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INDUSTRY PULSE NEWS
GSX 2021 Returns
to In-Person Format
▶ ALEXANDRIA, Va. - ASIS Int'l will present
hybrid programming for Global Security
Exchange (GSX) 2021, with in-person
and digital experiences taking place Sept.
27-29 at the Orange County Convention
Center in Orlando, Fla., and via an online
event platform.
As the first in-person GSX in just over
two years, the event will feature nearly
300 exhibitors with cutting-edge innovations,
technologies and services.
Encompassing more than 80 sessions
exploring vital issues in the security profession,
the GSX education lineup will be
staged across six learning theaters at the
in-person event. As an example, sessions
from the Offensive Strategies and Defensive
Strategies stages will be streamed
live to digital attendees, with recordings of
these sessions becoming available within
24 hours of their conclusion. Select sessions
from the other stages will become
available in the weeks following the in-person
event.
Digital attendees will be able to chat
and ask real-time questions to presenters
of the live-streamed sessions. The GSX
All-Access experience will kick-off with
10 digital sessions made available on-demand
following the launch of the digital
platform on Sept. 15. Both digital and
in-person All-Access attendees will be able
to access online GSX session recordings
through the end of the year.
Carrier Sells Chubb Fire &
Security Business for $3B
▶ PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Carrier
Global Corp. agreed to sell its Chubb fire
and security business to APi Group Corp.
for an enterprise value of $3.1 billion. Carrier's
global fire and security products business
is not part of the transaction.
The sale is said to enable Carrier to
focus on its core businesses and to reallocate
net proceeds consistent with its
stated capital allocation priorities, including
funding organic and inorganic growth,
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from prospective buyers, which included
private equity firms Apax Partners, PAI
Partners and Eurazeo SE, came in below
UTC's expectations.
UTC acquired Chubb for $1 billion in
2003. In 2019, UTC announced it would
start winding down its Interlogix business
in a move that blindsided the company's
reps and customers.
The proposed sale to APi Group Corp. is
subject to a consultation process and regulatory
approvals. It is expected to close in
late Q4 2021 or early Q1 2022.
GSX was last held as an onsite event
in Chicago in 2019.
All-Access Pass registrants can earn
up to 21 CPEs toward their recertification
whether they attend the in-person or digital
experience. The session lineup includes
expert-led deep dives that can improve the
practice of security professionals at any
stage of their career, covering topics like
access control, asset protection, surveillance,
remote workforces, workplace violence,
cybersecurity, business continuity,
crisis management, resilience and more.
For additional information, visit. gsx.org.
dividends, and share repurchases within a
solid investment grade credit rating.
Chubb is a leading global provider of fire
safety and security solutions for an array
of vertical markets, including banking and
finance, commercial and offices, education,
government, healthcare and more.
The company was originally shopped by
United Technologies Corp. (UTC) - which
Carrier operated under until its split last
year - in 2018 and was rumored to fetch
around $3 billion. UTC ultimately put the
brakes on selling the business after bids
Security Sales & Integration SEPTEMBER 2021
ONVIF Unveils Profile D for
Access Control Peripherals
▶ SAN RAMON, Calif. - ONVIF has released
a new profile that addresses interfaces
for access control peripheral devices,
providing the market with an additional
tool for building secure IP-based integrated
video and access control systems using
the standard.
Profile D is designed to provide ONVIF
interoperability for peripheral devices such
as locks, credential/biometric readers, PIN
pads, license plate recognition cameras,
door phones, sensors and displays. These
types of peripherals commonly require
specific integrations between products
from different vendors to be able to incorporate
them into an access control management
platform, according to ONVIF.
" Users are increasingly looking to incorporate
additional technologies into their
access control systems for use in innovative
ways, such as bar-code reading cameras
for visitor management or video door
stations for intercom applications, " says
Patrik Björling, chair of the ONVIF Profile
D Working Group. " Profile D provides a
standardized way to satisfy this demand
for interoperability, which can in turn drive
additional opportunities for more use cases
for peripheral devices. "
Profile D complements Profile A and
Profile C in enabling standardized communications
in an IP-based electronic access
control system. Profile D devices can also
support video profiles such as Profile T
and Profile M to enable an integrated video
and access control system using ONVIF
interfaces.
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