For over 50 years, Medeco® has led the security industry in innovation and quality, guarding lives and assets at facilities worldwide. Medeco locks are made with pride in the U.S.A. The manufacturing facility is located in Salem, Virginia and employs approximately 250 people.
Since 1969, Viking Electronics has been providing reliable products for the constantly changing communications landscape. Viking products are designed by our team of engineers, built by our production workers, fully tested by our quality assurance department, packaged and shipped by our shipping staff, recommended by our sales people, and supported by our technical support group right here at our facility in Hudson, Wisconsin.
Exacq Technologies is part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco (NYSE: TYC), the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company. Exacq is a leading manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and servers used for video surveillance. Known for its ease of use, the exacqVision VMS software is available on factory-installed hybrid and IP camera servers, commercial off-the-shelf servers and directly installed on approved IP cameras.
Hudson Lock, LLC was founded in 1963 with a mission to provide security locks to customers. Throughout the decades Hudson Lock, LLC has acquired HPC & ESP lock products, with the goal of becoming the most versatile manufacturer of security products.
Since pioneering the first push-button lock in 1920 to the high-tech mobile solutions of today, Schlage’s passion for door hardware is what drives us to develop the products that keep you, and what matters most to you, secure. For 100 years, our legacy of continuous improvement, attention to detail and obsession with thoughtful innovation has provided you with peace of mind and solutions for a life and job made simpler.
Known for design simplicity, technical excellence, and backed by award-winning customer support, our highly configurable intercom systems range from DIY audio intercoms, through sophisticated video entry systems, all the way to enterprise-level, IP communications with emergency call stations.