Senstar Symphony (formerly Aimetis Symphony) has received Lenel factory certification and joined the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program (OAAP). Senstar Symphony interfaces with the OnGuard access control system, providing customers with an enhanced platform for security monitoring.
Last year, Star Asset Security, an industry expert in high-end integrated security systems, turned to ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions with a new demand it was seeing in the built environment: the need for an access control system that would work on shared assets such as lockers and desks, but with the caveat that the employee could select any locker or desk on any given day and continuously change their selection throughout the week.
It was a good year — for many even a great one. But more and more, when it comes to access control it is a tale of two markets: the small business and small/medium enterprise SMB/SME market and the large enterprise.
At its 16th annual Security Engineering Symposium (SES), held Feb. 17-20 at La Canterra Resort and Spa in San Antonio, Texas, AMAG Technology brought together more than 80 integrators, consultants/engineers and end users, along with several key manufacturing partners, to discuss where the company is headed.
Tyco Security Products announced that Pennsylvania State University has invested in security technology from Tyco Security Products to protect and manage access and video in its residence halls and other areas of its campuses.
South East Water, based in Melbourne, Australia, recently upgraded its mix of standalone, legacy monitoring systems with an integrated, flexible video surveillance platform from Milestone Systems to support the organization’s ambitious technology and innovation strategy.
There is something special about Canada in the winter. It’s cold, yes. But on a recent press tour of Genetec’s world headquarters in Montréal, which included a pre-stop in the beautiful Winter Carnival city of Québec and a tour of that city’s airport before a day-long headquarters tour and sneak peak of the company’s direction and new products, the feeling was one of excitement and innovation.
SDM attended the premiere of Dunbar Security’s new managed Security Solutions Division — and a state-of-the-art operations center that combines security systems, protective services and cybersecurity all under one roof.
As the cover asserts, this year may be a tipping point for access control sales — with big data, cloud, cyber and more causing customers to rethink and retool their access control and identity management systems.
Also in June, the latest developments in Central Station Software, the "Most Popular Brands Among the SDM 100", and much more.