ASSA ABLOY has collaborated with RedCloud, a provider of Web-based access control solutions, to enhance the Aperio wireless locks.
May 20, 2012
The need to determine who goes where when continues to make access control one of the security industry’s most in-demand offerings. Pick up some soup-to-nuts pointers on how to improve your success from initial sale to deploying advanced capabilities.
By Bob Dolph · April 11, 2012
Adams Rite of Pomona, Calif., an ASSA ABLOY company, releases the Steel Hawk 4300 deadlatch, featuring a patented two-way “winged” technology that allows it to adapt to any door swing out of the box, according to the company.
SSI Staff · April 08, 2012
ASSA ABLOY of New Haven, Conn., launches the Security Continuum app for the iPad, which simplifies the process of finding the right access control locking solution for any door opening in a facility.
SSI Staff · March 22, 2012
A Southern California school district seeks to overcome a DVR-based analog surveillance system and its poor video streaming and playback, and contend with unwanted guests gaining access to its campuses. Find out how Culver City students are becoming safer thanks to a new and integrated IP video and access control solution.
March 21, 2012
Access control solutions provider ASSA ABLOY has purchased assets of Greensteel Industries Ltd., a metal commercial door and frame maker.
January 11, 2012
With its new Elite Integrator Partner Program, ASSA ABLOY is seeking to partner with leading systems integrators to offer a broad range of access control and locking solutions to end users.
November 30, 2011
Yale Locks and Hardware of Lenoir, Tenn., an ASSA ABLOY company, releases the inTouch standalone touchscreen access locks.
SSI Staff · October 05, 2011
The three-day 2011 ASIS Seminar and Exhibits, which concluded here Wednesday, offered attendees a view of the latest in security equipment advances, while serving as a springboard for significant news developments.
September 21, 2011
As efforts to diminish security threats in commercial and corporate facilities remain paramount, the marketplace continues to shift from mechanical locks to electronic devices that leverage IP network infrastructure. Martin Huddart, vice president of electronic access control for ASSA ABLOY, joins the conversation to discuss how this technology progression brings with it new channel opportunities as well as introduces new challenges.
By Rodney Bosch · September 12, 2011