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Five Questions: Caine Mathy

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03/01/2017

Caine Mathy, who is now the security technology leader for Enterprise Fire and Security based in Milwaukee, has been with the company for nearly six years working with access control, video surveillance, security system and the integration of those systems. Security Systems News asked Mathy five questions.

News Poll: Drones are mostly for the commercial space

Respondents divided on when drones will take hold
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03/01/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine—More companies in the security space have been looking at drones; Alarm.com announced its drones at CES 2017 and Sunflower Labs recently outlined a structure for autonomous drones in the residential sector. Security Systems News readers shared their views of the technology in SSN’s latest news poll.

Global biometrics market to grow at nearly 17 percent CAGR

North America to be largest sector to 2022
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03/01/2017

PUNE, India—Research firm MarketsandMarkets expects the global biometrics market to reach almost $33 billion by 2022, with North America being a large portion of the market.

Mobile apps benefit consumers, dealers and installers

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02/23/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine—People value convenience, and in many cases in the security space that means connectivity to mobile devices. Executives from Bosch and Honeywell talked with Security Systems News about the ways mobile apps are evolving in the security space, from replacing existing technologies to further benefiting dealers and installers.

Hikvision to open R&D center in Montreal, research institute in Silicon Valley

Jeffrey He shares his plans, responds to industry buzz on cyber issues
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02/22/2017

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Hikvision USA Inc., based here, and Hikvision Canada Inc. announced last week that Hikvision plans to establish in 2017 an R&D center in Montreal and a Research Institute in California’s Silicon Valley, underscoring the company’s commitment to North American integrator partners, and supporting its presence in the enterprise market.

East Coast Integrated Systems: new name, new focus

Company CEO talks rebranding, renewed enterprise focus for 2017
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02/22/2017

SALEM, N.H.—East Coast Integrated Systems, formerly known as East Coast Fire and Security, is in the midst of a rebranding as the company renews its focus on commercial and enterprise customers.

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SSN News Poll April 2017

For many companies in the security industry, finding the right people can be a challenge. SSN spoke with several professionals about this difficulty. How does your company attract, hire the best employees?