Vanderbilt announced the launch of their VCredential cloud-based credential management platform. Following the introduction of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) reader family in conjunction with ACT Enterprise last October, Vanderbilt’s increased expansion in this market responds to the continuing trend toward virtualization and a shift toward touchless door access. VCredential is a cloud-based credential management platform that offers users the ability to create and manage Bluetooth credentials.
Vanderbilt announced the addition of three ZKTeco Biometric readers into its access control portfolio. The latest addition to the ever-growing access control portfolio comes off the back of the launch of the company’s Bluetooth Low Energy readers, plus the inclusion of Akuvox’s IP Door Entry Phones into their collection of products. As with the BLE readers, the Biometric readers integrate with Vanderbilt’s access control ACT Enterprise software, version 2.10 or later.
Vanderbilt announced the release of its Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) readers in conjunction with the company’s ACT Enterprise 2.10 access control software. In the era of the smartphone, Bluetooth Low Energy is transforming the future of access control. As part of the launch, Vanderbilt is releasing a range of BLE readers, a contactless door release button, virtual credentials available through an ACT Enterprise license, and a free end-user app for Android and iOS.
ACRE companies Vanderbilt, ComNet and Open Options are gearing up toward an exciting Intersec show that will highlight the collective experience and depth of solutions available from the ACRE portfolio. Key features on display will focus on the ACRE brand’s strength in cloud solutions, open platforms, smart integrations and cybersecurity. Core to this message will be the award-winning cloud-based solutions, SPC Connect and ACT365.
Vanderbilt announced that they will jointly attend this year’s IFSEC International with sister-company ComNet. In addition to their flagship products and prominence in open platforms and integrations, both companies, under the ACRE banner, will also highlight their ability to aid customers in every step of their security journey. Vanderbilt and ComNet’s drive to become all-round solution companies has seen them harness numerous tools to complement a buyer’s journey from start to finish.
Vanderbilt announced the release of the ACTpro 1500 PoE Ultra controller. In line with the ACT philosophy of not being difficult or time-consuming to install and use, this latest development to Vanderbilt’s staple access control system brings the power and advantages of PoE Ultra hardware to the fore. The new PoE Ultra feature, alongside ACT’s existing integration with Vanderbilt’s award-winning SPC intrusion system, a rules mapping engine, and a smartphone app, simply adds to this concept.
ACRE announced that ACRE, Vanderbilt and its subsidiaries, has entered into a strategic alliance with AlertEnterprise to expand and diversify technology options for customers. The AlertEnterprise suite of security convergence software, including its Physical Identity and Access Management (PIAM) solution, combined with the Vanderbilt Security Management Solution (SMS), will offer predictive analytics, compliance and advanced insider threat management capabilities to customers.
Vanderbilt and Genetec Inc. announced an integration partnership. This strategic relationship is developed through the integration of Vanderbilt SPC intrusion panels with Genetec Security Center. This certified integration will benefit end-users with centralized monitoring, control, and reporting of information and events from the Vanderbilt SPC intrusion system inside Genetec Security Center. SPC protects businesses, properties, and assets for users who want an intrusion detection system that offers versatile operation and comprehensive alarm management functionality.
Vanderbilt announced today the release of its new VR mullion card reader. Designed for today’s bright, clean interiors, Vanderbilt’s VR mullion card readers are easy to install, use, and maintain. The reader, with keypad, maximizes the user interaction with arming, access, and messaging that results in enhanced user interaction “at the door.” All models of the readers have three indicator LEDs and a multi-tone buzzer for audio verification. A multi-color light frame enforces access status information.
Vanderbilt announced that it would showcase the latest version of ACT Enterprise at Security Essen 2018. Along with demonstrations of the access control software solution, visitors to Security Essen can explore the full range of products that Vanderbilt has to offer at Stand 6D90, with a significant focus on increased integration within the company’s products and with third-party systems. The latest ACT Enterprise features, which include integration with Vanderbilt’s award-winning SPC intrusion system, a rules mapping engine, and a smartphone app, were previewed at the IFSEC tradeshow in London in June and received a wave of positive feedback from visitors to the show.
