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State of the physical access control market, part II

Market gaps and strengths, and a future look into physical access control
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10/02/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine—Security brands and companies offer varying technologies, products and services within the physical access control (PAC) market today; therefore, all security companies and professionals must work extra hard to stay relevant.

The undogging debacle: perimeter security in a school environment

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09/11/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine—Across the nation, teachers and staff at K-12 schools recently welcomed new and vetted students and their parents to campus to begin the 2019-2020 school year full of quality education with challenging, relevant and meaningful curriculums in a safe, nurturing environment that is conducive to teaching and learning.

State of the access control market, part I

Current physical access control (PAC) trends shaping the security industry
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08/20/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine—The concept of access control is simple — to allow or restrict people, animals or things from gaining access to a particular space.

Allegion and Identiv announce integration

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05/10/2019

CARMEL, Ind.—Allegion a provider of security products and solutions, announced Identiv’s Hirsch Velocity Software and Mx controller now integrate with Schlage wireless electronic locks for a highly scalable access control offering.

The door is open for IT integrators to enter the physical security market

A look at how and why IT integrators should get into security
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03/20/2019

BOULDER, Colo.—Disruption is creating rapid growth in the security market, as new technologies are introduced, new players are entering the arena and bringing solutions that are merging and blending technologies and industries.

Allegion acquires ISONAS

ISONAS adds to Allegion’s edge computing and access control portfolio
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07/03/2018

DUBLIN—Allegion, a global security provider based here, on July 2 purchased access control company ISONAS, based in Boulder, Colo., which will operate within Allegion’s Americas region.

Allegion surveys baby boomers on smart home interests

Thirty-two percent of responding baby boomers already use smart devices
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12/13/2017

CARMEL, Ind.—Schlage, a lock brand within Allegion, recently looked into the baby boomer generation and its feelings on smart home devices by surveying about 500 U.S. adults aged 53-71.

Allegion looks at consumers’ experiences with security

Fifty-six percent of survey respondents either lost or misplaced their house key
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05/31/2017

CARMEL, Ind.—Allegion, with Wakefield Research, recently surveyed about 1,000 U.S. adults to learn more about their experiences with security.

Allegion futurist looks into his crystal ball

Company has big plans for ISC West 2017
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03/17/2017

DUBLIN—Security Systems News caught up with Allegion futurist and VP of strategy and partnerships Rob Martens to get his take on the top emerging technology trends in the industry, from big data and analytics to AI and robotics, as well as the company’s plans for ISC West.

Survey says millennial renters want a smart home too

Some millennials would prefer smart home features over parking spaces
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12/14/2016

CARMEL, Ind.—Door hardware company Schlage conducted a study with Wakefield Research showing that millennials in multi-family housing would pay more, or give up other amenities, for smart home features.

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