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SIA New Member Profile: Imageonix Technologies LLC

The Security Industry Association (SIA) extends a warm welcome to Imageonix Technologies LLC, a distribution firm focused on critical infrastructure protection, as a new SIA Member! We chatted with Mike Broggie, CEO, Imageonix Technologies LLC about how SIA is helping his company with “a roadmap to the security industry” as Imageonix Technologies creates awareness among…

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SIA Names Legislators of the Year

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Sen. Cory Gardner and Reps. Mike Coffman and Peter Welch have fought to prevent restrictions on security product power supplies and to restore school safety grant funding. Silver Spring, Md. — The Security Industry Association (SIA) today announced it would recognize three Members of Congress as SIA Legislators of the Year for their work on…

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Collaborating for the Future of Smart Buildings

Collaborate, so you can innovate More than one hundred years ago, in 1885, Warren Johnson, a university professor in Wisconsin, invented the first electric room thermostat. The building controls industry was born, and our ability to construct and build vertically was born. Our city skylines today—in some respects, our way of life3have grown from this…

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SIA Establishes SecurityPAC to Bolster Advocacy Efforts

New political action committee will support candidates who champion issues important to the security industry. Silver Spring, Md. — The Security Industry Association (SIA) today announced the establishment of a political action committee (PAC) called the SecurityPAC. SecurityPAC was established by the SIA Executive Committee for the purpose of identifying, supporting and contributing campaign donations to…

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SIA Calls for Senate Action on PASS Act

An industry coalition led by the Security Industry Association (SIA) yesterday strongly urged U.S. Senate leaders to ensure swift passage of H.511/S. 190, the Power and Security Systems (PASS) Act, before an important regulatory exemption for external power supplies expires July 1. Click here to read the industry letter. ​Power supplies used in security and…

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