INDIANAPOLIS--Stanley Security Solutions, a provider of access control and security systems, signed a contract in April to install an integrated access control system at a new Thailand airport.
Stanley installed its PAC SecureNet integrated access control solution on 600 controlled doors at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.
WILTON, Conn.--In a move that illustrates the security industry's shift to a finite number of behemoth systems providers from a smaller field of fragmented players, GE Infrastructure, Security in March completed its $1.
IRVINE, Calif.--In a move that further solidifies the company's position as a leading provider of proximity technology, HID extended licensing agreements with Honeywell and GE Infrastructure, Security for the technology behind its line of contactless access control cards and readers.
PALO ALTO, Calif.--Earlier this year, consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recognized GE Infrastructure, Security with its 2004 Product Innovation Award, Honeywell with its 2004 Technology Leadership Award, and Pacom Systems with its 2004 Entrepreneurial Company Award.
Ra'anana, Israel--In a partnership that highlights the integration of physical security and logical networks, Nice Systems and Cisco Systems teamed up for retail banking applications that seek to improve security, operations and customer service.
The partnership is part of Cisco's Branch of the Future project, an initiative to develop and offer a product suite that enables banks to fully use Internet Protocol networks across internal operations, including voice over Internet protocol and security applications, to collect and analyze staff and customer behaviors.
CHICAGO--In April, Legic Identsystems, a developer and supplier of contactless smart card technology for personal identification applications, announced it signed a licensing agreement with San Jose, Calif.-based Indala Corp.