Johnson Controls Detector is a customer magazine we produce twice a year to provide valuable information for your business. Each issue incorporates vital information on the fire, retail and security industry, on its evolution and developments and on our most interesting implementations.
Our 2015 edition of the Detector shines the spotlight on Critical Infrastructure and the growing concern for many of our customers on security and safety.This issue is packed full with expert opinion, our vision of the future and customer stories showcasing the life-safety and security solutions we have developed.Highlights include:- An interview with Lex Coors, VP DTEG and chief engineer of Interxion who gave us a fascinating insight into the growing importance of data centres and the need to address potential fire and security threats.- Richard Rademaker, director of data center operations for Cogent Communications, also discusses his experience of the integrated fire and security solution delivered by Johnson Controls for a new colocation site in Halfweg, near Amsterdam.- Securing mass public events and the need to understand the psychology behind crown panic.
In this first issue of the year, we address many of the challenges that safety and security professionals more and more need take into account, related both to the type of solutions they need to deploy in order to successfully mitigate new risks, and to the way they interface and work with the rest of the business.This edition highlights include:- Overview of the major trends facing security professionals addressing compliance, the change of focus to mitigating business risks and convergence with other disciplines- Deep dive into the four key technologies that will impact security systems in the future: biometrics, video analytics and business intelligence, the cloud and remote monitoring, PSIM- Our approach to omni-channel retailing- Expert view from Thorsten Neumann, Chairman of TAPA, on organised crime and losses throughout the supply chain, TAPA and its role in helping members combat this crime and some of the technology developments that assist in this work- Coverage of the events we participated to this year, including ASIS and EuroShop
Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com) is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its genuine Sensormatic brand, a name synonymous with innovation, quality and service. The company’s first anti-theft pedestals and tags were disruptive technologies to an industry that relied on physical security for merchandise protection. Today,...
Johnson Controls Integrated Fire & Security (IFS), a Johnson Controls company which designs, installs and services fire and electronic security systems, is joining the ASIS 15th European Security Conference & Exhibition taking place in London from 6-8 April 2016, as the lead sponsor (visit the Johnson Controls booth number C8).
GERRY WEBER, one of the most prominent and successful German fashion and lifestyle companies, has selected Tyco Retail Solutions (www.tycoretailsolutions.com), a leading provider of retail performance and security solutions, for its RFID initiative to enhance item-level inventory visibility and accuracy in 800 stores. Johnson Controls’s TrueVue...