The 25th International exhibition of security and fire protection equipment and products
19-22 March 2019 • Moscow, Expocentre Fairgrounds, Pavilions 2, 8


Category:News Press release

Apollo showcases intelligent suite of products at MIPS / Securika 2016

Visitors to Apollo’s stand (Pavilion 8.2, E101) will have the opportunity to find out about the company’s extensive product and service offering and experience the SOTERIA® detection range - the next generation in fire recognition technology which is designed to improve detection, reduce false alarms and deliver improved reliability.


Is Your Smart Office Creating Backdoors for Cybercriminals?

More and more devices are connecting to the Internet; the ones that control your building’s heating, lighting and air conditioning are no exception. According to Gartner, devices in smart homes and smart commercial buildings represented 45 percent of total connected things in use in 2015.


Honeywell Security to acquire Xtralis

Honeywell has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Xtralis, a leading global provider of aspirating smoke detection along with advanced perimeter security technologies and video analytics software, for $480 million from funds advised by Pacific Equity Partners and Blum Capital Partners.


Johnson Controls and Tyco to be merged

One of the biggest trends in the security industry in recent years among hardware vendors and service providers alike has been increased consolidation — as companies look to increase their share of the pie in a market that remains highly fragmented. On 25th January 2016, systems integration giants Johnson Controls and Tyco became the latest household names in security to join the growing list of companies that have come to embody this trend, as they announced plans to merge the two organizations.


Red-light cameras to be trialled on Moscow’s roads

Moscow is looking to clamp down on red light jumpers by trialling security cameras on a major interchange in the capital, Moscow’s Road Traffic Organisation Centre has announced. While only one camera will take part in the initial trial, there will be more if successful. The Moscow authorities are hoping for a similar result to New York, which reduced violations by 40% with well-placed cameras.

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