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  • ASSA ABLOY acquires Bluvision in the U.S.
    ASSA ABLOY has acquired Bluvision, a leading US Bluetooth Low Energy (“BLE”) provider in the enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) market.
    Editor / Provider: ASSA ABLOY | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 1
  • Vision-Box ensures border control at major Australian airports
    Automated Border Control eGates in Australia, with passengers of all ages and all nationalities being able to leave the country, using the Automated Border Clearance solution, by simply presenting their passport and looking at a camera to clear the Border.
    Editor / Provider: Vision-Box | Updated: 2016 / 12 / 1
  • New hire continues expansion at ISD Tech
    ISD Tech, an agile life safety and security systems integrator, annonced the appointment of Richard Gates to the position of Life Safety Project Design Engineer based out of the company's headquarters in Camberley, Surrey.
    Editor / Provider: ISD Tech | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 30
  • Samsung IP video earns high grade at Utah school district
    Many of the campus at Utah school district uses Samsung security equipment to monitor the school's surroundings. A variety of dome and PTZ cameras were set up in different areas in the schools and was able to capture important incidents.
    Editor / Provider: Hanwha Techwin | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 29
  • Security 50 part 4: Growth companies grow their end-to-end solutions
    One point that most of our Security 50 high-growth companies share in common is their efforts to push their end-to-end video surveillance solutions to integrators, who can save on upfront purchasing cost and enjoy other benefits.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 29
  • Security 50 part 5: Hikvision replaces Honeywell as the world Number 1
    On the video surveillance side of a&s Security 50 this year, in line with what most of the global professionals anticipated and IHS' latest ranking, Hikvision Digital Technology finally became the world's largest security company in terms of its 2015 annual revenue.
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 30
  • Security 50 part 2: Access control companies make for robust growth
    Following the growth engine of major Chinese video surveillance companies that made the top 10 in the a&s Security 50 ranking, ASSA ABLOY and Safran Identity & Security both focused on access control and reported record growth this year.
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 25
  • Security 50 part 1: Price competition testing company's flexibility
    The past two years were quite challenging for most of the security manufacturers around the world. The main problem is not about a change in global demand for security products or weaker economic development in some countries.
    Editor / Provider: Jill Lai | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 24

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