Security Sales & Integration September 2018

GSX Show Issue; Big Chicago Projects; Inside ASSA ABLOY

This month’s issue focus on two major Chicago security solution projects and in an exclusive interview, key executives shed light on ASSA ABLOY’s initiatives, leadership and recent acquisitions.
An Inside View of Chicagoland Village’s Video Venture

A well-known Chicago suburb, the Village of Schaumburg is also becoming noteworthy for its progressive video security solution. Details are shared on the village’s five-year plan to add video security to more than 30 locations.

Protecting North American’s Largest Convention Center
Conventions are what Chicago’s McCormick Place is known for, yet its new security solution shatters them. Here’s an exposition of the complex’s 17-month fully integrated video and access upgrade project involving thousands of custom macros.
With access control a vast opportunity for security integrators, insight into the products, strategies and perspective of the world’s largest lock manufacturer is of keen interest and benefit. Key execs shed light on ASSA ABLOY’s initiatives, leadership and recent acquisitions.
9 Natural Wireless Application Wonders
In addition to intrusion detection, wireless technology offers installation flexibility and cost-savings advantages to upsell into wide-ranging security and life-safety system scenarios from environmental monitoring to panic buttons to pulse counting and more.
Deep Dive Into Deep Learning
AI, machine learning and deep learning have the potential to propel security and life-safety solutions by driving increasingly sophisticated analytics in video surveillance systems, sensor devices, smart city applications and more. How’s your AI IQ?
Go Beyond Security to Create RMR Services for IoT Devices
Networked and integrated IoT security devices are presenting integrators with a whole new nut to crack. Learn how you can gain recurring revenue from using automated firmware with any device on the network.
How to Slice Your Taxable Income by 20%
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act gave birth to a new provision, Section 199A, which permits owners of sole proprietorships, S corporations or partnerships to deduct up to 20% of the income earned by the business.