ASSA ABLOY Mobile Innovation Showroom On The Road To ASIS 2012
The ASSA ABLOY Mobile Innovation Showroom (MIS) is back on the road and beginning the official countdown to ASIS 2012, Sept. 10-13, 2012. Currently with over 70,000 miles traveled to over 100 cities across the country, the truck features more than 100 products across five sections in a 750-square-foot showroom.
The MIS will be on the show floor at the upcoming ASIS 2012 in Philadelphia, PA, and provide attendees the chance to experience a wide range of ASSA ABLOY solutions ranging from the advanced technology of the security continuum, life-safety, sustainable building solutions, aesthetic openings and services and training.
Continuously updated throughout the year, the traveling display is designed to provide an interactive experience of the latest in the range of security solutions for end-users, customers, architects, designers and security integrators.
“The theme of this year’s ASIS show is ‘Driving Security’s Future’ and what better way to do that than with an 18-wheeler tractor trailer! If you haven’t seen the Mobile Innovation Showroom in the past six months, you haven’t seen it at all. We are highlighting a range of brand-new products from across our family of brands that systems integrators can see first-hand exclusively in the truck,” said Sean McGrath, Senior Director of Marketing and Solutions, ASSA ABLOY. “
The ASSA ABLOY MIS will be located at the ASSA ABLOY booth #1708 in the Philadelphia Convention Center, during the show (Sept. 10 –13, 2012) with tours running every 20 minutes.
For more information on the Mobile Innovation Showroom and its scheduled stops, visit http://www.assaabloy.com/en/com. For more information on ASIS, visit www.asisonline.org.
Kwikset Locks Featured in Country Living Magazine
At a time when homeowners are investing in highly flexible and usable spaces, Country Living features Kwikset® as a smart and convenient security solution throughout its 2012 House of the Year micro-cottage project. Kwikset's sponsorship will extend smart security options to a kitchen, office and guest bedroom with Kwikset's Signature Series™ products. Kwikset's SmartKey® re-key technology and SmartCode™ keyless entry products are featured in each of the micro-cottages.
"Country Living is well-known for celebrating stylish interiors that reflect their readers' interests and personal journeys," said Tracy Haugh, senior brand manager, Kwikset. "By partnering with the House of the Year, we will showcase how Kwikset's smart, simple security solutions align with homeowners' unique lifestyles and style preferences."
"We're so glad to have Kwikset lend their support to the House of the Year project," says Sarah Gray Miller, editor in chief, Country Living. "Like with all homes, it was important to ensure the safety of Country Living's House of the Year, and Kwikset made that process seamless and easy."
Country Living's 2012 House of the Year building project, Room to Spare, consists of three separate single room micro-cottages approximately 250 square feet each. Separate from the main home, these cottages enable homeowners to add space without the hassle and inconvenience of major construction. The micro-cottages were displayed at The World Financial Center and open to the public for one week in May. Additionally, homeowners can tour the cottages in the September issue of Country Living and virtually on August 7, when the issue hits newsstands.
Steelcraft® Debuts Stainless Steel LS-Series Doors & FS-Series Frames
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies introduces its new stainless steel Steelcraft LS-Series doors and FS-Series frames. The new doors and frames offer effective performance even in notoriously harsh environments such as waste water treatment plants, food processing plants, bio laboratories and indoor aquatic environments. Steelcraft stainless steel doors and frames and internal components are fabricated from 100 percent stainless steel, never clad, to ensure that there is no contamination from dissimilar metals that can result in galvanic corrosion.
Participating students use the aptiQmobile application on their personal iPhones to enter the building and pay for laundry using their existing credentials
Installing a multi-credential reader at every new door provides flexibility for the future, for an easy transition to NFC-enabled smartphones.