Vanderbilt Industries News

IFSEC Will Reflect Industry's Rapid Growth, Says Analyst/speaker

This year's IFSEC International show in London will provide a reflection of the physical security industry's rapid growth, especially in the video sector, says one industry observer who is also a speaker at the show, coming up 16-18 June. “If we look at the overall trend, it is no surprise to anyone that IP is driving the growth and the future of the security business,” says Jim McHale, managing director of research company Memoori, and a speaker at IFSEC. Secur...

Siemens Completes Security Products Business Sale

This product business was transferred to the prominent US security company Vanderbilt Effective from 1st June 2015, the global Siemens Building Technologies Division has completed the sale of its Security Products business. This product business, which offers hardware for intrusion detection, access control and video surveillance, was transferred to the prominent US security company Vanderbilt. All affected employees have transferred to Vanderbilt, which will remain an import...

Open Architecture In Access Control - Room For Improvement

Integrators and end users should be aware that their definition of open might differ from those of security manufacturers Much of the buzz in the industry today about open architecture is driven by the IT world, with many security-related decisions now falling on an organization’s IT department, where true open architecture has been around for a long time. Closed systems like we’ve experienced in the security world are not just viewed as foreign to the IT world; th...

Vanderbilt SMS Access Control Database Deployed At College Of Saint Rose

Security officers make the most of the solution’s rich feature-set, which includes unlimited reporting Customer Located in the heart of Albany, New York’s capital city, The College of Saint Rose offers 4,500 students a rigorous educational experience that extends their learning beyond the campus to the vibrant urban environment in which they live. Fostering community involvement, The College of Saint Rose opens its doors to the public throughout the day, but in so...

Vanderbilt Completes Security Products From Siemens Acquisition

Vanderbilt Industries, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Security Products from Siemens, as previously announced in October 2014. The purchase fits with Vanderbilt’s strategic expansion plans and the new operation will be headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany, with Joseph Grillo as its Managing Director. European Market Position ‘The acquisition of Security Products from Siemens buil...

Vanderbilt To Demonstrate Its Latest Innovations At IFSEC International 2015

This will be first appearance of Vanderbilt at a trade event following its completion of acquisition of Security Products from Siemens Vanderbilt, formerly Security Products from Siemens, has announced that it will appear at IFSEC International 2015, which takes place on 16th-18th June at ExCeL, London. The company will demonstrate its latest innovations to over 30,000 expected visitors from over 150 countries, at what is the largest event of its kind for the security industry...

Vanderbilt Appoints Stephen Gaul As Midwest Regional Sales Manager

Gaul will be responsible for supporting Vanderbilt’s security integration partners and end users in the Midwest Vanderbilt, a global leader in the delivery of innovative, highly reliable technologies that help organizations ensure safety and security, recently announced the addition of Stephen Gaul as the new Midwest Regional Sales Manager.   Supporting End-Users And Integration Partners: Gaul has more than 30 years of physical security and low voltage experience,...

Online And Offline Locks: Leveraging The Best Of Both Options

Online wireless locks enable real-time online access control functionality Organizations require more than a “one-size-fits-all” approach from their access control technology. Today, integrators leverage a mix of both online wireless and offline locks to provide a more customized system for each end user. By combining online and offline locks, integrators have the ability to expand the limits of an access control system, with more doors and greater capabilities tha...

Vanderbilt And SwiftData Technology New Strategic Partners

The partnership combines Vanderbilt’s security management solutions with SwiftData’s Pinwheel DME Vanderbilt, a global leader in the delivery of innovative, highly reliable technologies that help organizations ensure safety and security, announced recently a strategic partnership with SwiftData Technology, a provider of custom-configurable data management systems. The partnership combines Vanderbilt’s industry-leading access control and security management so...

Vanderbilt Preparing To Finalize Acquisition From Siemens

The sale of Siemens’ Security Products to Vanderbilt is expected to close by the end of March, and already the owner-to-be is making good progress to form a new stand-alone company. Notably, the pending transaction is not a sale of company shares but rather a sale of assets, in this case product lines in the access control, CCTV and intrusion categories. In effect, a company is being created to manage those assets, and Vanderbilt has been working for the last several months to create the...

Vanderbilt Industries Provides SMS Access Control System At Crider Foods, Georgia

Vanderbilt SMS system manages access for over 500 employees and contractors spread over 11 locations Vanderbilt Industries, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, recently announced that Crider Foods, Stillmore, GA, relies on Vanderbilt Industries SMS Access Control system to provide security for its large production and processing facilities. Tutela, Inc., out of Brunswick, GA, is the integrator and installer on this long-running project. Privately owne...

Security Is Better Than Ever! The Industry Is Optimistic Looking To 2015

Dozens of suppliers, dealers, installers and industry organisations participated in our First Annual Security Market Review and Forecast 2014 was a great time to be in the security industry, and 2015 will be even better. This is the optimistic view shared among industry leaders contacted by SourceSecurity.com and asked to reflect on the market in 2014 and to look ahead to the New Year. Dozens of suppliers, dealers, installers and industry organizations participated in o...