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SSN News Poll: Companies get set for ISC West in 2018

Respondents show interest in The Connected Security Expo @ ISC West

YARMOUTH, Maine—ISC West 2018, which will be held in Las Vegas from April 11 through 14, is one of the biggest trade shows and gathering points for the security industry. From mid-February to mid-March Security Systems News gathered opinions from its readers on the upcoming show.

Global public safety and security market growing

North America expected to be largest market share

PUNE, India—According to a MarketsandMarkets study, the market for public safety and security is growing globally, with the North American market comprising the biggest share.

How I Use My System: Mark Ein


Mark Ein, chairman of Kastle Systems, recently told Security Systems News about the security system he has at his home.

Medical Guardian adds Sunil Vulli as its new CTO

Vulli sees IoT improving and empowering the end user’s experience

PHILADELPHIA—Medical Guardian recently added its first CTO, Sunil Vulli, whose experience with the lifestyle consumer products will help the company as it develops new products and offerings.

Nortek Security & Control announces new certification program

New training focuses on hands-on approach

CARLSBAD, Calif.—Nortek Security & Control recently announced a new Technician Certification Training Program, with distributor training events, on-site education and webinars throughout 2018.

Resolution Products and ipDatatel now branded Alula

Company will be exhibiting at ISC West under the Alula name

HUDSON, Wis.—Alula, the new brand for Resolution Products and ipDatatel headquartered here, officially launched today, alongside the release of the Alula Connect+ platform—the first new product offering that combines influence from ipDatatel and Resolution Products.


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SSN News Poll May 2018

Rave Mobile Safety recently released survey info on employees’ understanding and perception of their workplaces’ emergency plans. Active shooters have become a more prevalent concern for schools, businesses and other meeting areas. Can security companies be better involved with emergency management?