Supreme Security Systems Inc., a private electronic security company in New Jersey ranked No. 53 on the SDM 100, appointed David B. Bitton to the role of president. Prior to this position, Bitton served as the company’s vice president and COO for 16 years. He is taking over the role from his father, Robert Bitton, who joined the company in 1960 and took over leadership of the company from his own father, Sidney Bitton, in 1964.
A Chicago Police Department (CPD) spokesperson said the department would soon announce a pilot program in which it will join forces with video doorbell maker Ring, potentially giving police access to thousands of residential cameras in Chicago, according to an article published by the Chicago Sun Times on September 18.
ABLOY USA continues to enhance its burgeoning distributor network with the addition of Accredited Lock Supply. Headquartered in Secaucus, N.J., it is the largest single source wholesale distributor in the U.S. with an inventory of more than 250,000 commercial, industrial and residential products available to security professionals.
ASSA ABLOY will show GSX 2019 attendees the latest innovations in its security and life safety offerings and hold special events and educational opportunities for conference attendees at its booth, #1303.
Allied Universal, a security and facility services company in North America, announced a broad array of new all-inclusive capabilities and divisions, which will be showcased at the Global Security Exchange Conference (Booth #523) Sept. 8-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Royal Boon Edam, a global provider of security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced the appointment of Valerie Anderson as the new president and managing director of Boon Edam Inc., the subsidiary responsible for sales in the Americas.
At GSX 2019, in booth #251, Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, will announce a new line of AI cameras and the availability in September for Wisenet WAVE 4.0, the next version of the company’s VMS (Video Management System) designed to support the advanced features and license-free onboard video analytics that are unique to Hanwha cameras.