March Networks Expands Cannabis Solution with Cova POS Integration

March Network announced the integration of its Searchlight for Retail software with Cova, the point-of-sale software system designed specifically for cannabis dispensaries. The integration enables cannabis businesses using the Cova POS platform to improve performance and profitability with Searchlight’s video-based business intelligence. Through its unique combination of surveillance video, POS transaction data and analytics, Searchlight helps retailers gather transformative insights.

Las Vegas Marijuana Facility Relies on 3xLOGIC infinias Access Control

3xLOGIC announced that integrator partner, Harris Tec, reports the successful installation of a 3xLOGIC infinias access control system for their customer. On November 8, 2016, Nevada voters approved Question 2, which legalizes, regulates, and taxes recreational marijuana throughout the state and allow adults age 21 or older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants. Marijuana is largely a cash business and with high-value inventory also on-premise, security is of utmost concern for such an entity.

DirectView Enters Into Early Stage Discussions With Several Marijuana Industry Companies To Provide Video Surveillance And Access Control Solutions

NEW YORK, February 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — DirectView Holdings, Inc. (OTC: DIRV), a company focused on ownership and management of leading video and security technology companies, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, DirectView Security Systems, Inc. ("DirectView Security"), has begun early stage discussions with several marijuana industry companies to provide a number of potential video surveillance and access control solutions. DirectView Security sees tremendous growth potential for the Company in this rapidly evolving industry as companies scramble to develop a foothold and meet the ever changing legal requirements for security for both growers and dispensaries. According to several published reports typical dispensaries will need to employ dozens of security cameras, motion detectors, infrared sensors, and 24/7 recording. At most dispensaries, those entering must pass through three doors, show ID and present a verified doctor’s note. With the sale of medical marijuana being approved and rolled out in over 18 states and the sale of marijuana for recreational use already approved in Colorado and Washington, this industry is experiencing rapid growth. According to an April 2013 article published in the Wall Street Journal, an estimated 2,000 to 4,000 businesses produce marijuana legally under state laws. In each state a marijuana related company must meet strict guidelines for security and these requirements often vary. In Massachusetts, for example, according to a February 2014 article in the Boston Globe, the law requires video cameras to be installed and operating in all areas that contain marijuana: in parking lots, safes, vaults, sales […]