Applicants from leading systems integration, architecture, design, engineering and consulting firms are invited to submit case studies from successful projects that demonstrate excellence in design and innovation in sport venue security integration and had safety and security front and center in planning and execution.
Faraday Future has selected AMAG’s Symmetry Enterprise Access Control System and Symmetry CompleteView Video Management System to secure its headquarters building in Gardena, Calif. AMAG’s Symmetry products will also be installed in its soon-to-be-built world-class, environmentally-friendly manufacturing facility in North Las Vegas, Nev.
Identiv, Inc., Fremont, Calif., has entered into an agreement with Cisco Systems Inc. to provide solutions for the Internet of Everything (IoE). The IoE is the intelligent connection of people, processes, data and things to the Internet, bringing unprecedented economic opportunities to both the private and public sectors.
Unlimited Technology, SDM’s 2014 Systems Integrator of the Year, knows it can handle anything and everything its customers and projects demand, because it is built upon a foundation of strong engineering capabilities and internal processes it has developed over the last year.
Examples of excellence can be found in many places throughout the security industry. The companies that strive for it should be commended for their efforts that offer the end result of a great customer experience.
The 2014 Central Station of the Year winner is COPS Monitoring, which is Five Diamond and IQ certified, as well as the holder of multiple UL listings including UL 2050. COPS Monitoring operates five hot redundant and load-sharing UL-listed central stations.
Across the industry, manufacturers are being pushed by end users to be more open, Reich says. “We are major advocates of driving the open communication standards and embracing them both from the standpoint of our technology and helping as an industry drive the maturity of the standards so they do provide the value to integrators and end users.
The tech world is advancing the cloud model. This is a business reality. History repeats itself; last century companies shoveled coal and used water wheels to produce their own power to run the business until electric companies emerged.
With its acquisition of Systems Integration Corp. (SIC), VTI Security integrators has become the largest privately held systems integration company in the Rocky Mountain region, according to Thomas Asp, VTI’s president and CEO.