About Vanderbilt Industries
Operating in 95 countries, Vanderbilt is a global provider of security systems that strives for innovation in performance across access control, intruder detection, and video management. With a global audience, Vanderbilt is recognised for outstanding customer support and an approvals-rich portfolio of future-proof, high-performance, easy-to-use products.
There are no limits in Vanderbilt’s determination to lead, no limits in our pursuit of excellence. Backboned by the distinguishing characteristics of agility, adaptability, and dependability, Vanderbilt is passionate about meeting its customers’ demands. These decisive traits are natural advantages in satisfying a broad variety of customers’ application needs across banking, education, healthcare, retails, telecommunications, finance, and more.
This is what drives us, this is Vanderbilt's declaration: Vanderbilt are motivated by your goals, adaptable to your needs, and agile in all sectors. Simply put, Vanderbilt is ready for any challenge.
Ready for any challenge
Vanderbilt’s mission is to be dependable, agile and flexible to your needs and solution requirements.
The company's customer service and technical support are highly trained and available when you need them.
Vanderbilt recognises that solutions need to meet the varied requirements of different applications and be flexible enough to grow and adapt to your changing needs.
Vanderbilt values your your business and aspires to move forward in a manner that is mutually beneficial. Together with you, its customers, Vanderbilt is Ready for any Challenge!
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In the digital age, software is a component of almost all systems, including those that drive the physical security market. A trend toward hardware commoditisation is making the role of software even more central to providing value to security solutions. Software developments make more things possible and drive innovation in the market. We asked this week's Expert Panel Roundtable: How do software improvements drive physical security?
All schools and universities need to address three different levels of security when considering access control. The first level is the least vulnerable of the three and concerns the perimeter entry and exit points. Here, incorporating some level of electronic access control should be a consideration, whether that is a combination of electronic and mechanical door hardware, or a complete electronic solution. An electromechanical solution, such as electric strikes, can be beneficial in the effec...
The ability to treat patients in a secure environment is a base requirement of hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Whether facilities are large or small, security challenges abound, including perimeter security, access control of sensitive areas, video surveillance, and even a long list of cyber-risks. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What are the security challenges of hospitals and the healthcare industry?
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Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless is an ideal fit for the retail sector. First off, SPC Wireless devices’ aesthetically appealing design is perfect to fit in with retail environments and compliment the surrounding environments of a modern-day retail store. But, as well as featuring a sleek design, the Wireless devices also have many standout features that specifically benefit the retail sector. Automatic power saving One of these benefits is long battery life as the devices are supported b...
Access control has become a central component for the safety and security strategies of today's schools, and due to the complicated threats and challenges these facilities face, a school's access control technology must be innovative and intelligent enough to ensure comprehensive protection. The education sector is a gateway to the future for young people all over the world. But to assure this passage, schools must guarantee their students safety as well as their education. One such example of...
Security installation specialist Vision Security Services installed Vanderbilt’s ACT365, a cloud-based access control and video management system, at Work.Life, a co-working and private offices facility in London Fields, east London. The ACT365 solution was implemented late in the construction stage, as initially, the client had used a conventional system, before realising late-on the benefits available from cloud management. Essentially, the client needed unified management of access poi...