Lenel Partner Pavilion to Showcase Best in Integration Solutions

Exhibit will spotlight eight OpenAccess Alliance Program companies


LAS VEGAS, ASIS International, Booth # 1697, Sept. 24, 2007 — Lenel Systems International announced today that it will present the first-ever OpenAccess Partner Pavilion at ASIS International 2007. The OpenAccess Partner Pavilion, located in booth 1697, will showcase eight system manufacturers, each of which has utilized Lenel software APIs to develop an interface between its product and the OnGuard security management solution. The partners offer systems that are complementary to the OnGuard solution, which greatly expands the range of opportunity for all customers. Lenel is part of UTC Fire & Security, a United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX) business unit.

“The OpenAccess Alliance Program was the first of its kind in the security industry, and we're proud to host the first showcase of Alliance Program partner solutions,” said Joshua Phillips, Lenel’s Director of Strategic Partnerships. “Lenel has always been committed to open architecture as a product development philosophy, and customers are continuously seeking to derive efficiencies from their security investments. The Alliance Program has grown to include 40 members, whose product interfaces to OnGuard have benefited hundreds of our mutual customers worldwide.”

OpenAccess Alliance Program members to be featured in the Partner Pavilion are Imprivata, a provider of enterprise single sign-on (ESSO), network authentication and physical-logical integration; React Systems, a provider of emergency communications software; RightCrowd, a provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) integration software; Vandal-Proof Products, a provider of emergency call station solutions; Management Controls, Inc., a provider of contractor time management software; inFRONT, a provider of time and labor management software; Enterprise Air, a provider of mobile access authentication devices and software; and CoVi Technologies, Inc., a provider of streamlined high-definition video monitoring systems.