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27 Mar 2017

ASIAL Gold Membership

News Security recently received Gold membership to the Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (ASIAL).

The Australian Security Industry Association Ltd (ASIAL) is the peak national body for the Australian Security Industry.Since its establishment in 1969, ASIAL has grown from a small network of security companies to one that today represents approximately 85% of the security industry in Australia.

Gold Corporate Membership recognises members with 16-24 years of continuous membership with ASIAL.

News Security looks forward to the continued support from ASIAL.

Read more: https://www.asial.com.au/members/recognition-program

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27 Mar 2017

Hikvision to Establish R&D Centre in Montreal and Research Institute in Silicon Valley

Hikvision, the worldwide leader in innovative, award-winning video surveillance products and solutions, announced in February that Hikvision plans to establish an R&D Centre in Montreal, Canada and a Research Institute in California’s Silicon Valley, California.

 

“These two major investments underscore Hikvision’s R&D globalisation strategy and the commitment to providing innovative, cutting-edge technology products tailored to the needs of our worldwide partners and customers,” Yangzhong Hu, CEO of Hikvision said.

 

Expected to open in 2017, the Montreal Hikvision R&D Centre will focus on engineering development. The Silicon Valley Hikvision Research Institute will focus on broad technology research.

 

Montreal is an ideal location for the new R&D Centre because of its excellent talent pool and business-friendly environment. Likewise, the high-tech hub of Silicon Valley is the logical location for the Hikvision Research Institute.

 

Based in Hangzhou, China, Hikvision has more than 8,000 R&D engineers, one of the largest in the video surveillance industry, and it dedicates about 7 percent of its revenues to R&D. The R&D Centre and Research Institute in North American will be the first established outside of China. This move is “part of Hikvision’s global strategy to advance its local support and service in regions outside of China,” said Hu.

 

(c) http://www.hikvision.com.au/Press-Release-details_74_i14558.html

 

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17 Aug 2016

Your medical alarm and the nbn™ network

Your medical alarm and the nbn™ network

The nbn™ network will replace most of the existing landline phone and internet networks. It also involves new technologies, which some existing devices may not be compatible with.

That means, if you have a medical alarm it’s important that you register it with nbn and call your medical alarm provider for advice and to find out if your service will
work on the nbn™ network. Make sure you do this well before your existing landline phone network is disconnected.

This brochure contains more information on the nbn™ network and how it affects your medical alarm.

(c) https://www.asial.com.au/news/your-medical-alarm-and-the-nbn-network

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17 Aug 2016

Raising awareness of members among consumers

Raising awareness of members among consumers, ASIAL’s high visibility Consumer Awareness Campaign is underway around Australia.

The campaign kicked off in February, with digital screens in 268 premium CBD office towers of Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane. 85 per cent of the network is made up of SME organisations, with the remainder being corporate/multinational and government. The campaign has approximately 1, 126, 077 viewers.

Phase two of the campaign is about to kick off  and will comprise  airport advertising in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth domestic airports, targeting 100 per cent of all departing and arriving passengers, as well as every entry and exit to the Qantas Club and Business Lounges.

For the remainder of the year, ASIAL has a busy schedule of print, digital and social media advertising.

All promotions will encourage participation in the SecureBiz Quiz, which will send participants in the direction of the:

 

2015 success

To give you an idea of the success of the 2015 campaign:

  • We used a mix of train, bus, billboard and radio advertising, which supported an online campaign, including social media.
  • Millions have seen the high visibility campaign, boosting ASIAL’s brand awareness therefore awareness of ASIAL membership as a security providers mark of distinction.
  • More than 1,240 Australian householders have taken the Home Security Challenge
  • More than 1400 people are now following ASIAL on Facebook for security tips, often travelling through to the Home Security Tips page
  • Around 5,000 people have accessed the ASIAL Member Search Directory between 1 July and 30 November 2015.

 

(c) http://www.asial.com.au/news/raising-awareness-of-members-among-consumers

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