Boon Edam Inc., a global provider of security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced that a recent IHS Markit report on the pedestrian security entrance market for the period of 2016-2018 showed Boon Edam as the continued market leader by a considerable margin in the Americas.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Canadian physical security specialist company TSI Security Inc. is joining the RHEA Group to create a portfolio of cyber and physical security solutions. Together, their products, expertise and experience will enable the combined team to offer a unique spectrum of security services to government departments and other industries across Canada and Europe.
The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place last week, Jan. 6-9, in sunny Las Vegas, and while most physical security companies save their unveilings for March, when the security industry gathers in the same Sin City for ISC West, CES provided an interesting look at what sort of security products are appealing to the consumer right now — especially in the smart home.
DIY security provider Ring today announced its new Control Center alongside six new products at CES 2020 that further expand its whole-home security lineup, enabling users to have more control of their devices and security.