Door security

ASSA ABLOY's Yale celebrates 175 years, smart locks and new partnerships

When Linus Yale Sr. invented the pin tumbler cylinder lock, it was the start of an iconic security brand that would eventually be known all over the world. What began in a lock shop in Newport, New York, would eventually evolve into the global presence of the brand “Yale” that we know today. The Yale brand was purchased in August 2000 by the Swedish lock manufacturer ASSA ABLOY Group, which expanded Yale’s global presence in the ensuing years and recently has led the way into...

SALTO SVN-Flex brings networked data-on-card technology to enable keyless, wire-free smart buildings

SALTO Systems, a manufacturer of wire-free smart electronic locking solutions, has released SVN-Flex, a new feature that enables SALTO standalone electronic locks and cylinders to update user credentials directly at the door. This SALTO access control technology makes keyless, wire-free smart buildings a reality. SVN-Flex maximises the potential, the efficiency and reliability of the SALTO Virtual Network (SVN), increasing the security, control and convenience for users while reducing the costs...

Smart home access control growth and the future of door security

There’s growing noise around smart homes and smarter security. You’ve probably heard it. But there is a place where access control and more have been smart for decades: the workplace. Home automation and IoT are still playing catch-up with the commercial sector. A new insights report from ASSA ABLOY and IFSEC Global — “The Smart Door Locks Report 2018” — measures just how fast consumer smart technology is running. According to a survey conducted for the repor...

Matrix Comsec enters Canada with its intelligent enterprise security and communication solutions

Matrix Comsec, a pioneer of technologically advanced security and communications solutions, is preparing to spread its footprints in the Canadian market. Security and communication solutions Matrix is renowned enterprise and each of their solutions are designed and manufactured in the company’s exclusive DSIR (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research) certified Research and Development Center. More than 40% of the company’s manpower is dedicated to the development of c...

Vicon introduces smartphone credentialing for its VAX Access Control System

Vicon Industries, Inc., designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components brings a new level of convenience and simplicity to its VAX Access Control solution with today’s introduction of mobile credentialing. This new feature allows VAX customers to present their smartphones, instead of cards or fobs, to specialised Bluetooth-enabled VAX door readers. Smartphone and mobile credentialing Upon installation of a custom smartphone “wal...

DHF calls for improved compliance with regards to automated gate safety ahead of ‘Gate Safety Week’

On the eve of its fifth ‘Gate Safety Week’ initiative, Tamworth-based trade association, the Door & Hardware Federation, (DHF) is calling for continued commitment to improving industry compliance with regards to automated gate safety. The organisation, founded in 1897, and renowned UK-wide as the independent voice of authority on automated gate safety, is reinforcing its on-going message that only by undertaking comprehensive training and adhering to technical specifications and...