Security Technology Executive

JUL-AUG 2018

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S-12 ACCESS CONTROL TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY 2018 JULY/AUGUST A Long-Term Commitment to Access Control Interoperability With the development and release of Profile A, ONVIF is making a long- term commitment to open access control systems in particular. The development of Profile A took two years and the work of many ONVIF member company representatives from all over the world to develop a standard that can take the physi- cal security market into the next decade. One thing that ONVIF and Anix- ter have in common is the shared view that standards are created to be tools that let customers make educated decisions and still provide them with the freedom to choose the hardware and software of their choice, regardless of manufacturer. Why Partner with ? VISIT | 541.738.5500 Join the CyberLock Team: › High margins › Recurring annual revenue › Lead generation - WE SEND LEADS TO YOU › Product easily retrofits into existing hardware › No hardwiring is required › Marketing Material, Industry Webinars, Sales Presentations Access Control MARKETS WE REACH: › Utilities › Water › Power › Churches › Schools › EMS › Critical Facilties › Traffic › Vending AND MORE! The Pioneer in Key-Centric Access Control Solutions Request information: About ONVIF ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) was founded as a technical alliance by Axis Communications, Sony and Bosch Security and Safety Systems and today have nearly 10,000 conformant products and a member base spanning six continents and 39 countries. ONVIF specifications have been adopted by such global standards bodies as the International Electrotech- nical Commission (IEC) and Cenelec and are becoming increasingly applica- ble in growing security and connectiv- ity environments such as Safe City ini- tiatives, IoT applications and intelligent building automation. To learn more about Profile A or any of the ONVIF Profiles, visit ¥ About the Author: Bob Dolan is on the ONVIF Technical Services Com- mittee and is Director of Tech- nology Secu- rity Solutions at Anixter. He brings with him over 29 years of sales, management, and technical experience in the physi- cal security industry. After working with end-users and integrators for many years, Bob earned his RCDD (Registered Communication Distri- bution Designer) certification from BICSI (Building Industry Consulting Standards International) in 2009 and his CPP (Certified Protection Profes- sional) from ASIS in 2012.

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