Honeywell has appointed Michael Flink president of its global security and fire business in Honeywell Home and Building Technologies. He will report to Terrence Hahn in his new role. Flink, who most recently served as ADI’s global president, replaces David Paja, who has left for a position outside Honeywell. Rob Aarnes, who most recently led ADI’s North America operations, has been appointed president of ADI Global.
Rave Mobile Safety, provider of critical communication and data platform solutions, announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has formally recognized Rave Alert, Smart911 (the Rave 911 Suite) and Rave Panic Button as qualified anti-terrorism technologies through the award of both SAFETY Act Designation and SAFETY Act Certification. Through this award, key components of the Rave Platform are now on the DHS SAFETY Act’s Approved Technologies list.
The 2017 applications for the Top Systems Integrators Report and SDM 100 are now available. If your company was ranked on either of these reports in 2016, you will have received an email on Feb. 13, 2017, with a link to a pre-populated application form.
Tyco Security Products announced that Software House C•CURE 9000 now integrates with Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System by Shooter Detection Systems, a provider of gunshot detection technology.
Convergint Technologies, a worldwide provider of service-based systems integration and No. 2 on the SDM Top Systems Integrators Report, acquired Post Browning, a full-service systems integrator providing consultation, installation and maintenance for the retail banking industry.
Entech Sales and Service Inc., No. 14 on SDM’s Top Systems Integrators Report, announced they are acquiring Oklahoma City based Logical Building Solutions Inc. (LBS). Entech will merge all assets and operations of LBS into its existing business structure. Entech’s new Oklahoma City office will operate under the name Logical Building Systems.
Razberi Technologies surveyed more than 100 security systems integrators and enterprise security leaders, discovering that when it comes to video surveillance systems, security professionals are most focused on maintaining quality at the right cost, simplifying management, and improving reliability.
The video surveillance market is evolving with changing technology and greater integration. Integrators such as Sonitrol of Evansville's Chris Dingman are finding these opportunities as the market continues its upward trend. Read more about SDM February Issue.