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Five Questions with Identiv’s CEO Steven Humphreys

June 10, 2020Paul Ragusa, Editor

FREMONT, Calif.—Security Systems News caught up with Identiv’s CEO, Steven Humphreys, who talks about going from an orphan to CEO, and how his passions for education and robotics help him stay at the forefront of the industry. ARE YOU MARRIED? ANY KIDS? Yes, I am married and have two kids. One is working (yay!) and one is in college.DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS? I have two dogs, two cats and one snake. I know it sounds like a lot, but at least the parakeets, chickens, ducks, lizard, koi and turkeys...

analytics, Cloud, Data Analytics, education, Identiv, mobile, RFID, robotics, Steve Humphreys


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Also Noted

Identiv offers contact tracing solution

June 3, 2020SSN Staff

FREMONT, Calif.—Identiv, Inc. recently announced the availability of Hirsch Velocity Software with Contact Tracing. Available via download for Hirsch customers, the free feature has been launched to support worldwide office re-openings with improved health and safety management tools. Based on the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions’ (CDC) recommendations, contract tracing is a key strategy for preventing further spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  “While this is useful...

contact tracing, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Hirsch Velocity Software, Identiv, Mark Allen


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Suppliers

Allegion and Identiv announce integration

May 10, 2019SSN Staff

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 integration supports Schlage LE wireless mortise locks, Schlage NDE wireless cylindrical locks and AD-400 wireless locks.“Allegion continuously looks for ways to improve security, efficiency and convenience for end users and integrators, which is why we're...

Allegion, Identiv, Rob Lydic, Sam Tuthill


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