DUBLIN (Dec. 28, 2015) – Thank you to all of our customers, partners, and employees who made 2016 such a fantastic year! To celebrate, check out our top stories and milestones from the past year from across social media. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to keep up-to-date on all our current news.
When architects design a building, it is about more than just style or aesthetics. It is how those elements add to the user experience—how they are able to move about, function and even enjoy a building. And now, architects have another tool in their arsenal that is allowing them to take the building experience to a whole new level: Internet of Things (IoT).
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, there were two distinct departments: security and IT. The security department installed locks and other hardware, assigned and managed keys, and took responsibility for both the safety of its facilities and the budget that ensured its security. IT operated the enterprise technology, managed its own budget and rarely thought about what was happening in the security department.
"The Internet of Things (IoT) has become quite a phenomenon, as more and more networked devices are connected to the Internet and generate valuable data for users." (Originally published by ASMag.com)
In September, Allegion initiated a $100,000 contribution to build Habitat homes alongside families in Tijuana and Tecate with a volunteer team made up of 120 employees.
Allegion is making a proactive effort to share the positive reality of manufacturing careers within its communities. The truth is that there are incredible jobs in manufacturing in a variety of functions, from production and distribution to engineering and environmental health and safety. Many individuals who have made careers in manufacturing at Allegion have worked in a number of these roles, developing a variety of valuable skills and leading very dynamic day-to-day work lives.
Allegion welcomed Trelock to its family of brands this year.
As Allegion turned 3 in December, some of our employees reflected on our accomplishments.
Allegion and its brands won several awards, certifications, and distinctions - and we couldn't do it without our employees, customers and partners. We won these awards together - thank you!
Allegion Senior Vice President and President of the Americas Tim Eckersley: honored with the Jay Hauhn Excellence in Partnerships Award at The Security Industry Association (SIA) Honors Night during ISC East in New York.
Axa Sparta M8i with AXA connect module: AXA’s connected lock won one of the three Bike Innovation Award 2016, for its AXA Sparta product. The award is presented by the Dutch RAI Association, representing industry.
FSH FSS1 High Security Door Monitoring Sensor: Awarded "Product of the Year" from the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) and "High Commendation" from the Australian Engineering Excellence Awards (AAEA).
Schlage: Named on of the Top 10 Access Control Influential Brands by HC360.com.
SimonsVoss SmartIntego: Took Gold at the German Design Award 2016, hosted by the German Design Council, and was nominated for industry excellence in branding. In addition, the Council honored the product with the Iconic Award in the architectural category in 2015.
Von Duprin: Honored with the New Product Platinum Award from College Planning & Management for outstanding product development achievements in the Locks and Door Hardware category for the Von Duprin Security Dogging Indicator.
Allegion to Divest UK Doors & Service Businesses
Schlage Debuts New Line of Decorative Door Hardware and Extends Matte Black Finish Offerings for Classic and Sophisticated Living Spaces
Allegion to Feature New ENGAGE™ Technology-Enabled Schlage® Wireless Electronic Locks at ASHE
Allegion Honored for Safer Schools Advocacy with Inaugural Security Industry Association Policy Award