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Canon to Buy Axis for $2.8 Billion in Move to Video Surveillance

(Bloomberg) -- Canon Inc. made a 23.6 billion-krona ($2.8 billion) cash bid to acquire Sweden’s Axis Communications AB, expanding into video surveillance as smartphone competition erodes digital camera sales. Read More

Panasonic Acquires Video Insight

February 03, 2015 - Panasonic Corporation of North America announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire all shares of Houston, TX-based Video Insight, Inc., a developer of video management software, as part of its strategy to expand business opportunities for both companies in the education market in North America. Read More

Michael Flink Named President of ADI Global

Melville, N.Y., December 1, 2014 – ADI today announced Michael Flink has been named president of ADI Global. ADI, part of the Honeywell Security Group (HSG), will operate as a global organization, and Flink will lead all ADI businesses across the Americas, EMEA and India. He will continue to report to HSG President Ron Rothman. Read More

14 Security Products to Keep an Eye on

October 8, 2014 - Here are 14 security products integrators can offer to clients. ATV's IPB2TWI bullet camera made the list. Read More

Canon Acquires Milestone Systems

June 13, 2014 - Canon, a global leader in imaging solutions, announced today that they will be acquiring Milestone Systems, a world-leading provider of open platform video management software (VMS) through subsidiary Canon Europe. Read More

Venturing Into the Video Void Beyond Security

Video surveillance is much more than just security with today's technological advances. Read More

Seven Tech Tools for Fighting Retail Crime

Read this article from Entrepreneur.com for tips on how you can keep your retail business better protected against crime. Read More

SDM January 2012 Industry Forecast

SDM predicts where the CCTV industry is headed in 2012. Read More