Multinational property and infrastructure company, Lendlease, is using IP video entry and access control from Urmet at a 16-storey apartment block and townhouses surrounding the largest park to be built in London for 70 years.
Property management company, Common, moved from DVR to the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS for all current and future properties.
When the University of Birmingham opened its newest accommodation block, it required an access control system to meet the unique needs of a student population.
The gated community Highland Springs wanted to keep an accurate time log of who had access to the community and when. Nedap's TRANSIT was implemented by Federal Protection to offer the best solution that exactly meets the communities’ criteria.
The Country Club at DC Ranch is a unique gem in the Arizona desert. The warm environment facilitates quality social and recreation experiences for members. Scottsdale-based systems integrator, ICU, partnered with IDIS and proactive video monitoring service provider, Surveillance Acquisition Response...
The Bosch team worked closely with the Mayor and Member of Parliament for Chalong Subdistrict to put together a video surveillance system that met the Municipality’s needs.
Urmet is providing its IPervoice video entry and access control solution to London City Island, a project in Docklands being dubbed ‘Mini Manhattan.’ As well as accommodation, the 12-acre redeveloped site will feature offices, arts organisations, a gallery and retail outlets.
Brivo, a provider of cloud-based physical access control and video systems, announced Lifestyle Communities (LC), a niche residential real estate development and assessment management company, launched a mobile access control capability, Brivo Mobile Pass, to meet the growing demands of its resident...
The global residential security systems market will grow steadily over the next four years, according to a recent report released by Technavio. A rise in the number of threats to residential buildings is cited as a primary growth driver.
Q One and Q Two are both former office blocks that have been repurposed in carbon-friendly projects to utilize the existing structures of the buildings.