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Fire testing

FPA expands collaboration with UL to support fire testing

The Fire Protection Association (FPA) and UL are further developing their relationship, as the FPA seeks to support fire testing in the UK. Read More

Security products round-up – July 2021

IFSEC Global takes readers through the latest product launches and updates to hit the security market in July. Read More

Download: Fire Safety Enforcement Director’s Briefing

A free download from Barbour EHS on fire safety enforcement and relevant authorities, covering key information organisations need to know. Read More

IDEMIA and Bosch announce global partnership to unlock potential of biometrics access control market

IDEMIA has announced a global partnership with Bosch to "tap the fast-growing biometric access control market". Read More

Data protection

BSIA and Crimestoppers partner up to launch National Shred Day

National Shred Day is set to take place on Saturday 2nd October, launched by the BSIA and national charity, Crimestoppers. Read More

Acquisitions

Motorola Solutions to acquire cloud-based Openpath

Motorola Solutions has acquired cloud-based mobile access control provider, Openpath Security Inc. Read More

Is smart access control the next security evolution?

Adam Stroud explains why smart access and credentials could become common features of smart-building infrastructure over the next five years. Read More

CCTV

New research on CCTV camera prevalence in cities uses Google street view

New research revealing city CCTV camera locations suggests London isn't quite the 'CCTV capital of the world'. So, which cities are ahead? Read More

Building safety

Calls for building safety professionals to test new regulatory compliance tools

UL is calling for housing providers, facilities managers and social landlord ‘early adopters’ to test two new compliance products in the UK. Read More

EWS-1 Forms

Mortgage lenders to cover the cost of making EWS-1 cladding forms public

UK Finance has announced that seven mortgage lenders will cover the cost of making existing EWS1 forms publicly available. Read More