UTC Fire and Security plans to shut down its Pittsfield, Maine-based facility by March 2015 and will relocate about 100 jobs to its North Carolina branch.
Ashley Willis · March 19, 2014
United Technologies Corp. UTC reported that its Climate, Controls & Security (CSS) unit experienced a double-digit increase in the third quarter, as profits rose 10% to nearly $700 million, during the firm’s financial earnings report Tuesday.
October 23, 2013
Lenel Systems Int’l announced a program to assist end users with end-of-life Casi Rusco and Infographics legacy access control systems to migrate to its flagship OnGuard solution.
June 04, 2013
Onity of Atlanta, a UTC Climate Controls & Security company, releases the Onity wireless lock (OWL), which now integrates with IMRON access control software, using Onity’s open architecture interface.
SSI Staff · May 23, 2012
UTC Climate, Controls & Security has sold its U.S. fire and security operations to private equity fund Comvest Investment Partners, the company announced this week.
April 11, 2012
UTC Climate, Controls & Security has sold its U.S. fire and security operations to private equity fund Comvest Investment Partners, the company announced Tuesday.
April 10, 2012
UTC Climate, Controls & Security Systems company Marioff Corp., a developer of water mist fire protection technology, announced that its HI-FOG water mist fire protection system has received Underwriters Laboratory (UL) listing for use in Ordinary Hazard Group 1 (OH1) applications.
February 20, 2012
Interlogix of Bradenton, Fla., releases the Simon XTi wireless security system, which offers 40 zones of burglary and fire protection.
SSI Staff · February 19, 2012
Following the announcement that JoAnna Sohovich has resigned from her position as president of Honeywell Security & Communications, SSI
Associate Editor Ashley Willis ponders the future for women in the security industry.
Ashley Willis · December 07, 2011
United Technologies Corp. (UTC) has combined its Fire & Security business and the Carrier heating and cooling units into one division called UTC Climate, Controls and Security Systems, the company announced Wednesday.
September 29, 2011