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- 11/26/18--06:00: _General Motors Chin...
- 12/13/18--06:28: _Advanced Integrates...
- 12/14/18--07:00: _History Meets the F...
- 12/19/18--06:00: _SightLogix Smart Th...
- 12/24/18--08:00: _2GIG Security Syste...
- 01/09/19--06:31: _Nexus Communication...
- 01/11/19--07:00: _Princeton Identity’...
- 12/14/18--07:00: History Meets the Future With Bosch System
- 12/19/18--06:00: SightLogix Smart Thermal Cameras Protect Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi
- 12/24/18--08:00: 2GIG Security System Thwarts Break-In at Rural Wisconsin Café
General Motors Co., one of the world’s largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908. The General Motors-China relationship dates back more than nine decades. GM China’s vision is to be the most valued automotive company in China. SAIC General Motors Co., Ltd. (SAIC-GM) is a joint venture between GM and SAIC. SAIC-GM has four major manufacturing bases — Jinqiao in Shanghai, Dong Yue in Yantai, Norsom in Shenyang, and Wuhan — with eight vehicle plants and four powertrain plants. SAIC-GM offers over 20 product lines under the Buick, Chevrolet, and Cadillac brands. Its products include luxury vehicles, economy, and premium sedans, MPVs and SUVs, and hybrid and electric vehicles.
One of the World’s most famous hotel chains, DoubleTree by Hilton part of Hilton Worldwide, has selected a high-performance fire system from industry leader Advanced at their hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.
It took six years to remodel the interior of the “Palace of Culture,” a monument to socialism built in the 1960s under East German communist rule. Now Bosch is contributing intelligent solutions to make sure that visitors feel safe there, without detracting from its historic charm.
Smart thermal cameras from SightLogix are being used to protect the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum on Saadiyat Island, located alongside Abu Dhabi’s coast. The smart thermal intruder detection system has been providing waterside security around this innovative architectural facility since opening to the public in 2017.
Small business owners face many challenges, but few can change an entrepreneur’s fortunes as swiftly as a break-in or theft due to inadequate security. Julie Kline, owner of Alma’s Café in Allenton, Wis., recently learned the true value of security after her new 2GIG system helped thwart a break-in with an audible alarm and instant notification.
Nexus Communications Technology provides state of the art IP and IT services for modern multi-site businesses and healthcare facilities. As a managed service provider (MSP) Nexus designs, installs and manages anything that can be given an IP address, from tablets and Wi-Fi access points to surveillance cameras, workstations, IP phones, networks, firewalls, printers, fax machines, and other IP access controls. The company provides turnkey installation, maintenance, and support solutions.
Alabama’s Auburn University has updated and expanded the biometric identity system it uses to secure areas within its athletic facilities. Princeton Identity’s new IDS software and Access200 iris readers allow student athletes, coaches and other affiliated team members enrolled in the system to unlock the doors to team locker rooms by glancing at small reader panels mounted outside each entrance. As athletes and coaches rarely carry personal items with them onto the field, the Princeton Identity system eliminates the need for access control cards, fobs, or PIN codes, which can be difficult to manually enter when carrying equipment. It also increases security. Biometric credentials make it impossible for students to share cards or codes with others, while the system’s convenience factor reduces the desire for students to leave doors propped open for easier access.