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  • TECH5 aims to help public security in Colombia with biometric technology
    by Jamie Marshall on May 27, 2022 at 3:48 pm

    Indumil, the sole arms manufacturer for the Colombian government, has announced new and innovative measures to authenticate the identity of an individual securely and accurately, combining technologies of TECH5 and Accesos Holográficos (AH). These new measures are implemented to increase confidence in the legal authorisation of registered firearm possession in the country. Indumil is adopting

  • Tim Kendall appointed as new Managing Director of G4S
    by Jamie Marshall on May 27, 2022 at 3:06 pm

    G4S Secure Solutions UK, an Allied Universal company, has announced the appointment of Tim Kendall, current SVP of Enterprise Accounts, Allied Universal North America, as Managing Director of G4S Secure Solutions UK. Fiona Walters, Regional CEO for UK&I, Allied Universal – International said: “Tim has had a long and successful career with G4S since joining

  • Executive leadership team expanded by Dedrone
    by Jamie Marshall on May 27, 2022 at 2:36 pm

    Dedrone has announced the appointment of Balaji Tamirisa as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Daniel Anixt as General Counsel. The company is leveraging its recent funding round to expand Tamirisa’s team, hiring several key positions including both software and hardware RF engineers.   Daniel Anixt will manage all legal matters for Dedrone, including government and

  • 2022 Romania OSPAs finalists announced
    by Jamie Marshall on May 27, 2022 at 2:11 pm

    The panel of nine independent experts from across the security industry has concluded its judging – and the finalists of the 2022 Romania Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) have been revealed. This is the sixth Romania OSPAs and due to covid restrictions the 2021 entries have been included in the 2022 competition. “This year’s finalists

  • Teledyne FLIR Defence secures $14m surveillance contract for US Army
    by Jamie Marshall on May 27, 2022 at 11:54 am

    Teledyne FLIR Defence, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, has won another $14 million contract to deliver its Black Hornet 3 Personal Reconnaissance Systems (PRS) to the United States Army. The advanced nano unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are being used to augment squad and small unit-level surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities as part of the Army’s Soldier

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