3xLOGIC, Inc., global provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions, and a three-time Deloitte Technology Fast 500 winner, announced that the company has added to its growing North American sales network, along with other personnel moves at its umbrella company, Stanley Products and Solutions (SPS). The company added two new RSMs to further penetrate key markets in the Pacific NW as well as the Mid-Atlantic regions and appointed a new Marketing Manager for the PACOM brand of products. 3xLOGIC adds security expert 3xLOGIC welcomes Joel Dombovy as a Regional Sales Manager (RSM) in the Northwest 3xLOGIC welcomes Joel Dombovy as a Regional Sales Manager (RSM) in the Northwest. Joel comes to the company with 14 years of security industry experience, working with companies such as Interlogix, GE Security, and Honeywell. John Saxen will support Joel as the Inside Sales Account Manager for the region. Jake Franklin takes over as RSM for the Mid-Atlantic. He joins the company from RF Technologies, a safety solutions company in healthcare where he was RSM for the Northeast. Prior to that, he worked as Critical Infrastructure Account Manager & Sales Representative at a security integration company. Jake’s passion for technology and previous security experience make him an excellent addition to 3xLOGIC’s powerful sales team. Bill Hobbs, Global VP of Sales for SPS, announced that both Joel and Jake will report to Jason Bryan, Director of Sales. PACOM expands marketing team Jennifer Joyce is the new Marketing Manager for PACOM, sister company of 3xLOGIC, as the company continues to expand efforts in the North American to market the wide range of PACOM solutions that have found success all over the world. She brings more than 25 years of marketing and design experience to the team. Her global marketing experience began with Firestone Industrial Products and Jennifer most recently spent her time in digital marketing as Marketing Director for Orbis Education. She will report to Suzi Abell, Senior Director of Global Marketing, SPS. Gavin O’Keeffe has been promoted to Director of Product Management Elsewhere in the larger SPS organisation Charlie Erickson has a new title reflecting his growing responsibilities—Chief Technology Officer. He continues to oversee Product Management as his team continues to expand. Reporting directly to Charlie, Michael Poe has been promoted to Director of Product Management. He will be leading the Video, Blue, DIY, and TRENDS products lines. Rick Walker will be aligned under Poe’s leadership. New PAC, PACOM, infinias head Also reporting to Charlie, Gavin O’Keeffe has been promoted to Director of Product Management, and he will be leading the PAC, PACOM, infinias, and Sonitrol product teams. We also welcome Darren Monroe, Product Manager for infinias to Gavin’s team. Darren will work in the 3xLOGIC office in Indianapolis and Gavin works out of the PACOM Australia office. Drew Alexander continues as Sr. Director of Program Management, and he will continue to add Program Managers to his team to facilitate a growing list of product launches and business initiatives.
PACOM Systems, part of STANLEY Product & Technology, a provider of security and access control solutions, is helping users reduce false alarms with the PACOM 8003 intelligent security control panel. A true hybrid panel, the PACOM 8003 is capable of delivering both advanced access control and robust, EN Grade 3 intrusion detection across applications of all sizes; from simple two-door installations to campuses and multi-site estates. Built to ensure compliance with widely recognised EN 50131 and BS8243 PD6662-2017 approvals, the PACOM 8003 helps to reduce false alarms by meeting exacting standards concerning the method by which alarms are confirmed and therefore whether a police response is activated. To this end, the PACOM 8003 can confirm alarm activation by video, audio and sequential alarm verification. The PACOM 8003 offers up to eight configurable five state inputs and eight outputs comprising two relays and six open collectors Easy scalability and convenient deployment As an intelligent, IP-enabled, hybrid device, the PACOM 8003 uses PACOM-Edge technology which offers advanced security capabilities across an organisation’s Ethernet backbone, so reducing the need for traditional security cabling which means easy scalability plus fast and convenient deployment. The PACOM 8003 offers up to eight configurable five state inputs and eight outputs comprising two relays and six open collectors. Inputs can be expanded up to 64 and outputs can be expanded up to 32 via the addition of on-board expansion modules and/or remote I/O devices. With high demand across the globe for intelligent control panels, STANLEY Product & Technology has recognised and responded to the need of installers for greater choice in systems. The PACOM 8003 addresses this need with features such as a network port and the option of on-board access as standard. Better Return on Investment “Over the last few years there has been a seismic shift in the technology that is incorporated into modern intruder alarm systems, and manufacturers have to demonstrate fresh and innovative thinking and design,” commented Gavin O'Keeffe, Global Technical Director at STANLEY Product & Technology. “The PACOM 8003 can significantly improve return on investment through a security solution that has been carefully engineered to protect people, property and assets – while reducing false alarms. The hybrid PACOM 8003 delivers more scalability, power and flexibility than any other integrated control panel in its class.”
