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Honeywell will showcase Connected Buildings technologies that aim to minimize response times and eliminate human delays in critical situations at this year’s Global Exchange Security Conference and Expo (GSX) in Las Vegas. The company will demonstrate products that help commercial buildings detect threats early, respond to incidents faster, centralize decision making, and allow management from anywhere. These solutions are part of Honeywell’s Connected Buildings portfolio designed to turn buildings into business assets while keeping people and property safe.
“Time is the most critical component when it comes to protecting people, which means any security solution should be designed to remove human delay,” said Mike Maher, general manager, Honeywell Commercial Security. “The technologies Honeywell will showcase at GSX are designed with one end goal in mind: enabling end users and law enforcement to respond faster to emergencies.”
Honeywell, for example, will highlight the importance of faster response times for end users across a range of markets, including schools and universities. While security cameras and access control deliver lockdown capabilities, the ability to initiate faster emergency response within an instant of detecting offenders before they gain entry into schools is essential. Honeywell technologies addressing this issue – including MAXPRO®Cloud, Pro-Watch and others – will be demonstrated at the conference.