Torrance, CA, March 16, 2009 – AMAG Technology hosted its 8th Annual Security Engineering Symposium March 1-4 at the Fairmont Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Over 70 security engineers were in attendance.
Ten of AMAG’s best-in-breed partners presented and demonstrated their respective technologies: Axis Communications, L1 Bioscrypt, HID Global, Intransa, IR, NEC, Stentofon/Zenitel, DAP, Codebench and Winsted.
Ted Barron, Vice President, Security Management for Wells Fargo together with Nick Miller, Senior Project Manager, SafirRosetti presented the keynote speech “600 Buildings in 10 Months!” Their story provided an in-depth recount of the security needs Wells Fargo faced, and how AMAG’s Symmetry system provided the robust feature set and powerful solution Wells Fargo demanded. Symmetry will grow with Wells Fargo and is poised to manage their security management challenges well into the future.
AMAG demonstrated its Symmetry Security Management System with Symmetry Video and the Symmetry EN-1DBC. The engineers were also afforded a sneak peek at some of the next generation features of Symmetry Video as well as the new Symmetry M2150 family of intelligent controllers. The controllers will be featured next month at ISC West in Las Vegas. The Symmetry SMS provides customers with a deeply integrated security solution, and is built on an open platform that allows customers to integrate with different building or third party systems. The security engineers had the opportunity to receive a hands-on demonstration of AMAG product and learn how it integrates with each of the partners in attendance.
“Our partners provided top-quality presentations that the engineers found informative and educational,” said AMAG’s Director of New Business Development, Jody Ross. “Every year AMAG and our valued engineers gain indispensable insight as we network and share ideas.”
AMAG and HID Global sponsored the 8th Annual Golf Scramble at TPC Scottsdale golf course. The winning team included: George Dallas, Patti Dallas, and Mike Dallas from Total Systems Integration, Inc., and Jonathan Perkins from Intransa.
“Symmetry is a rock-solid security management system and I learned more about how it integrates with several leading technology partners, as well as AMAG’s future plans for the product,” said James D. Cooper, Project Technologist, CH2MHILL. “The break-out sessions were a great place to discuss challenges and learn what AMAG and these top companies are doing to address these challenges. AMAG did a great job with this event and I can’t wait to return next year.”
For more information about AMAG Technology’s Security Engineering Symposium or Symmetry Product Portfolio, visit www.amag.com.