ASSA ABLOY has announced the company’s latest GreenCircle Certifications and Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for Architectural Door Accessories. The Rockwood products achieved GreenCircle’s Certified Environmental Facts (Multi-Attribute) label. This label details the sustainability attributes of the product as well as the facility where the products are manufactured in order to tell the full sustainability story of the product. The Rockwood products also have EPDs that are third-party certified by UL Environment.
WatchGuard® Technologies launched its new Trusted Wireless Environment framework, a guiding resource businesses and solution providers can use to build Wi-Fi services that offer market-leading performance, scalable management and verified, comprehensive security capabilities. This new initiative seeks to upset the status quo in the wireless market, which has prioritized performance over security for far too long.
DJI has hired aviation policy expert David Hansell as Public Policy Manager, helping guide the development of drone laws and regulations to ensure they help America take full advantage of the benefits of drones. David will join DJI’s growing team of public policy and standards professionals worldwide, led by DJI Vice President of Policy & Legal Affairs Brendan Schulman, to advocate on behalf of drone users for reasonable, risk-based regulations for unmanned aircraft systems, and to collaborate on safety and security solutions.
Dortronics Systems, Inc. announces that they are now a BICSI Continuing Education Provider. Their training courses, Door Interlocks: Applications and System Designand Electronic Locking Devices for Access Control Systems, have been recognized by BICSI to provide industry professionals with BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CEC). Upon successful completion of each course, participants will receive one BICSI CECs and/or one AIA Learning Unit. Professional designations from BICSI are valued globally and are recognized throughout the ICT industry.
March Networks® announce the winners of its annual North American Partner Awards. The awards recognize companies for their excellence in delivering on customers’ video surveillance and video-based business intelligence requirements, and for driving exceptional results. In total, March Networks is honoring 12 certified solution partners (CSPs) for continuing to win new business in 2017 leading with March Networks’ complete video solutions. March Networks certified partners enjoy access to the physical security industry’s most reliable video surveillance products and fully integrated business intelligence applications.
Camden Door Controls announced it has received UL 294 (Access Control System Units Standard) listing for its complete new line of industry-leading electric strikes. These span Camden’s Grade 1 ANSI, Grade 2 ANSI, Grade 1 ANSI Fire, Grade 1 ANSI and Mortise Fire, and Grade 1 RIM strikes. This new UL 294 listing is in addition to the UL 1034 Burglary and UL 10C Fire listings Camden has already obtained.
Sielox LLC recognized their 2017 Business Partner Award recipients, announced by Karen Evans, Sielox LLC President and CEO. For the 19th consecutive year and 23rd time overall, MCM Integrated Systems of Van Nuys, California was named National Business Partner of the Year. Nine additional Sielox business partners were awarded commendations in the silver and gold categories.
CNAS, China National Accreditation Board for Conformity Assessment, is one of the most authoritative laboratory accreditation agencies in China.
It is a national accreditation body approved and established by the National Accreditation Certification Board (CNCA), which features long investigation period, high requirement and strict standards, having a pivotal position in the field of certification.