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Altronix, the recognized front-runner in power and data transmission products for the professional security industry, is further expanding its Trove™ series with an access and power integration solution exclusively designed to support Hartmann Controls. The pre-configured kits will accommodate up to 8 or 16 doors each and are scalable for large systems. Authorities comments “These new Trove solutions provide authorized Hartmann Controls dealers with added features and benefits that reduce installation time and labor,” said J.R. Andrews, National Sales Executive, Altronix Corporation. “We are most pleased to collaborate with Hartmann Controls in combining our technology resources to provide highly efficient access control solutions.” “Altronix’s reputation for reliability and support is second to none in our industry, and we are excited to be able to offer these fully integrated access solutions to our reseller partners,” said Andy Hartmann, President and Co-Founder of Hartmann Controls. Functions and benefits The new Trove models are pre-configured with Altronix power and accessories to support Hartmann Controls for up to 8 or 16 doors each. All Trove solutions simplify board layout and wire management while providing maximum flexibility and scalability in the design and deployment of the industry’s pioneering brands of access control. Trove enables installers to easily configure and pre-test systems prior to on-site installation and provides a single point of service and maintenance while reducing valuable time and labor.
Altronix, the globally recognized solutions provider of power and data transmission products for professional security applications, has announced that they continue to expand the company’s popular Trove Access and Power Integration Solutions. Integration with LenelS2 NetBox Altronix now seamlessly integrates its power and sub-assemblies with the LenelS2 NetBox platform for installations supporting up to 28 doors in a single housing. “Trove solves system design and installation challenges with a greater degree of versatility and cost-effectiveness,” said Ronnie Pennington, Director of Sales for the Americas, Altronix Corporation, adding “We are pleased to announce that Trove now supports even larger LenelS2 access systems.” Trove3SS3 LenelS2 controllers Altronix new Trove3SS3 is completely customizable and accommodates LenelS2 controllers with Altronix power distribution. Pre-configured kits with Altronix power and sub-assemblies are available to support systems with up to 28 doors, reducing valuable time and labor costs. These new products join Altronix Trove2 solutions for LenelS2 systems with up to 14 doors, providing more options for system designers. All Trove power and access integration solutions simplify board layout and wire management, while providing maximum flexibility and scalability in the design and deployment of the industry’s renowned access control brands. Trove enables installers to easily configure and pre-test systems prior to on-site installation and provides a single point of service and maintenance.
The Security Industry Association (SIA) has selected 12 recipients for the inaugural SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship – a program developed by the SIA Women in Security Forum designed to further educational opportunities and promote advancement for a diverse security workforce. Through this new scholarship – open to SIA members and student members – each awardee will receive $6,650 to use toward continuing education and professional development courses, conferences or webinars, SIA program offerings, repayment of student loan debt and/or other academic or education programs. “The SIA Women in Security Forum continues to break new ground, inspire me and many others and provide unique opportunities for the widest spectrum of people possible to thrive in this field through initiatives like this new scholarship offering,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson. “We congratulate this talented and historic first class of SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship winners and look forward to celebrating their many accomplishments to come.” 2020 Scholarship winners The winners for the 2020 SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship are: Ryane Burke, Partner Marketing and Events Manager, Identiv Margurie Evans, SIA student member; Event Security Lead, Phoenix Suns Antoinette King, Key Account Manager – end-user, Axis Communications Kavya Madhusudhan, Senior Project Engineer, Allegion Erin Mann, Customer Experience and Strategy Marketing Manager, Multifamily, Allegion Canada Inc. Daphne Navarro, SIA student member Sheethal Rao, Mechanical Engineer, Allegion Jenna Rolfe, SIA student member; Junior Readiness and Security Policy Officer, Global Affairs Canada Joneka Russell, Security Offer, Allied Universal Holly Sanson, Marketing Manager, ADT Commercial Kerri Sutherland, Human Resources Business Partner, Axis Communications Rachel Wyatt-Swanson, Director of Business Development, Cherokee Nation Security & Defense These honorees were selected with the help of SIA’s Scholarship Selection Committee – a group comprised of volunteers from the SIA Women in Security Forum and SIA’s Human Resources Committee. SIA thanks the scholarship committee and its chairs for their work in evaluating the 2020 scholarship applications. The leadership of women SIA’s Women in Security Forum works to engage all security professionals to promote the leadership of women SIA’s Women in Security Forum works to engage all security professionals to promote, recruit and cultivate the leadership of women for a more inclusive and diversified industry. The forum’s key efforts and activities – in addition to the scholarship – include the SIA Progress Award, which celebrates individuals who advance opportunities and pave the way to success for women in the security industry. Activities also include a quarterly virtual education series; collaborative projects with other organizations that seek to empower women in the security and technology fields; sponsorship of the Women in Biometrics Awards. Biometric identity and security industry The initiative recognizes distinguished females in the biometric identity and security industry; thought leadership opportunities; and engaging networking and professional growth events. The SIA Women in Security Forum is open to all employees of SIA member companies. The 2020 SIA Women in Security Forum Scholarship is generously supported by Diamond Level donor Axis Communications; Emerald Level donors Alarm.com, Allegion, Altronix and BCD International; Ruby Level donors Integrated Security Technologies, Brivo and Securitas. Donors Also, Sapphire Level donors Maureen Carlo, director of strategic alliances at BCD International, Ted Curtin, president of Repworks, Martha Entwistle, Women in Security Forum member, SIA CEO Don Erickson, John Gallagher, vice president of marketing at Viakoo, John Nemerofsky, chief operating officer at SAGE Integration, GSA Schedules Inc. Additionally, also supported by SAGE Integration, Security Specifiers, SoundSecure and Imperial Capital; and scholarship program affiliates SDM, SecurityInfoWatch, Security Matters, Security Sales & Integration and Security Systems News.
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