On September 8–12 in Chicago, ASSA ABLOY will show GSX 2019 attendees the latest innovations in their security and life safety offerings. They’ll also hold special events and educational opportunities for conference attendees at their booth, #1303. “New challenges are always on the horizon, so security professionals need to stay ahead of changing conditions and have access to cutting-edge solutions,” said Mark Duato, Executive Vice President of Aftermarket Solutions at ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. “We’re proud to be at GSX again this year and support professionals across education, government, healthcare, commercial and multi-family security in staying ahead of what’s next for the industry.” Proactive solutions for security ASSA ABLOY is making access more convenient by extending electronic solutions to openings in commercial facilities At GSX 2019, visitors to the ASSA ABLOY booth will experience the latest products to help them better secure, manage and control their spaces. ASSA ABLOY is making access more convenient by extending electronic solutions to openings in commercial facilities and multi-family residences. For example, the award-winning Adams Rite G100 digital glass door lock with Aperio wireless technology offers a surface-mount solution for interior all-glass doors that integrates with existing software. Now glass openings can utilise single-card or dual-factor authentication without the need for cutting and drilling to install the lock. The latest keypad access product by Yale, the nexTouch Keypad Exit Trim, easily upgrades exit devices with keyless technology in commercial, multi-use and multi-family spaces. This scalable solution functions as a stand-alone keypad lock, or it can be integrated with a data-on-card or wireless access system. Enhancing security in educational facilities ASSA ABLOY combines security with cost effectiveness so that safety solutions can be implemented at scaleASSA ABLOY also remains committed to enhancing security in educational facilities. Their award-winning attack-resistant doors are tested according to the FBI’s active shooter report and can withstand a four-minute attack by an assailant using a variety of tools and weapons. ASSA ABLOY combines security with cost effectiveness so that safety solutions can be implemented at scale. “GSX 2019 is a great opportunity to show a range of stakeholders in various industries how ASSA ABLOY can help them strengthen life safety and security at their facilities,” explained Jeff Huggins, VP Government Programs & National Accounts, ASSA ABLOY, Door Security Services. “Our activities and interactive displays onsite will also allow visitors to deepen their knowledge and discover new ways to better secure their spaces, and they’ll even have the opportunity to give back to our brave military members.” Contributing for military ASSA ABLOY will feature hands-on activities and informational opportunities at their booth. On September 11, they will offer an opportunity for GSX attendees to give back to those who sacrifice for our freedoms by hosting a USO Bag Build in their booth. Attendees can pack supplies for military, who transit through the Chicago USO centresFrom 12 – 4 p.m. CT, attendees can pack supplies for military, who transit through the Chicago USO centres, including weekly graduates from the US Navy’s boot camp at Great Lakes and transiting troops who may be en route to or returning from deployments at locations across the globe. Training and education resources At the in-booth Technology Center, visitors can explore the: Customer Support App center, where attendees can view interactive videos, chat with technicians and review troubleshooting resources. BILT app kiosk, which showcases easy-to-use 3D installation instructions for ASSA ABLOY products. ASSA ABLOY Academy for training and education resources. Openings StudioTM kiosk, where attendees can preview integrative BIM software tools for designing, building and managing openings that can be used throughout the lifecycle of a building. ASSA ABLOY Group companies will also be onsite, including ABLOY (booth#2523), Ameristar Perimeter Security (booth#1413), HID Global (booth#1503) and Traka (booth#1213).
ASSA ABLOY is excited to announce a partnership with the USO at ISC West 2018 that will provide deployment kits loaded with food, toiletries and other personal items, for active duty military personnel waiting on their personal gear to join them at their destination. Both ASSA ABLOY and the USO are inviting all attendees of the show to stop by and help pack the 300 kits at the ASSA ABLOY booth (#8061). The event continues the collaboration between ASSA ABLOY and the USO to find innovative ways to involve trade show attendants in supporting our deployed service members. The event is an important component of ASSA ABLOY’s core commitment to helping support our military communities" Partner companies ASSA ABLOY partner companies taking part in the event include AccessNSite, AMAG, Averics, BluB0X, Feenics, Galaxy, Genetec, Honeywell Prowatch, ICT, Identiv, Inaxsys, Lenel, Mercury, Monitor Dynamics, Open Options, ProdataKey, RBH, RS2, and Vanderbilt. Jeff Huggins, Director Government Programs, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, says "The event is an important component of ASSA ABLOY’s core commitment to helping support our military communities across the country." Supporting the troops “Leaving for and returning from deployment is no simple undertaking,” Huggins said. “Not only do these types of events help support troops directly, but they also raise awareness of the complex and emotionally taxing effort these men and women have made for our country. We’re extremely grateful for their service, and we know that gratitude is common within the ISC West community, so we are excited to get as many people involved as possible.”
The programme will help raise awareness that returning from deployment is not as simple as arriving home Reaffirming its commitment to support returning veterans and the USO organisation, ASSA ABLOY is partnering with the USO to provide returning troops waiting for the return of their personal baggage with homecoming bags loaded with food, toiletries and other personal items. ASSA ABLOY encourages attendees to come to the company’s booth at ASIS (#2815) September 28th- October 1st and join ASSA ABLOY employees in packing homecoming bags to show support for returning troops. Raising awareness According to Jeff Huggins, Director Government Programs, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, the programme underscores ASSA ABLOY’s support of the troops and will help raise awareness that returning from deployment is not as simple as arriving home. “Coming home is complex and everything we can do to show our support and normalise the process is effort well-spent,” Huggins said today. “We’re grateful for their service and applaud the work of the USO. It’s clear that this sentiment is prevalent throughout the ASIS community, so running the programme at this show is timely.” Commenting on the programme, Bob Hope USO Executive Director Bob Kurkjian said today, “Our troops are working to protect freedom for our nation and our allies each and every day. That often means going into harm’s way to support our friends and maintain freedom in communities around the world. When organisations such as ASSA ABLOY support Bob Hope USO’s work with our troops and their families, they are helping our military families on a very personal level that is greatly appreciated.”
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