acre security announced its latest hardware and software solutions, SPCevo and SPC Connect 4.0, which will be prominently featured at this week’s SECTECH Security Event in Sweden. SPCevo represents the next evolution in acre security’s intrusion detection line of controllers, offering improved performance, higher powered power supplies, and auxiliary power distribution. In addition, existing SPC controllers can be easily migrated to the new SPCevo series.
acre security unveiled its robust growth trajectory in the first half of 2023, marked by a steady adoption of its cloud-based access control solutions, an expanding international reach, and continuous enhancement of its mobile solutions.
acre security, announced it is officially Google Chrome Enterprise Recommended. The acre organization’s TDS visitor management solution was selected to help businesses further maximize their Google Enterprise investments. Google Chrome’s Enterprise Recommended program is a distinctive initiative aimed at aiding enterprises in discovering technologies that boost web and cloud performance.
The PSA Network announced the addition of two solutions from Acre security’s portfolio. Access It! and DNA Fusion are now available to PSA’s wide network of systems integrators. SISCO Fast Pass is coming soon. Access It!, DNA Fusion and SISCO Fast Pass Added to the PSA Network Portfolio. A leading provider of access control solutions, Acre is also one of the security industry’s most innovative technology partners.
Acre security announces its participation in Intersec 2024, taking place on 16–18 January 24 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Over the past seven months, acre security has unified its operations into a single, cohesive global business. This transformation underscores our commitment to providing streamlined and efficient experiences for our clients worldwide.
ACRE has completed its acquisition of Security Identification Systems Corporation (SISCO.) The combination of ACRE’s comprehensive security technology portfolio with SISCO’s solutions for credentialing and visitor management fortifies the ability to deliver a wide range of complementary technology options to ACRE’s customer base. Founded in 1994 in South Florida, SISCO has been dedicated to developing best-in-class visitor management solutions for credentialing, compliance, and tracking.
ACRE announced the acquisition of TDS based in Dublin, Ireland. This purchase will enhance ACRE’s strategic expansion plans for strengthening the product portfolio and geography in the UK and Europe and bringing new cloud-based visitor management and access control products to North America. This is ACRE’s first acquisition since being acquired March 11 by Triton Partners. TDS provides cloud-based workspace solutions that will complement the existing ACRE portfolio.
Quanergy Solutions was selected by a leading international delivery services company to address ongoing challenges relating to loss of parcels, false alarms and intrusion at distribution facilities. The company had experienced a loss of parcels at their distribution facilities caused by warehouse employees throwing packages over the perimeter fence.
TKH Security recently began installation for a previously awarded Automated Parking Guidance System (APGS) contract with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) for the parking facilities at the new $1.5 billion Arthur M. Blank Hospital. Announced in June 2023, U.S. News & World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals 2023-2024 list ranked CHOA among the nation’s top […]
Genetec announced that Toronto’s Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) has updated its overall security stance with Genetec™ Security Center and Genetec Clearance™. WEG selected the open, unified Genetec platform with an eye toward future growth. Founded in 1881 as the Ontario Jockey Club, WEG owns and operates Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Woodbine Mohawk Park in Campbellville. WEG properties welcome over seven million visitors annually.
Genetec has helped River Cree Resort and Casino modernize security, surveillance, and compliance with a unified solution based on Genetec™ Security Center. The Alberta, Canada-based casino, hotel, and entertainment venue is owned and operated by the Enoch Cree Nation. It welcomes 45,000 guests each week, with all profits directly invested into social programs in the First Nation community.
ACRE announced that Bruce Bianco will join ACRE as the company’s new General Manager of Canadian Operations. Bruce is a results-driven business manager with proven ability to leverage entrepreneurial strength within larger corporate objectives. He most recently served as Vice President and General Manager for the Access Control division at Barcodes Inc., leading the launch of the SimpleAccess product line. Before that role, Bruce held increasingly senior-level business development and strategic roles at HID and Synercard.
As we continue to see advancements in physical security, the presence of the cloud has caused considerable changes in the access control space. Cloud-based access control provides reliable, real-time control of your facilities and can also be openly integrated with third-party systems (such as video surveillance) to help mitigate and prevent risks within the organization. The cloud ultimately eliminates old hardware and improves on new security protocols with minimal work from the end-user. One of the critical parts of cloud-based access control is that it frequently leverages the power of data.
ACRE announced that Don Joos will join the ACRE executive team as the company’s new CEO, effective May 23, 2022. Don is a proven and experienced technology leader who is well-positioned to lead ACRE through its next phase of growth. Joos is a creative leader with a proven track record of building and modernizing businesses through mergers, acquisitions, and innovative growth plays. He is a central driving force for global companies and works to consistently deliver customer, stakeholder, and shareholder value.
ACRE announced that Founder and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Grillo is retiring, effective May 20, 2022. A proven and respected leader who has driven ACRE’s business transformation and growth strategy, Grillo’s deep knowledge of the security and access control businesses resulted in strong operating results, a track record of 11 successful acquisitions, innovative solutions, and a relentless commitment to ACRE’s customers, partners, and employees.
ACRE announced the availability of its Feenics One Mobile App, the next generation app that allows for the management of an employee’s digital identity as well as delivering extended employee engagement capabilities.
ACRE’s stand at Intersec 2022 will emphasize the Vanderbilt, ComNet, Open Options, and TDS brands’ wide-ranging high-quality security solutions across multiple product lines. Alongside market-leading products like Vanderbilt’s ACTpro, ComNet’s end-to-end transmission solutions and their newly acquired Razberi portfolio will be on exhibition. Key in this selection is Monitor, the recently crowned Best Video Surveillance product at the Detektor International awards last month.
ACRE announced the strategic acquisitions of Feenics and Matrix Systems. The acquisition of Feenics brings cloud-based access control solutions to ACRE’s rapidly growing network of global customers while also expanding its portfolio to support the growing demand for cloud-based security solutions. Matrix enables ACRE to expand the addressable market for the company’s technology portfolio, offering customers a broader breadth of reliable, integrated access control and video surveillance technologies designed to meet evolving business and security requirements.
There is a saying that “Everything is Bigger in Texas,” and the Dallas police department fits the bill. The Dallas Police Department is the ninth largest municipal police force in the U.S., with 3,099 sworn officers and 598 non-sworn staff. It is led by Chief of Police Edgardo (“Eddie”) Garcia. In the last several years, the Jack Evans Police Headquarters building (named after the 53rd mayor of Dallas) has been upgrading its physical security using a layered approach to ensure the safety of officers and visitors 24/7.
Cloud-based access control is growing in popularity as more organizations are looking to adopt a flexible, convenient, and scalable security solution. Over the last few years, the presence of the cloud has generated significant changes in the range of access control, and for good reasons! Cloud-based access control not only produces reliable, real-time control of your organization but can also be fully integrated with third-party systems to help mitigate and limit risks within your organization.