Vanderbilt announced that Scott Kilbourn has been named the company’s new Southeast Regional Sales Director. In this role, he will be instrumental in creating relationships with both end users and channel partners as he helps build on the continued success of the organization in the region. Kilbourn joins Vanderbilt from All State Fire and Security, where he served as a Strategic Account Executive, working as part of an expansive team to manage and grow existing accounts, as well as foster new business prospects.
Vanderbilt, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced today that its latest cloud-based access control and video management solution, ACT365, was chosen as a 2018 Money-Saving Products Award winner by BUILDINGS Magazine. Vanderbilt ACT365 was recognized in the June 2018 issue of BUILDINGS Magazine for the features it offers building owners and facility managers for life safety and security.
Vanderbilt announced the release of a new range of SPC Wireless devices. The range of devices include detectors, panic buttons, fobs, and a transceiver. The devices are discreet and tasteful in design with sleek and modern lines to complement the interior styles of many environments, such as retail stores and apartment buildings. Wireless technology is coming of age, and the new Vanderbilt devices boast two-way wireless technology that delivers ease of installation without compromising on the security of a wired system.
Vanderbilt announced the release of SPC Connect 2.6. SPC Connect is a hosted cloud-based solution designed for installers to monitor, manage, and maintain SPC panels remotely from any location. The latest features revolve around creating an ecosystem for installers and system users that will allow them to work together better. The feature is highly refined, with installers having the choice of which system users receive the message, such as panel managers.
Homey, the smart home platform developed by the Dutch company Athom, has integrated Vanderbilt’s SPC security systems. The partnership, announced by Athom and Vanderbilt, adds the certified security system of Vanderbilt to the popular Smart Home Platform Homey. The collaboration allows users to enjoy more comfort and more security, without any duplications in hardware, thus saving resources and money.
Vanderbilt has expanded the capabilities of its sales team through the appointment of Alan Nydes as Northeast Director of Sales. In his new position with Vanderbilt, Nydes will be in charge of implementing and managing the sales activities in his target region, identifying new market opportunities and defining the actions required to build revenue. Nydes is an access control and video security expert with experience in the design and deployment of integrated IP-based solutions.
The Security.World community voted during the summer of 2017 and selected the Physical Security and Video Surveillance industry’s Top 12 Influencers. This Profile is one in the series of 12 of those individuals that are making a difference in our industry. Congratulations to Mitchell Kane, President, Vanderbilt. We reached out to Mitchell to get his views and insight on what is happening in the physical security and video surveillance market.
The Security.World community voted during the summer of 2017 and selected the Physical Security and Video Surveillance industry’s Top 12 Influencers. This Profile is one in the series of 12 of those individuals that are making a difference in our industry. Congratulations to Joe Grillo, CEO, Vanderbilt. We reached out to Joe to get his views and insight on what is happening in the physical security and video surveillance market.
Cloud technology has resulted in a society that is always connected. For the security industry, this means it is now possible to remotely monitor many locations from hundreds of miles away. This is an area where Vanderbilt solutions carry particular depth. A browser and an internet connection are all that’s required to access Vanderbilt’s flagship cloud products, ACT365 and SPC Connect. ACT365 is an integrated access control and video management solution while SPC Connect is one of the strongest intrusion detection solutions on the market. Remote monitoring is a backbone feature of these solutions.
Vanderbilt, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced the addition of SPC Connect to its SPC product portfolio, a hosted cloud-based solution designed specifically for installers to monitor, manage, and maintain SPC panels remotely from any location. The Vanderbilt SPC series of hybrid intrusion detection systems offer a cost-effective design and installation concept, with both wired and wireless capabilities for intrusion coverage. SPC can be tailored to small businesses, with applicability through large multinational enterprise organizations.