Driving the Future: How Interoperability Standards in Access Control Can Enable Smart Building Success

Driving the Future: How Interoperability Standards in Access Control Can Enable Smart Building Success

April 09, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Sands 101
Language:
English

Proprietary ecosystems of access control hardware and software have enjoyed a long history in the physical security market. Growing user demand for unfettered and unlimited third-party integrations into these powerful platforms are now driving new open platform approaches and the adoption of interoperability standards, that are changing the dynamic of access control and its role within the smart building environment. Common interfaces gaining steam in the market are not only driving interoperability between different hardware and software at the access control system level but will provide the necessary pathways between sensors and management platforms to be able to receive and export data in a universal manner. Learn why access control is poised for a pivotal role in the smart building environment and why interoperability standards are a crucial part of the process.

Learning Objectives:
1. Review the open platform approach as the building block for future IoT functionality.
2. Distinguish how to implement access control standards to optimize the IoT environment.

Contributors

  • Bob Dolan

    Panelist

    Director of Technology

    Anixter

    Bob Dolan, RCDD, CPP is the Director of Technology for Security Solutions at Anixter.  He brings with him over 30 years of sales, management, and...

  • Per Bjorkdahl

    Panelist

    Chairman, Steering Committee

    ONVIF

    Per Björkdahl is the current Chair of the ONVIF Steering Committee and has been since the fall of 2012. Per is involved with ONVIF’s conformance...

  • Bryan Montany

    Panelist

    Analyst II, Access Control Intelligence Service

    IHS Markit Technology

    Bryan Montany is the principal analyst responsible for IHS Markit’s Access Control Intelligence Service, and provides content related to electronic...

Categories

  1. Track
    Standards and Interoperability

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