Vanderbilt Industries News

Vanderbilt To Host A Series Of Talks On Security Industry Hot Topics At IFSEC International 2016

The Innovation Talks will include two presentations from John O'Donnell, Product Manager at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt has announced that it will host a series of free to attend Innovation Talks at IFSEC International 2016, which takes place on 21st-23rd June at ExCeL, London. Experts from the company will be joined by guest speakers from its technology partners, who will offer insight and guidance on a number of hot topics that are currently affecting the security industry. Each...

Qognify Situator And Vanderbilt SPC Intrusion Integration

Qognify/Vanderbilt integration enables optimal handling of scenarios triggered by alarm panels, motion detectors, and other smart intrusion detectors Qognify, formerly NICE Security, has announced that it has completed the integration of Vanderbilt’s SPC Intrusion Detection system with its market-leading Situation Management solution, Situator. The integration was initially designed for a security-conscious customer in the banking sector, and is now available to customer...

How Can Security Integrators/Installers Stand Out In The Market?

It’s a challenging time for security integrators and installers. Equipment prices are going down (along with margins), and commoditization is wiping away what used to be the advantage of exclusively offering a top product brand. Integrators can continue to succeed by finding a way to move ahead of the pack – but how? We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: How should integrators/installers differentiate themselves or make themselves stand out in today’s market?

Vanderbilt To Demonstrate Latest Access Control, Intruder Detection And CCTV Product Innovations At IFSEC International 2016

Vanderbilt will be hosting a series of ‘Innovation Talks’ with key partners on areas such as closed network systems, integration & automation One year after its launch at the same exhibition, visitors to IFSEC International 2016 are being encouraged to visit stand G1250 and see why Vanderbilt continues to create such a buzz in the security industry. A Year On From Launch The company’s combination of global reach, independent structure and technical expe...

How Successful Was ISC West 2016 For Security Industry Exhibitors And Visitors?

The security market in the United States has been in a collective state of exhilaration since ISC West. The (possibly) unprecedented success of the big trade show has left us all feeling optimistic about the year ahead. Members of our Expert Panel Roundtable are joining the chorus of compliments for the show as they answer this week’s question: How successful was ISC West 2016? Did it meet your expectations?

ISC West 2016: Physical Security Industry Focuses On Incorporating Audio, Video And Other Safeguards In An Integrated Approach

Access control now includes a strong focus on the data integration sideof the business, as showcased at this year’s ISC West When the category of physical security emerged many decades ago, it was literally all about locks, hardware and creating barriers such as fences to keep people out. Fast forward to ISC West 2016 in Las Vegas this week, where the focus is on intelligent solutions, smart data, cloud-based access control and incorporating audio, video and a wide r...

Vanderbilt Introduces Eric Widlitz As North America VP Of Sales And VI Connect Data Management System At ISC West 2016

Vanderbilt VI Connect integrates Vanderbilt’s Security Management System with third-party applications Vanderbilt, a global leader in the delivery of innovative, highly reliable technologies that help organizations ensure safety and security, announced recently it will showcase Vanderbilt VI Connect, a custom-configurable data management system, during this year’s ISC West Conference and Expo, being held April 6-8, 2016, at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas. Vanderbilt w...

How Is The Rise In Terrorism Impacting The Physical Security Market?

Terrorism is in the headlines all over the world. After any such incident, many of us in the physical security market find ourselves asking: What could we have done to prevent it? Assessing risk and preventing catastrophes before the fact are part of our market’s DNA; and yet, too often the random nature of terrorist attacks and their targeting of public places leave us unsure of anything anyone could have done. How can we translate the benefits of our industry’s products into real-w...

Vanderbilt Security Management System Ensures Public Safety And Privacy Of Information Throughout Bradford County’s Main Buildings

The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office has five Vanderbilt SMS clients running and installed 80 card readers to control access Home to 30,000 residents, Bradford County is a rural community located 45 miles Southwest of Jacksonville, Florida. Committed to keeping the county a safe place to live, work and play, the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office is mandated to protect its citizens and at the same time, safeguard sensitive criminal justice information, such as finger...

Mobile & Biometric Access Control To Build In 2016 With Increased Need For Perimeter Security

While the access control market typically moves at a near glacial pace, 2015 brought quite a bit of news to the marketplace, including the rise in advanced biometrics, the development of more and more mobile applications for access control and important acquisitions that put smaller manufacturers on the map. For Vanderbilt, 2015 was a big year as we brought the Siemens Security Products business into the fold, building our global brand and awareness of our award-winning solutions that have been...

ASIS 2015 – New Product Introductions Slow, Greater Emphasis On Service Offerings

Product innovation may have slowed in the security market in the second half of the year. On the first day of the ASIS International Show in Anaheim, California, new product introductions seemed few and far between. In fact, most manufacturers were touting small improvements to the products they announced in the spring. Some emphasized that the products unveiled (or “previewed”) in the spring are now fully ready to be shipped. ASIS has historically been more an end user show than an...

Vanderbilt Appoints Uta Ragnitz As Head Of Quality And Process Management

Ragnitz joins Vanderbilt with the aim of building on its current success, differentiating it from its competitors Vanderbilt International, a global leader in providing state-of-the-art security systems, has furthered its commitment to having unrivalled operational standards with the appointment of Uta Ragnitz as its new Head of Quality and Process Management. An experienced and proven leader, Ragnitz joins Vanderbilt with the aim of building on its current success, differenti...