Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies Hits the Road

CARMEL, IN – Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies will educate security professionals about reader, card, and general electronic access control technologies and terminologies in a series of events to be held throughout the United States. Beginning mid-July in Boston and culminating at the end of September in Southern California, Ingersoll Rand will bring together integrators and end-users to help them solve problems and better understand the pros and cons of different technologies. The two-hour Electronic Access Control Learning Event consists of comprehensive technology and product training and will be held from 9-11 a. m. Some locations may be holding specific “end-user only” sessions from 1-3 p.m. as well.

“Our customers asked for comprehensive training on new technologies and how to best plan effectively for the future,” explains Jeremy Earles, product marketing manager for readers and credentials at Ingersoll Rand. “We want to make sure that both end-users and integrators are making smart and informed decisions when planning their security, and this event should help them do just that.”

Besides reviewing the pros and cons of various types of card technologies and providing information on why smart cards are becoming the card technology of choice, the events will also feature light refreshments and a series of prizes.

Cities and dates include: 

  • Boston, July 18
  • Pittsburgh, July 19
  • Long Island City, NY, July 24
  • Orlando, July 24
  • Chicago, July 24
  • Pompano Beach, Fla., July 26
  • Detroit, July 26
  • Washington, DC, July 31
  • Dallas, August 1
  • Cleveland, August 1
  • Minneapolis, August 2
  • Arizona, August 7
  • Columbus, Ohio, August 9
  • Indianapolis, August 16
  • Atlanta, August 21
  • St. Louis, August 21
  • Northern California, August 22
  • Kansas City, Mo. August 23
  • Southern California, September 26

Registration is required and space is limited, so interested parties should fill out the online registration request form at to reserve a spot to learn more and get smarter about electronic access control at an educational event in a nearby city.