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Johnson Controls acquires SES LLC
By SP&T Staff
SES's technology offers integration with mobile, cloud and on-premise systems.
By SP&T Staff
Johnson Controls has acquired Security Enhancement Systems LLC (SES), a provider of mobile-based, keyless access control solutions used in critical infrastructure, including telecommunication towers for major providers.
“We are committed to providing the best and most complete access control solution to our customers,” said Sanjeev Singh, vice president, product management, Johnson Controls in a statement.
“This technology allows us to own the entire experience of secure and streamlined access to remote sites and critical infrastructure by service providers. Our customers will benefit from a single, trusted source for security solutions for corporate and other locations.”
SES’s technology offers integration with mobile, cloud and on-premise systems. Users can select locking solutions for remote sites that require perimeter control. Such sites could include shelters, telecommunication infrastructure, utilities, transportation and data centres.
“This combination validates our product realization efforts of the past seven years and we are excited that Johnson Controls will bring our technology into its product portfolio,” said Philip Ufkes, SES president and founder in a statement.
“This partnership will further benefit our current and future customers by providing a wide array of cost-effective security and productivity solutions.”