Can't see the here.
October 28, 2008 - Volume 4 Issue 22

Toronto police chief extends olive branch to security industry
Blair asks for access to private security cameras

Toronto's top cop Bill Blair called for greater co-operation between police and the security industry at Security Canada Central in Toronto Oct. 23.

The electronic doorman
Screening system creates record of bar patrons

In the nightclub and entertainment industry, institutional memory is short; frequently, patrons who are thrown out one night get back in the next, with no way to follow up and no way to stop them from creating problems again.

Alternative power
Wireless security system serves remote areas

At construction sites and remote areas without power or phone lines, security has always been an issue. Too often, hiring security guards isn’t necessarily a feasible option either.

The best evidence
Vancouver-based Avigilon makes high-definition video surveillance affordable

Alexander Fernandes, president and CEO of Vancouver-based Avigilon knows a thing or two about running a successful tech company and identifying a market in need of a tool.

SP&T Reader Survey 2008:

We want to know what you think about our magazine and website. Your comments are important to us, so please take a few minutes to read through some questions and think about some answers. If you complete the survey, you could win a $200 gift certificate from Future Shop!

Take the survey here

How important are IP cameras to your customers?

To take our web poll, click here.


Mini-Dome operates in low light
TOA Canada Corp. has announced the C-CV854D-9 Vandal Resistant Day/Night Colour Mini-Dome. It can be used indoors or out and has day/night capability, operating with colour in daylight and monochrome in lower light settings.

New Cisco software manages 16 cameras simultaneously
Cisco has announced the release of the WVC210, a wireless PTZ camera with audio, intended for small businesses. It can be mounted on a desk or wall and has enhanced low-light performance.

Keypad is compact, easy to install
Paxton Access has released the Easyprox compact keypad, a system that merges battery power, keypad, lock and access control into a standalone system.

On deck: Coming up in the November issue of SP&T News

Installation focus:
Residential Security

Technology focus:
RFID applications

Special topic:

Company profile:
Closing sales

Product focus:
Carbon monoxide detectors

In every issue:
Ask the Expert
Tales from the Trenches
Fast Forward
Product Previews


Oct. 29-30, 2008
ISC East, Jacob Javits Centre,
New York

Nov. 6, 2008
ADI-Burtek Winnipeg Customer Appreciation Event, Winnipeg, MN

Nov. 6-7, 2008
Predictive Profiling and Security Questioning
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
Presented by Chameleon Associates & Securiguard

Nov. 13, 2008
5th International Sports Security Summit
London, U.K.
Rushmans Conferences and Events
+44 1264852016

Nov. 20, 2008
ASIS Toronto's 1st Annual
Transportation & Trucking Security Summit
8 a.m. â�" 1 p.m.
Panemonte Convention Center
220 Humberline Dr. Etobicoke Ontario

Nov. 22, 2008
Underwriters Labratories of Canada - UL University
Installation and Classification of Burglar Alarm Systems for Financial and
Commercial Premises, Safes, and Vaults: CAN/ULC-S302 workshop
Vancouver, B.C.

Nov. 25, 2008
Underwriters Labratories of Canada - UL University
Installation and Monitoring of Fire Alarm and Sprinkler Alarm Systems:
CAN/ULC-S561 workshop
Vancouver, B.C.

Nov. 27, 2008
Underwriters Labratories of Canada - UL University
Central and Monitoring Station Burglar Alarm Systems: CAN/ULC-S301 workshop
Vancouver, B.C.

January 12, 2009
Preventing Workplace Violence: Assessing and Managing the Risks
Ontario Hospital Association
Toronto Board of Trade,
1 First Canadian Place

To advertise in eNEWS or SP&T News, please contact Peter Young: 905-713-4344; or e-mail:
Subscribe for your own personal FREE eNEWS subscription.
Unsubscribe from eNEWS
Your email address will not be sold or passed on to any third party. It is only used for magazine-related purposes, such as renewing your subscription and this e-Newsletter. Please see our Privacy Policy for more details.
CLB Media Inc. disclaims any warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or currency of the contents of this e-Newsletter and disclaims all liability in respect of the results of any action taken or not taken in reliance upon information in this e-Newsletter.
© CLB Media Inc., 2008. You may forward and reproduce this e-Newsletter without modification, provided that you include this copyright notice and the above-mentioned disclaimer.