Archive for October, 2011
By Daniel Gelinas “Connectivity, Convenience and Construction—3 C’s of Intrusion,” a recent report from IMS Research contends the intrusion alarm market is set for a comeback after a rough several years. Estimated to be worth approximately $870 million in 2010, the global intrusion alarm market could grow to more than $1.1 billion by 2015, according [...]
David R. Duda, PE, CPP, PSP Associate Partner Newcomb & Boyd, Special Technologies Group Atlanta 1. Your security practice is part of a large engineering firm. Is most of the specifying you do for jobs that Newcomb & Boyd is doing other engineering work for? How often do you work on projects that Newcomb & [...]
Ryan Taylor, Principal TRUSYS Seattle, Washington I understand you used to work for a systems integrator. What made you want to become a consultant? I guess I was born with the entrepreneur gene. For a long time I had a desire to start my own enterprise. I was fortunate to work with a highly respected [...]
Megapixel cameras may not be the answer to everything but there’s no doubt they’re gaining in popularity.
Top female executives from all sectors of the security/fire alarm industry talk to Security Systems News about how women are becoming a powerful force in the male-dominated field.