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  • 2013 Security50 access control(2-2): Product trends from mechanical to electronic
    Industry experts feel that a number of technologies are maturing and will likely continue to grow incrementally in market share. These include, in addition to the shift from mechanical to electronic locks that has been in progress over the past decade, NFC, biometrics, and PoE and wireless systems.
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 26
  • 2013 Security50 access control(2-1): Standardization hits industry
    The access control industry is doing well and the market continues to present opportunities. In line with the above perspective, IMS Research, an IHS company, forecasted that the global access control market will reach US$2.3 billion by the end of 2013, from $2.1 billion in 2011.
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai, a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 25
  • Home automation with a side of security, please
    The world of the connected home is ever-evolving. As technology advances and consumer needs grow, the market for connected homes continues to advance and grow with them. In this feature, a&s takes a look at the different approaches to connected homes.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Department, a&s International | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 12
  • Key standards for smart homes: Z-Wave Alliance
    Standardization makes it economically possible to support the developer with rich documentation, developers trainings and other rich support methods such as developers conferences and extensive development and test tools. The end user benefits from standardization as it brings multiple manufacturers
    Editor / Provider: Z-Wave Alliance | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 6
  • Key standards for smart homes: KNX Association
    In smart homes, there are about a dozen standards for signal processing and communications. a&s invites some of these standards to the SMAhome column, to share their insights and future roadmaps.
    Editor / Provider: KNX Association | Updated: 2013 / 11 / 1
  • VIVOTEK announces full membership in ONVIF
    VIVOTEK is pleased to announce that it has officially been inaugurated as a full member of ONVIF, which is an open industry forum committed to promoting and developing global standards for the interfacing of IP-based security products.
    Editor / Provider: VIVOTEK | Updated: 2013 / 9 / 20
  • Yale-New Haven Hospital secured by Tyco and American Dynamics
    The YNHH organization and its parent health system occupy buildings that range from brand new to more than 150 years old. The cornucopia of access control and video surveillance technologies that accompanied these facilities, ranging in size, age and technologies, presented their own integration cha
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security | Updated: 2013 / 9 / 5
  • Assa Abloy, Nedap and others launch offline access standard
    Until recently it was hardly possible to combine several brands of electronic offline locks of different kinds of suppliers into one access control system. However, integration is a demand of many large European companies, who have announced without standardization they would not invest in electroni
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 7
  • UK boutique hotel operator rolls out standardized surveillance at 14 locations
    Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels, a luxury hotel franchise in UK with 14 distinctive hotels ranging from bijou boutique to large-scale luxury, located in London, Heathrow, Guildford and Manchester, recently upgraded its more than 700-camera analog video surveillance system with a new standardized analo
    Editor / Provider: Samsung Techwin | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 21