Vanderbilt Industries News

STANLEY Security Expands Network Of VARs To Distribute Suite Of EyeLock Iris-based Identity Authentication Products Across The US

STANLEY Security, a leading provider of access control and integrated security solutions, announces it has expanded its network of value-added resellers (VARs) to distribute its suite of EyeLock iris-based identity authentication products and technology solutions. The channel now includes Vanderbilt Industries, Low Voltage Contractors, Stone Security and Xentry Systems Integration. Launched in 2011, STANLEY Security’s EyeLock product solutions provide a dual-iris authentication method for...

Vanderbilt Industries Integrates SMS Physical Access Control System With IDV Solutions Visual Command Center ERV Platform

Vanderbilt Industries and IDV Solutions, LLC recently announced that the companies have formed a technical partnership and completed an integration of Vanderbilt’s SMS physical access control system (PACS) with IDV Solutions’ Visual Command Center® enterprise risk visualisation (ERV) platform. Using a combination of the two technologies, security operations teams can visualise alarms for events like doors propped open, windows forced, or unauthorized entry attempts. Visual Comma...

Vanderbilt's Acquisition Of Siemen's Security Products Business In Europe Creates New Global Player

There’s a new international company in the security market this week with the acquisition of Siemens’ Security Products business in Europe by Vanderbilt Industries, a new U.S. company that rebranded the Schlage Security Management Systems (SMS) product line after acquiring it from Ingersoll Rand in August 2012. The European arm of the new global player will be called Vanderbilt International, based out of Germany and led by Managing Director Joseph Grillo, who many remember from his...

Vanderbilt To Acquire Siemens' Security Product Business

Vanderbilt Industries, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced today it has entered into an agreement to acquire Siemens’ Security Products business, part of the Siemens’ Building Technologies Division. The business will be renamed Vanderbilt International. Security industry veteran Joseph J. Grillo will be Managing Director, working from the new operational headquarters in Germany.The acquisition will significantly boost Vanderbilt&...

AMAG Technology Appoints Lisa Anne As New Western Region Business Development Manager

Lisa Anne will overlook relationships with industry consultants and engineers to identify new business Continuing with AMAG Technology’s restructuring and expansion initiative to provide increased support to its engineer and consultant customer base, the company welcomes Lisa Anne Grossman to the Business Development team. Based in California, Lisa Anne is the new Western Region Business Development Manager. Her core objectives are to develop relationships with industry...

Web-based Access Control System From Vanderbilt Industries Unveiled

Vanderbilt Industries, a global leader in access control innovation, recently announced the introduction of lite blue™, a new 2-door web-based access control system with expansion capabilities to 8 devices.  lite blue™ boasts the same easy-to-use software as the company’s bright blue® Intelligent Access Management System and is easily upgradeable to a full bright blue 32-door system.  The Vanderbilt lite blue™ controller includes two on-board reader interfa...

ONVIF To Showcase At ISC West 2014 For The First Time

ONVIF will also showcase Profile S for video and audio streaming, its first and most widely adopted profile ONVIF, the leading global standardization initiative for IP-based physical security products, announced recently plans for its first-ever exhibit at ISC West, scheduled for April 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. At Booth 23135 in the New Exhibitor Pavilion, ONVIF will display the recently released Profile C, which extends the functionality of the ONVIF global interface specif...

Siemens’ SiPass Entro Access Control Products Secure Arctic Airbase

Siemens SiPass Entro access control products have been in use at the base for more than 10 years Thule Air Base in Greenland, the US Armed Forces’ northernmost location, has some of the most extreme weather in the world. Temperatures down to -60oF are commonplace, and the world’s second highest wind speed of 207 miles per hour was measured on the base. Despite these challenging conditions, standard SiPass Entro access control products from Siemens have been in...

SIA Government Summit 2013 To Be Held At The W Hotel In Washington, DC

The SIA Government Summit provides attendees with unique insights to understand the security industry The Security Industry Association (SIA) Government Summit, the premier annual public policy conference in the security industry, will be held June 4-5, 2013 at the W Hotel in Washington, DC. The SIA Government Summit provides attendees with unique insights that help them better understand how policy drives business in the security industry. The exclusive nature of the setting...

Siemens Appoints Matthias Rebellius To Lead Its Building Technologies Division In The US

Rebellius will be responsible for the financial, operational and competitive success of the US-based business Siemens announced recently that it has appointed Matthias Rebellius to lead the company’s Building Technologies (BT) Division of the Infrastructure & Cities Sector in the United States, effective June 1, 2012. As president, Rebellius will be responsible for the financial, operational and competitive success of Siemens’ U.S.-based building automation, fi...

Siemens Meets Special Requirements For Retail Bank Security

In the retail banking sector, requirements for intrusion detection and related security measures are necessarily more stringent and more specialized than in most other areas of business and commerce.  Alistair Enser of Siemens Building Technologies Division, Security Products business segment, addresses some of these special requirements, and explains how they are being met by modern security systems. In the banking world, the threat of unwanted intrusions into premises leading to loss of...

RFID – One System For A Host Of Healthcare Applications

With healthcare facilities facing budget cuts and reductions in personnel, it is increasingly difficult to maintain high quality care around the clock.  Employing technology to help in the process is now commonplace, with Siemens RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tracing solutions adopted by many facilities throughout the world. Modern wireless technology allows the determination of the location of any object or person in real time.  In hospitals or other healthcare facilities, th...