Top 21 Access Control Suppliers to Check Out at GSX 2018

To help you focus on what matters, here are 20 integrator-centric access control suppliers you don’t want to miss at GSX 2018.

With several hundred exhibit booths at GSX 2018 (formerly ASIS), plus numerous other activities and attractions vying for your attention, it can be extremely challenging to zero in and make the most productive use of your precious time.

Even if you are there for the entire show there are only 18 total hours (not including lunch and restroom stops) to take in all the vendor offerings. And has been the case for several years now, access control products figure to be among the most prevalent items on display.

For the primarily security directors and managers who attend this event, access control in many cases tops their priorities list if not video surveillance. However, many of those offerings revolve around visitor management and facility hardware, which are typically direct sales as opposed to the channel of electronic and network-based access control solutions. The latter, of course, is of extreme relevance to installing security dealers and systems integrators.

Thus, to help you focus on what matters, here are 21 integrator-centric access control suppliers you don’t want to miss at GSX 2018:

  1. Alarm Lock Booth 1543
  2. AlertEnterprise Booth 671
  3. Allegion Booth 3715
  4. Brivo Systems Booth 2135
  5. DoorKing Booth 2814
  6. Dormakaba Booth 2525
  7. DSX Access Systems Booth 3145
  8. Feenics Booth 718
  9. Galaxy Control Systems Booth 3550
  10. HID Global Booth 1737
  11. Identiv Booth 1222
  12. Johnson Controls, Security Products Booth 2015
  13. Openpath Booth 1669
  14. ProdataKey Booth 3424
  15. RS2 Technologies Booth 1273
  16. SALTO Systems Booth 1771
  17. SDC Booth 3521
  18. Sielox Booth 3914
  19. Smarter Security Booth 1043
  20. Stanley Security Booth 2417
  21. Vanderbilt Industries Booth 2665

Note that in some cases, vendors host hospitality suites sometimes in addition to an exhibit booth and sometimes in place of an exhibit booth. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for those additional networking and product demo opportunities off the show floor.

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About the Author


Scott Goldfine is Editor-in-Chief and Associate Publisher of Security Sales & Integration. Well-versed in the technical and business aspects of electronic security (video surveillance, access control, systems integration, intrusion detection, fire/life safety), Goldfine is nationally recognized as an industry expert and speaker. Goldfine is involved in several security events and organizations, including the Electronic Security Association (ESA), Security Industry Association (SIA), Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA), ASIS Int'l and more. Goldfine also serves on several boards, including the SIA Marketing Committee, CSAA Marketing and Communications Committee, PSA Cybersecurity Advisory Council and Robolliance. He is a certified alarm technician, former cable-TV tech, audio company entrepreneur, and lifelong electronics and computers enthusiast. Goldfine joined Security Sales & Integration in 1998.

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