PACOM Systems, part of STANLEY Product & Technology, a provider of security and access control solutions, has announced that its PACOM 8003 intelligent security control panel has achieved BS8243 PD662-2017 approval. A true hybrid panel, the PACOM 8003 is capable of delivering both advanced access control and EN Grade 3 intrusion detection, and this exciting development means that its level of adoption can be significantly expanded throughout the UK, which will help provide a growing number of end users with the most cost-effective intruder alarm system approach to building security. Driven by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), due to the number of false and unwanted alarms that the police service had to attend, BS8243 PD662-2017 offers recommendations on the installation, maintenance and management of intruder and hold-up alarm system. It defines the method by which alarms are confirmed, the means of un-setting the security system, and the options of remote signalling that are permissible in order to gain a police response. Enhanced security with PACOM Edge Confirmation can be carried out in a number of ways including video, audio and sequential alarm verification, and the PACOM 8003 can play a vital role in this process. An intelligent, IP-enabled, hybrid device, it is built using PACOM-Edge technology and, by offering advanced security capabilities across an organisation’s Ethernet backbone, it reduces the need for traditional security cabling. Furthermore, it offers up to eight configurable five state inputs and eight outputs comprising two relays and six open collectors. Inputs can be expanded up to 64 and outputs can be expanded up to 32 via the addition of on-board expansion modules and/or remote I/O devices. The PACOM 8003 can significantly improve return on investment through a security solution that is engineered to protect people, property and assets" PACOM 8003’s new BS8243 PD662-2017 status follows its approval as an EN 50131 Grade 3 product and, with high demand currently across the UK and Europe for intelligent control panels, STANLEY Product & Technology believes that this situation will lead to significant interest. With features such as a network port and the option of onboard access as standard, it will greatly enhance the level of choice available to systems integrators. Improved return on investment “Over the last few years there has been a seismic shift in the technology that is incorporated into modern intruder alarm systems, and manufacturers have to demonstrate fresh and innovative thinking and design,” commented Gavin O'Keeffe, Global Technical Director at STANLEY Product & Technology. “The PACOM 8003 can significantly improve return on investment through a security solution that has been carefully engineered to protect people, property and assets. Achieving BS8243 PD662-2017 approval means that more customers and end users will now be able to find out why the PACOM 8003 delivers more scalability, power and flexibility than any other integrated control panel in its class.”
STANLEY Product & Technology, a provider of security and access control solutions, has announced the introduction of its next generation display card reader – PACOM 8707. Developed around the company’s PACOM Unison platform, PACOM 8707 will initially be available in the Nordics, with the intention to roll it out across other countries and regions in due course. PACOM 8707 has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of companies of all sizes that want the most secure access control solution possible. As the first line of defence against those wishing to infiltrate operational technology systems and information, PACOM 8707 incorporates state-of-the-art card management and authentication, and supports all generations of the MIFARE protocol, including MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Plus (Levels 1 and 3), as well as MIFARE DESFire EV1 and MIFARE DESFire EV2. It also supports radio frequency identification (RFID)-based cards and the Wiegand over the air protocol. Supports the latest version of OSDP In order to provide an enhanced level of protection against hackers, PACOM 8707 also supports the latest version of the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP), to ensure that sniffing devices can’t be installed behind the reader or along the communications path. The use of OSDP also allows means the card reader can safely interface with control panels or other security management systems. Display card readers not only have to offer a high level of security and performance When used in modern commercial buildings, display card readers not only have to offer a high level of security and performance – they have to look good and be user friendly too. These elements have been designed into PACOM 8707 with a timeless and user-friendly design that is based around a cutting-edge organic lighting emitting diode (OLED) display. This offers a solution that is much sharper than traditional liquid crystal displays (LCD) and can be read at wider angles and brighter light conditions, ensuring the information is readable in almost any environmental condition. Text and graphics The screen itself can be used to display both text and graphics, facilitating customisation and the opportunity to, for example, incorporate corporate logos or provide basic instructions to users on what action to take next. This is all made possible thanks to 16 backlit buttons, which are also designed to be accessible to people with disabilities. Remote and local programming and configuration couldn't be easier. Programming cards or manual card reader programming devices are not required, as the downloading of encryption keys is carried out from PACOM Unison software, which then configures the card reader along with the rest of the security system. Alternatively, it can be locally configured through the OLED display when installed by an on-site systems integrator. Furthermore, the PACOM 8707 is highly flexible and its 10-30V DC range can accept a wider range of input voltages, ensuring that it can be installed in nearly any environment both indoors and outdoors. Gavin O'Keeffe, Global Technical Director at STANLEY Product & Technology, commented, “The PACOM 8707 sets a new standard in display card reader technology and elevates the functionality and performance capabilities of the PACOM Unison platform. The features we have introduced in PACOM 8707 make it the most secure, functional, flexible and user friendly device of its kind and it will meet the ever-growing demands of end users, as well cementing our leading market position.”
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