PHILADELPHIA—Megapixel video provider Avigilon at the ASIS show announced the details of the newest version of its VMS, the ACC 5.0, and demonstrated its ability to respond to voice commands and body movements.
PHILADELPHIA—Panasonic dealers from security and other business units will gather in Chandler, Ariz., on Oct. 15, the first meeting since Panasonic last spring announced its latest reorganization into what is now called PSCNA, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America.
IRVINE, Calif.—HID Global on Sept. 25 announced the completion of two pilot programs validating how Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled smartphones allow employees to open doors with a mobile device.
MELVILLE, N.Y.—If the merger deal with its parent company, Comverse Technology Inc. (CTI), goes through as planned, video surveillance provider Verint will be a 100 percent independent public company as early as February.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden and DEER PARK, N.Y.—In acquiring Alarm Controls Corp., ASSA ABLOY is gaining a company that has the “ability and willingness to do custom work,” said Scott Baker, president of ASSA ABLOY Electro-Mechanical Specialties and OEM Group.
LONG BEACH, Calif. and ROCHESTER, N.Y.—Lenel and Mercury’s recent settlement of a year-long lawsuit not only renews a 16-year partnership between the two companies, but means more growth opportunities for the two manufacturers and their integrator partners, president Joe Kirmser told Security Systems News.
MELVILLE, N.Y.—Leviton, based here, announced on Aug. 3 that it has acquired Home Automation Inc., a provider of home automation controls for residential and light commercial applications. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.