Invixium continues to add new integration and technology partners to support the company’s global expansion and growth. Integrations with the industry’s leading access control companies compatible with Invixium’s portfolio of biometric solutions are all on display here at ISC West 2018 (booth #6109). Invixium’s IXM WEB enterprise software includes their newest module IXM Link which plays a major role as the foundation in making these integrations possible. Link allows for two-way synchronization of user/cardholder data between IXM WEB and various access control software platforms, making the entire process of management and system administration simple and efficient for installers and system integrators; eliminating the need to enter user/cardholder data in two places and dramatically reducing set-up time.
Southwest Microwave announce the availability of a new INTREPID™ Integration plugin from Honeywell Building Solutions, providing high-level interface between Honeywell’s Enterprise Buildings Integrator (EBI) intelligent building automation and enterprise management system, and Southwest Microwave’s INTREPID Series II perimeter intrusion detection systems (PIDS).
Honeywell International unveiled a corporate makeover today that will tie its growth more strongly to aerospace technology and spin off other businesses as two publicly-traded companies by the end of 2018. This move is the result of its comprehensive portfolio review, including its intention to separately spin off its Homes product portfolio and ADI global distribution business, as well as its Transportation Systems business, into two stand-alone, publicly-traded companies.
Honeywell, a leader in products, software, and technologies for connected buildings and homes, announced Richard (Rich) Lattanzi as the president of Honeywell’s global security business and Dino Koutrouki as the president of Honeywell’s global fire business. In their new leadership roles, Lattanzi and Koutrouki will drive greater customer focus. Both will continue to report to Michael Flink, president of Honeywell Security and Fire.
Honeywell further expands its Performance Series IP Family to include new, affordable, easy to install 1080p and 4MP Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) IP-cameras. The new Honeywell Performance Series IP-cameras deliver high quality video, a superior user experience, easy video integration with other solutions, and improved user account security with enhanced risk reduction, all of which increases revenues and lowers installation, operation and maintenance costs.
New integrations from Connected Technologies with the industry’s most exciting products continues to expand the installation and specification possibilities of the Connect One® cloud-hosted security management platform. The new Remote Connect cloud service makes it even faster and easier to connect to the control panels by eliminating the need to change customer router settings, firewall rules or to use Domain Name Service (DNS) to access the systems remotely.
Honeywell expanded its line of HDZ Series PTZ cameras by adding analog technology that gives companies more affordable options to augment their video surveillance systems. The newest analog HDZ PTZ camera offers image quality and features comparable to the line’s IP-cameras, including indoor/outdoor zoom and 360-degree capabilities.
The US-based wholesale distributor ADI has named Michael Flink as president of ADI Global. ADI, part of the Honeywell Security Group (HSG), will operate globally, and Flink will lead all ADI businesses across the Americas, EMEA, and India. Flink, pictured, has been president of ADI Americas since 2010.
Allegion PLC (NYSE: ALLE), a leading global provider of security products and solutions, announced Honeywell Pro-Watch customers will be able to implement access control on more doors by integrating the Schlage AD-Series wireless platform into their security management suite, eliminating the need to run wires to each access point, reducing time and associated labor costs.