MOBOTIX, a manufacturer of intelligent IP video systems, is significantly expanding its existing partner program with the MOBOTIX Partner Society. Its goal is to develop secure complete solutions based on joint innovations with MOBOTIX partners that expand the MOBOTIX portfolio and open up new markets.
Inc. Magazine revealed that Allied Universal, a security and facility services company in North America ranked No. 56 on the SDM 100 with more than 215,000 employees and revenues over $7.3 billion, ranked No. 1,617 on the annual Inc. 5000 list, a ranking of the nation’s fastest growing private companies. This will be Allied Universal’s tenth year on the list.
On Friday, August 16, American Defense Systems (Dallas, Texas) acquired Direct Protect Security and Surveillance out of Costa Mesa, Calif. Direct Protect has provided smart home solutions to residents and businesses in over 13 states for close to 10 years.
While REMO Security Doors has only been around for two and a half years, it’s already making headlines — just last week, the company was covered by FOX News, The New York Post and more for installing metal bullet-resistant security doors in a Jewish all-girls school in Brooklyn in the wake of so many mass shootings. And that’s just the first of more than 50 Jewish schools and synagogues in Brooklyn where REMO has door installation jobs lined up.
IKEA Home smart was initiated as a project in 2012 with the ambition to enrich life at home by incorporating digital elements and technologies into products and solutions. Several launches within the smart home has followed since then and now IKEA has taken the strategic decision to invest even more in the home smart area by establishing IKEA Home smart as its own business unit within IKEA of Sweden.
Securing New Ground (SNG), Oct. 29-30, 2019, is SIA’s high-impact executive conference, designed to keep you in front of business changes and help you connect directly with other security industry leaders while absorbing the most current and forward-thinking perspectives on security.
A currently moving bill in Massachusetts (S 1385) would place a moratorium on the use of facial recognition evidence by the government in any judicial proceeding, based on the stated presumption that facial recognition technology is racially biased in its application and violates personal privacy because it subjects every person to potential criminal investigation based on their appearance.
ASIS International, the world's largest membership organization for security management professionals, announced its lineup of new game changer sessions for Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019, to be held Sept. 8-12 at Chicago’s McCormick Place, which offer valuable insights and information on technologies that are rapidly changing today’s paradigm for security professionals.
In our August issue, we present "State of the Market: Smart Home". Check out the winners of "The 14th Annual Monitoring Center Excellence Awards" and "3 Recommendations for Making the Most of Today’s Intercoms". Also, check out the "5 Critical Factors for Video Power & Transmission Success".