DANBURY, Conn.—ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, a manufacturer of transmission and networking equipment based here, recently announced its entry into the access control marketplace, the company’s first big move since joining the ACRE family of companies back in December of 2016.
WIESBADEN, Germany—Vanderbilt acquired ACT—Access Control Technology, based in Dublin—in November 2016; Mitchell Kane, company president, talked with Security Systems News about Vanderbilt’s expectations for introducing its first cloud-based access control technology in the U.S.
CLOVIS, Calif.—Since taking over as CEO of Pelco by Schneider Electric in November of 2015, Sharad Shekhar has worked tirelessly to create a new identity for Pelco within the larger Schneider Electric organizational structure.
LAS VEGAS—AMAG Technology, a security manufacturer specializing in access control, video management, identity management, intrusion detection and visitor management, announced at ISC West here last week that its Symmetry Blue Reader is integrating with BioConnect’s Biometric Authentication app.
IRVINE, Calif.—Dahua Technology, a global manufacturer of video surveillance solutions, is expanding its U.S. operations on the East Coast with a new facility in Franklin, Mass., to accommodate the company’s rapid growth.
MOUNT HOREB, Wis.—OneEvent, a software-as-a-service company based here, developed an analytics engine that looks at environmental factors to predict when an event might occur. At ISC West 2017, the company will be discussing the software’s capabilities in the fire detection space.
TYSONS, Va.—Alarm.com, which provides a platform for the connected home and business, announced the acquisition of substantially all of ObjectVideo Inc.'s business, including the company's products, technology portfolio and personnel.
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.
PHILADELPHIA—Comcast finalized its acquisition of a business unit within Icontrol, specifically the Converge platform. The company will bring Icontrol’s Austin-based facility and wholesale customer base into the fold while looking ahead at other opportunities.