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Allegion elevates member status in Connectivity Standards Alliance

September 7, 2023  By  SP&T Staff


Allegion has been named a Promoter Member of the Connectivity Standards Alliance and as a result gained a seat on the alliance’s board of directors.

The Alliance is made up of more than 600 companies creating, maintaining and delivering open global standards for the Internet of Things (IoT). As a part of this organization, Allegion helps develop and promote those standards, which are expected to improve user experiences in smart home and smart building ecosystems, according to a press release.

“Allegion and our team of experts have been long-time supporters and active members of the Alliance and we look forward to this new level of collaboration with other industry leaders who share our passion for responsibly shaping the future of connectivity,” said Vince Weno, senior vice-president and chief technology officer, Allegion. “As a company committed to enabling seamless and secure access for our customers, we believe open standards and interoperability will be key drivers of innovation, ultimately improving user experiences and increasing adoption of smart technologies.”

Ryan Kincaid, Allegion’s director of global technology, connectivity and sensing, will hold the company’s Alliance board seat.

“The Alliance’s Promoter members represent industry leaders with unique perspectives,” said Tobin Richardson, president and CEO, Connectivity Standards Alliance. “We welcome Allegion to the Alliance Board, reaffirming their commitment to interoperability while collaboratively driving growth in IoT. Across the Alliance’s working groups, their expertise in security and access solutions is critical to harmonizing connected ecosystems.”


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