Galaxy Control Systems has added to its already impressive list of partners by completing an integration with IP-enabled solutions from ASSA ABLOY. The combination of System Galaxy and WiFi and PoE locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and Sargent will allow end users and integrators to harness the power of these industry-leading solutions at reduced expense. ASSA ABLOY’s WiFi locks connect to System Galaxy through a facility’s 802.11b/g/n WiFi network, and the IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) locks connect to System Galaxy through the Local Area Network (LAN) utilizing a single Ethernet cable for both power and data.
ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions is simplifying the installation of its door and opening products through interactive 3D models. These step-by-step instructions make installations easier, ensure products are installed properly, and store warranties for future reference. The mobile BILT app is free to download on Apple and Android and provides access to Intelligent Instructions™ for ASSA ABLOY products. The instructions are fully-interactive, voice narrated step-by-step guides that simplify installation and shorten the time it takes to accomplish the job. They remove the guess-work when attempting to interpret paper instructions.
Efficient, cost effective and beautiful building design requires everyone to be on the same page from the first day of planning. A misstep in the early stages means costly change orders, lost project time and potential compromises to building design and security components, including those that add to the feel, beauty and character of a building. To help combat these coordination challenges, ASSA ABLOY Openings Studio™, a plugin to the world’s most common Building Information Management (BIM) software, allows you to design openings, set standards for your future facility and keep everyone in the loop for the seamless integration of Door Security Solutions.
ASSA ABLOY’s newest series of Rockwood ArborTek door pulls feature collar mount posts, combining classic wood with modern metals that results in a clean, sophisticated aesthetic. In a marriage of form and function, the wood’s natural grain and color variations make each pull visually unique, while wood grips are gentle to the touch in any environment or temperature. In addition to customized options, wood types such as hickory, mahogany and walnut are offered. A variety of metal finishes are also available, including bright brass, oil-rubbed bronze, bright stainless steel, and custom finishes and powder coats on request.
ASSA ABLOY has acquired Bluvision, a leading US Bluetooth Low Energy (“BLE”) provider in the enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) market. Bluvision will expand HID’s offerings with BLE products and help us further differentiate from the competition.
ASSA ABLOY (STO:ASSAB) has signed an agreement to acquire ODIS Limitada, a leading supplier of locks, padlocks, and steel doors to the Chilean market. ODIS, established in 1930, is headquartered in Santiago, Chile and has 240 employees.
TDSi became the first to partner with ASSA ABLOY Access Control’s Aperio® wireless locking solutions using innovative IP hub technology to deliver sustainable total building security. Aperio® was featured on TDSI’s IFSEC stand operating with its EXgarde 4.2 fully featured access management system, designed to support multiple doors as standard with the option to extend […]
“We are pleased that the lawsuits filed by HID Global and ASSA ABLOY were amicably settled and, furthermore, that AWID and Secura Key have agreed to license our multi-technology IP applicable to their product lines,” said Dr. Tam Hulusi, Senior Vice President of Strategic Innovation and Intellectual Property with HID Global. HID Global, trusted leader […]
STOCKHOLM–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Regulatory News: ASSA ABLOY (STO:ASSAB): Fourth quarter · Sales increased by 8% in the quarter, with 4% organic growth, and totaled SEK 13,242 M (12,239). · Strong growth in Global Technologies and Americas divisions and good growth in Asia Pacific and Entrance Systems. · EMEA division stabilized and showed weak growth. · Acquisitions of Amarr (USA), Ameristar (USA) and Mercor (Poland) with expected annual sales totaling SEK 3,600 M. · Restructuring program costed at SEK 1,000 M. · Operating income (EBIT) amounted to SEK 2,202 1) M (2,030), an increase of 8%. The operating margin was 16.6% 1) (16.6). · Net income amounted to SEK 1,510 2) M (1,405). · Earnings per share rose by 8% to SEK 4.08 2) (3.79). · Strong operating cash flow amounting to SEK 2,541 M (3,160). Full year · Sales increased by 4%, including 2% organic growth, and totaled SEK 48,481 M (46,619). · Operating income (EBIT) amounted to SEK 7,9231) M (7,501), representing an increase of 6%. The operating margin was 16.3% 1) (16.1). · Net income amounted to SEK 5,496 2) M (5,172). · Earnings per share rose by 6% to SEK 14.84 2) (13.97). · Strong operating cash flow totaling SEK 6,803 M (7,044). · The Board of Directors proposes a dividend of SEK 5.70 per share (5.10). 1) Excluding items affecting comparability in 2013 amounting to SEK -1,000 M for both the quarter and the full year. 2) Excluding items affecting comparability in 2013 amounting after tax to SEK […]