The global market for electronic access control will top $3.5 billion in 2014 — an increase of 7.6% over the previous year — driven by returning growth in the Americas and other emerging regions, according to IHS Technology.
Rodney Bosch · May 07, 2014
St. Eugene School, a Catholic school near Milwaukee, had no idea how many keys to its facility were handed out over the years. In vital need of a security upgrade, an integrator selected a Web-based access control system to fulfill the client’s needs while heeding strict budget limits. Learn how Munger Technical Services got the job done successfully, with plans to grow.
Rodney Bosch · April 21, 2014
Improved imaging technology and lenses, embedded analytics, on-camera recording/storage and integrated access control make megapixel cameras a cost-effective solution.
March 01, 2014
Some simple stats from average number of annual access control installations per dealer to Average prices charged per door or entryway.
SSI Staff · February 03, 2014
Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) is enabling better integration of security systems to support advanced applications and data encryption. OSDP could one day supplant the Wiegand standard for its ability to add significant feature sets.
February 01, 2014
HID Global Senior Vice President and CTO Selva Selvaratnam has released projections for top trends the company believes will have the greatest impact on the secure identity industry in 2014.
January 27, 2014
Stanley Security of Indianapolis releases the EL Series wireless access control solution, a Web-based solution allowing end users to manage access for both interior and exterior door openings.
SSI Staff · December 11, 2013
How can integrators help protect K-12 schools from unauthorized entry? Our latest photo gallery offers tips you can suggest to your clients.
SSI Staff · October 23, 2013
Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine provides an overview of his breakneck three days at ASIS 2013.
Scott Goldfine · October 01, 2013
The annual ASIS show in Chicago last week was reasonably well attended and seems to be looked upon as a success by its organizers and most of the participants. From my perspective, it was a good convention and by most accounts produced high quality if not high quantity leads. What follows is an overview of my breakneck three days in the Windy City. I have broken out each of the three ASIS show days into separate blog posts.
Scott Goldfine · September 30, 2013