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.
Today, electromechanical mortise locks are considered to be an inherent part of modern office access control systems. Form and Funcion: Internal office door locks should be aesthetically pleasing, be easy-to-install, and have a sufficient forced-entry protection class. PERCo has designed a unique series of electromechanical mortise locks for doors located in premises with high requirements for design and appearance, such as offices and conference rooms.
Monitor Dynamics (MonDyn), the security industry’s leading manufacturer of unified access control and intrusion detection solutions, today announced that it has partnered with top-tier manufacturer’s representative firm REP Marketing Solutions, Inc., (REPMS) to launch and promote market growth for the new iTRUST 2.0 POE+ powered, server-less IP Access Control product in the Metro New York, New Jersey and New England geographical territory.
Honeywell announced enhancements to its Pro-Watch security management system that allow integrators to cost effectively accommodate virtually any access control need through expanded support for wireless locksets and biometric readers. Pro-Watch 4.2 is now compatible with multiple biometric reader options, along with added support for several brands and types of wireless locks – including options from Allegion (AD-400 Series), Assa Abloy (Aperio Line), and Salto (Sallis and SVN) – that enable the system to protect previously hard-to-reach doors and locations.
Assa Abloy Mobile Access for Hospitality went live for the first time last week when Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., introduced SPG Keyless, a keyless entry system allowing Starwood Preferred Guest members to use their smartphone as a key. Rolling out to Aloft, Element, and W Hotels across the globe, SPG Keyless makes its official debut in 10 hotels in markets including Beijing, Hong Kong, New York, Los Angeles, and Doha.
When St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Frisco, Texas, needed a way to secure pairs of 14-foot tall bronze doors in its new church, it found the answer in exit devices with the Von Duprin® Concealed Vertical Cable (CVC) system from Allegion.
Smart Homes let you control lighting, heating, and even locks using your smartphone – the result should be a more efficient and more secure house. There’s a lot going on at the moment to make your house smart. What does that mean exactly? Well, the idea is that more devices in your home, from heating to lightbulbs, will have the ability to communicate with your smartphone or tablet.
Galaxy Control Systems, a leading provider of integrated access control, video and security solutions, is highlighting myriad new features
available on the company’s popular
System Galaxy Software here at ASIS
2014. The new release, System Galaxy Software v.10.4, adds installation and user conveniences, as well as support for more third-party devices. Also on display is a new fully integrated TCP/IP appliance embedded with System Galaxy Software v.10.4.
Axis Communications, the global leader in network video surveillance, today introduces AXIS A4011-E Reader. The reader has an ergonomic design with an illuminated keypad and clearly identifiable symbols. It supports touch-free entry with most entry card formats and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installation. AXIS A4011-E will be featured in the Axis booth (#1023) at ASIS International in Atlanta from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1.
"Fix the locks! Put up security cameras!" called out Olivia Taylor from a corner of the Breukelen Houses’ Community Center in southeast Brooklyn. Taylor interrupted the crowd’s silent focus on the City Council’s latest public housing hearing, until order was restored with several strikes of the committee chair’s gavel. Taylor was one of several public housing residents, lawmakers, and advocates who gathered at the public housing complex on September 16 for a hearing to discuss the roll out and progress of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s $210.5 million plan to reduce violent crime in public housing.