Homeland Security Advances Impact Infrastructure

November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p106
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The article focuses on homeland security. The Roam Secure Alert Network also known as ReadyNotifyPA was launched by Philadelphia and other countries for emergency mass notification. The new version of Agentase CAD-Kit, a chemical agent point detection system, was launched by the ICx Technologies. The Local Preparedness Acquisition Act ensures state and local governments can purchase fire alarm systems, video surveillance systems, and other homeland security products at reduced prices.


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