Commercial security system

ASSA ABLOY Joins Z-Wave Alliance’s Board Of Directors

The Z-Wave Alliance, an open consortium of leading global companies deploying the Z-Wave smart home standard, today announces the addition of ASSA ABLOY to the Alliance Board of Directors. Owner of leading and trusted lock brands such as Yale, Mul-T-Lock and ABLOY, ASSA ABLOY joins principal members ADT, Alarm.com, FIBARO, Huawei, Ingersoll-Rand, Jasco Products, LEEDARSON, LG Uplus, Nortek Security & Control, SmartThings, and Sigma Designs. Smart Security And Connected Access Control &ldqu...

Yale Commercial Launches 6000 Series Exit Devices With A-ALR Emergency Exit Technology

Yale Commercial, an ASSA ABLOY group company is pleased to announce its A-ALR emergency exit option for 6000 Series exit devices. Featuring the sleek lines of the original 6000 Series exit device, with the complete features of an alarmed exit device, the new A-ALR emergency exit option for the Yale 6000 Series exit device is suitable for commercial applications concerned with loss prevention, including retail, hospitality and more. The 6000 Series exit device with A-ALR emergency exit option ha...

GJD Expands Team With Salvador Torras As Sales Consultant For Spanish And Portuguese Markets

GJD is pleased to welcome Salvador Torras as the company’s Spanish and Portuguese Sales Consultant. The incorporation of Salvador will strengthen the company’s export sales team and demonstrate GJD’s commitment to increasing its presence in Spain and Portugal. GJD Distribution Networks Salvador has worked in the security industry since 1995 in various senior product management roles. Salvador brings direct experience of providing local commercial support, as well as creating...

FERMAX Introduces PhotoCaller: For Additional Community And Home Security

Digitalization has reached the residential and commercial building sector. Now there are new applications to improving security in both residences and buildings. DUOX, the digital technology for home communications from FERMAX, is the first fully digital video door entry system in two non-polarized wires. This digital technology is one of the easiest to install on the market. DUOX door entry monitors are programmed in only 4 seconds on average. In addition to the great technical advantages and...

Unmanned Security & Safety Expo 2018 To Focus On Drones & Robotics For Commercial And Government Security

Reed Exhibitions, an event organiser, announced the launch of Unmanned Security & Safety Expo 2018, set to take place November 14 & 15 in New York City. The all-new event is focused on drones & robotics for commercial and government security and safety use-cases and drone detection/anti-drone solutions. The launch is an expansion of the success of the Unmanned Security segment at Reed Exhibitions’ flagship ISC West this past April in Las Vegas. Unmanned Security & Safety Ex...

UNION Launches KeyPRIME Patented Master Reversible Keying System

UNION, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, a global provider of door opening solutions, has launched the new keyPRIME patented dimple cylinder platform, with an all-new reversible key design. Through the existing patent protection and with an expected lifetime extension until 2036, UNION keyPRIME currently offers the longest patent protection in the market. The patent offers secure key control with key blanks only available from restricted UNION keyPRIME stockists and dealers. UNION keyPRIME is a hig...

Round Table Discussions

How Many Megapixels Are Enough In Video Surveillance?

Higher pixel count is better. It’s a basic tenet of the video surveillance market, or at least it is the implication as manufacturers continue to tout their latest products offering ever-higher pixel counts. But the reality is more nuanced, as our Expert Panel Roundtable panellists explain this week. Pixel count shouldn’t be seen as an end unto itself, but rather as a factor in determining what camera is applicable to which application. Pixel count is just one factor of several to co...

Which Non-Security Uses Of Video Are Catching On?

For many years, generally speaking, the use of video surveillance has been seen as an extension of an end user customer’s security system. However, recently, we have also heard about how video can help customers more generally, providing benefits that extend beyond security and encompass better operations and management. Easier economic justification is one important aspect of looking more broadly at the benefits of video surveillance to the enterprise as a whole. Better return on investme...