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Continental’s new Access Control Integration Appliance (CA-AIA) is a compact, solid-state network appliance that virtually fits in one’s hand and urns on an embedded OS. SSI Staff · December 28, 2015

Aiphone Corp., a manufacturer of intercom and entry security products, introduces a mobile app for smart phones and tablets designed to integrate with the second generation of IP intercoms, the IX Series. SSI Staff · December 28, 2015

SSI asked eight security professionals for their industry predictions for the upcoming year. Scott Goldfine · December 23, 2015

Security concerns have made their way to the most magical places in America: theme parks. Disney, Universal and SeaWorld are installing metal detectors for the holidays. SSI Staff · December 18, 2015

ISONAS Inc., an IP access control system manufacturer, announced on Wednesday that ADI, a wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, has made ISONAS part of its IP Select Dealer Program. SSI Staff · December 17, 2015

In the second round of 2016 predictions for the security industry, pros expect higher revenues, particularly in video surveillance, and increased opportunities with the Internet of Things (IoT). Scott Goldfine · December 16, 2015

Memoori’s latest research shows that even after years of global economic turbulence the physical security industry continues on an upward trajectory. SSI Staff · December 16, 2015

A panel of 12 security integrators expect higher quality video surveillance, more cloud-based services and many more technology innovations in 2016. SSI Staff · December 14, 2015

ASSA ABLOY's EcoFlex is the winner of the Security Sales & Integration Awesome Application Award for Access Control. SSI Staff · December 10, 2015

HID Global has received an order from the U.S. government for the redesign, manufacture and supply of the country’s Permanent Resident Card -- commonly known as the “Green Card.” The agreement is worth $88.3 million for the next five years. SSI Staff · December 08, 2015




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