Tyco Integrated Security will host its seventh annual Food Defense Strategy Exchange (FDSE) June 27-29, 2016 at the Hilton Minneapolis Hotel in Minneapolis. A main topic of discussion will be the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalizing the final food defense rule under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) back on May 26.
SSI Staff · June 21, 2016
A biometric sensor developed by ContinUse incorporates a breakthrough technology based on patented nanotechnology.
Rodney Bosch · June 15, 2016
Technavio has released a research report identifying the top six vendors for the global residential and commercial security market. Check out which companies made the list.
SSI Staff · June 02, 2016
Tyco Integrated Security announced the availability of Total Security, a solution including access control, IP video surveillance and intrusion detection. It allows for remotely managing more than 20 security tasks in real time.
SSI Staff · May 18, 2016
Tyco Security Products announces the addition of Control4 to the home automation partner integration portfolio available for DSC’s PowerSeries Neo intrusion platform.
SSI Staff · May 09, 2016
At ISC West 2016, Napco announced its smart home as a service platform iBridge will now be compatible with Honeywell, DSC and soon Interlogix alarm systems.
Julie Jacobson · April 11, 2016
New centers in the Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv will leverage the manufacturer’s technology, expertise, and global services business.
SSI Staff · April 01, 2016
Tyco Int'l opened its new global headquarters in Cork, Ireland on Monday. It will also serve as the headquarters of Johnson Controls plc when Johnson Controls and Tyco's merger finalizes later in 2016.
SSI Staff · March 07, 2016
Saying the merger 'should be stopped,' Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attacks the proposed merger between giants Johnson Controls Inc. and Tyco Int'l due to the tax-avoidance consequences.
SSI Staff · February 04, 2016
Tyco released its earnings report for the first fiscal quarter of 2016. It reported a 4% dip in revenue from the previous year, which it attributes to the stronger U.S. dollar against foreign currencies. Tyco CEO George R. Oliver called the first quarter "solid" and it excited about the company's long-term prospects thanks to its planned merger with Johnson Controls.
SSI Staff · January 29, 2016