HAMILTON, Bermuda--As a company with more than 100 years of history, Ingersoll Rand has a brand that is recognizable and trusted. Now, the company will attempt to better trade on that brand in the security space, focusing around Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies as its integration face and Schlage as its hardware face to the market.
WASHINGTON--GE and Siemens aren't the only ones searching for a way to enhance shipping security (see related story, page 1). In June of last year, the Department of Homeland Security awarded five grants for private companies to research and design a "Secure Carton System," which would track the openings and closings of the cartons inside the containers.
NORWALK, Conn.--National Guardian, a systems integrator focusing on the multi-location commercial market, announced in January two acquisitions completed in December of last year, which will increase its revenues an estimated 30 to 35 percent.
CANTON, Mass.--Robert McMenimon, president of MAC Systems, has been named the new president of SecurityNet, a collection of integrators with 22 members doing $300 million in business each year and employing 1,200.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa--The National Systems Contractors Association announced the creation of NSCA University, an online and in-person learning opportunity for the commercial electronic systems industry to be introduced at the organization's Expo, March 14 through 18 in Las Vegas. It is organized into six colleges: project management, systems sales, system design, technical knowledge, business and allied professionals.