue for growth, and plans to offer its own low-cost, self-installed cameras.

Miami to install more cameras

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01/28/2015

MIAMI—The City of Miami plans to install more cameras around the city to help police fight crime, according to WSVN.

Samsung has new majority owner

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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Samsung Electronics announced Dec. 5 that it had entered into an agreement to sell its shares, which amount to a 32 percent stake in Samsung Techwin to Hanwha, which has expressed an interest in increasing its position in the security and defense industry. Samsung's second-largest shareholder is South Korea's government pension plan, according to Cook, the rest of the shareholder hold much smaller stakes.

Vanderbilt Industries to acquire Siemen’s Security Products

Deal expected to be complete end of 1Q 2015
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10/20/2014

FRANKFURT, Germany—Security systems provider Vanderbilt Industries has entered into an agreement to acquire Siemen’s Security Products business, part of Siemen’s Building Technologies Division.

Video companies branching out into access control

Watch for more video companies to follow suit
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10/10/2014

YARMOUTH, Maine—In the past 18 months, three major video surveillance companies have expanded into access control. There are many reasons why Axis Communications, Panasonic and Avigilon made this move, but the main reason, they say, is because of demand.

Report: Growth rate for service offerings to soar

VSaaS, ACaaS expected to enjoy some of highest growth rates in security equipment and services market during forecast period
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10/01/2014

WELLINGBOROUGH, England—The North American market for physical security equipment and services is poised to exceed $61 billion by 2018, up from $44.4 billion in revenues in 2013, according to a new report, “Physical Security Equipment & Services Report—2014,” from IHS Research, a market research firm based here.

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