Aren’t these the same? No, but they are related. Innovation is taking an existing product or concept and building something new and different that meets a customer’s need, whether they knew they had the need or not. Disruption completely changes how a product or service’s value chain is consumed and displaces an existing market. Clayton Christensen has put a lot of thought and research into the concept of how true disruption occurs.
Allegion enters its fifth appearance at ISC West with new technologies that secure people and assets with seamless access where they live, work and thrive. With a century of mechanical expertise, Allegion’s robust experience coupled with its physical security and cybersecurity offerings has led to innovations with a mobile ecosystem that strike the right balance of security, convenience and efficiency. Combined with its alliance partners, Allegion is building on the strength of its past to create seamless access across even more of the facility.
Access control and the overall physical security market continue to grow at a rapid pace with no signs of slowing down. Market research expects the access control industry to grow to over $10B by 2022 which is about 9% CAGR. So, what’s driving this growth? There are several trends and disruptive technologies that are driving acceleration in a category that has traditionally been slower to migrate.
ISONAS announced its participation in the 14th annual Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS). This annual event will be held this year in Nashville, Tenn. February 25th – 26th, where ISONAS will showcase its access control integration with Milestone XProtect® video management software. ISONAS and Milestone have a strong history built on a powerful solution; helping customers seamlessly connect their access control and video management systems.
ISONAS announced its newest integration with the ISONAS Pure Access software solution and Panasonic’s Video Insight 7 (V17). ISONAS and Video Insight VMS have a long history of building powerful solutions that help customers seamlessly connect their access control and video management systems. ISONAS’s industry-leading software, Pure Access, is a cloud-based access control software application that provides users the ability to manage their access control from anywhere at any time, on any device.
Allegion plc (NYSE: ALLE) has agreed to acquire ISONAS through one of its subsidiaries. The transaction is expected to close early in the third quarter of 2018, subject to customary closing conditions. ISONAS has edge-computing technology that provides innovative access control solutions for non-residential markets. ISONAS intelligent devices utilize power over ethernet, making them easy to install and cost effective as they utilize existing customer infrastructures.
ISONAS announced that the company will be unveiling its new IP-Bridge 2.0 at ISC West 2018. At the show, ISONAS will be featuring its Pure IP™ family of hardware and software products along with the launch of the next generation of the access control encoder; the new IP-Bridge 2.0. ISONAS has continued to expand their integrated community and will introduce additional partners at ISC West; further expanding the power of choice for customers.
ISONAS announced that the company will be unveiling its new IP-Bridge 2.0 at ISC West 2018. As IP technologies and IoT devices proliferate the security market, the IP-bridge has been the tool to migrate old legacy systems into the IP era. Just like the video encoder transitioned the analog video surveillance market to IP, the new IP-Bridge 2.0 delivers this same simple path for the access control market. Paired with the ISONAS R-1 Wiegand readers, the IP-Bridge 2.0 provides access to Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities giving legacy system takeovers access to mobile credentials along with a straightforward road to IP technology.
The world of physical security has undergone seismic changes in the last 10 years in video, analytics, and the utilization of security technologies for business intelligence. Technology that once was considered science fiction has now become a reality. In the education market, these technologies have come at a very opportune time with constrained budgets, administrative staff reductions, and tragic incidents requiring lockdowns and video observations reaching an all-time high. One of the greatest advancements that has come to market during this time has been cloud-based access control.
ISONAS announced that the company will sponsor the Cloud+ 2017 Conference taking place on November 28th and 29th at the iconic Lost Pines Resort in Austin, TX. Cloud+ is the only cloud-centric event in the physical security industry and brought to the industry by Security Systems News, the producers of the TechSec Solutions Conference. The Cloud+ conference is a two-day event that will include powerful educational sessions relevant to today’s rapidly changing industry.