Alula, a provider of smart security and automation systems for professional installers and the award-winning inventors of the Connect+ platform, announced the launch of a professional partner program that provides incentives, marketing support, product training and access to an online resource center.
On Nov. 14-16, hundreds of professionals gathered in Miami, Fla., for Honeywell’s 2019 Building for the Future event. Featuring presentations, breakout sessions and an innovation showcase, this provided a unique chance for those involved with Honeywell to connect and learn more about what the company is working on — which was particularly interesting since this was the first conference Honeywell held since separating from Resideo in 2018.
This year, CEDIA is launching a new awards platform that streamlines the entry process. This new system walks entrants through each step of the submission, and project details can be entered in stages or all at once.
At the end of one decade and the beginning of another, security lock and hardware vendors reflect on the technologies that shaped the past 10 years, and those that will shape the short- and long-term market of the future.
They say that hindsight is 20/20. So as we go into the year 2020 it seems fitting to reflect back, while at the same time looking ahead at the most influential trends that shaped — or will shape — the security lock and door hardware market.
WESCO International Inc., a provider of electrical, industrial and communications MRO and OEM products, construction materials, advanced supply chain management and logistics services, and Anixter International Inc., a global distributor of network and security solutions, electrical and electronic solutions and utility power solutions, announced that their boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive merger agreement under which WESCO will acquire Anixter in a transaction valued at approximately $4.5 billion.
ONVIF, a global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, hosted its 21st Developers’ Plugfest late last year in Rome, an event that highlighted the continued demand for interoperable solutions.
CANASA has joined forces with the Global Life Safety Alliance to support and grow both CANASA and The Global Life Safety community at large. The Alliance is designed to connect, educate and advance the best practices of the security industry on a global level.
The Security Industry Association (SIA), the leading trade association representing more than 1,000 companies and organizations developing and delivering security solutions, testified today before the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform.
In our February issue we present our 2020 “State of the Market: Video Surveillance” report. Also, find out more on "The Cloud is a Win-Win for Security Integrators & End Users". Read about the "Uncommon Ways to Use Video Management Systems " and discover the latest and greatest products.