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News Article | April 28, 2017
Site: www.fastcompany.com

When she was growing up in Portland, Olivia, who is now 22, never made the connection between her drawings–first with crayons as an elementary schooler, then moving into comics in middle and high school–and a way to support herself. Around three years ago, finding herself in a hostile living situation and needing a way to get out, she realized she didn’t really know how. “I wasn’t sure what I could do to support myself,” Olivia, who prefers not to share her last name, tells Fast Company. “I still loved making art, but I needed to do something.” A new initiative from the Portland-based nonprofit New Avenues For Youth, which supports local at-risk kids through job training and employment opportunities, turned out to be exactly what Olivia was looking for—even if she didn’t know before that such an opportunity existed. Called dfrntpigeon (“different pigeon”), it’s an apparel design firm run through New Avenues, in partnership with the local design agency AKQA. Creatively inclined youth in the New Avenues program make up the staff, who design their own T-shirts–their first collection of 2017, called Identity, was released on April 26–and take commissions from local businesses with design needs. Olivia’s detailed line drawings decorate three of the shirts in dfrntpigeon’s new collection, which retail for $26. One features a series of hands spelling out letters in ASL. For another, Olivia drew a Statue of Liberty with the head of a pigeon, surrounded by flames and linked handcuffs; for Olivia, the drawing was a way to express a sense of hope even amid the current tumultuous political climate. Sharing that message with others in such a tangible way is a new experience for her. “I never thought I’d see something I drew on a shirt, and see someone else wearing it,” she says. “It’s amazing.” As Portland’s economy, driven in large part by creatives, began to take off in the late 1990s, an inverse crisis of youth homelessness began to take root in the city. In response, a group of local business and community leaders founded New Avenues For Youth in 1997 with the idea that the local economy should make room for its youth, instead of keeping them out; since that year, it’s reached over 20,000 youth. The nonprofit offers workshops and activities for homeless youth and those at risk of homelessness, including resources tailored to LGBT youth, who make up 40% of Portland’s youth homeless population (a point-in-time count from 2015 listed the total of homeless unaccompanied youth in the city at 266). At New Avenues, youth can drop in for three meals a day; a housing department will connect them with resources, and they can earn academic credits toward their diploma or GED through an education program. The job-training program, says New Avenues enterprise director Sara Weihmann, consists of workshops and meetings with employment specialists, who either direct youth toward local opportunities, or help them start up with one of New Avenues’ proprietary enterprises. When Olivia first went through the program, she worked at Ben & Jerry’s through the business’ partnership with New Avenues; through another enterprise, New Avenues Ink, youth learn screen printing and serve a long list of local clients. Before dfrntpigeon launched around a year and a half ago as the nonprofit’s third venture, it had just been an informal drawing group made up of New Avenues youth, Olivia says. But when New Avenues brought AKQA in to brainstorm some ideas for how to translate the group’s creativity into a venture, the agency immediately made the connection between the screen printing enterprise and the design capabilities of the New Avenues youth. Last year, dfrntpigeon launched its first collection of shirts and began to take requests from local businesses. Dani, one of the earliest members of dfrntpigeon, designed a shirt for the Portland-based Deschutes Brewery as part of Portland Design Week in July. Olivia joined dfrntpigeon in the fall, and the team has been growing ever since, in number and output: It’s offered over 200 hours of mentorship and workshop instruction to over 40 youths. Weihmann says the program has brought in $15,000 in revenue since last July, all of which goes back into the nonprofit to support programming. The collaboration with AKQA has made the program’s link to Portland’s thriving creative scene even more tangible. Olivia is currently interning at AKQA, where she’s gaining experience with more aspects of the city’s design community; it’s not so hard for her to imagine that she could have a future in it, too.


News Article | April 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Robert Panara, an influential teacher, poet and pioneer in the field of deaf studies, was immortalized as the 16th inductee into the U.S. Postal Service's Distinguished American stamp series on a Forever stamp today. The dedication ceremony took place at the theatre bearing his name at Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID). Panara's contributions to Washington, DC's Gallaudet University and NTID dramatically expanded educational opportunities for the deaf.   The 2-ounce stamp features a photograph of Panara taken in 2009 by Mark Benjamin, official NTID photographer. Panara is shown signing the word "respect." Ethel Kessler of Bethesda, MD, was the art director. This Forever stamp will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 2-ounce price. The current price is 70-cents.   Followers of the Postal Service's Facebook page can view streaming video of the event at facebook.com/USPS. The public is asked to share the news on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #PanaraForever and #DeafEducation.   During his 40-year teaching career, Panara (1920-2014) inspired generations of students with his powerful use of American Sign Language (ASL) to convey Shakespeare and other works of literature. One of his best-known poems was the intensely personal "On His Deafness."   "Our stamps are miniature works of art that highlight the American experience," said U.S. Postal Service Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President David Williams in dedicating the stamp. "In creating this stamp our goal was to communicate Robert Panara's love and enthusiasm for literature, poetry and theatrical pieces as he used American Sign Language to make each topic more dramatic and enlightening. Poetry and drama came to life through his unique style of expression, Robert was famous for his ability to establish an immediate rapport with his students, through fluid, eloquent sign language which many described as 'sculptures in the air'."   Joining Williams were NTID President and RIT Vice President and Dean Gerard Buckley; NTID Instructional Support Faculty member John Panara (son); as well as author and NTID Professor Emeritus Dr. Harry Lang. U.S. Postal Service Marketing Vice President Steven Monteith served as master of ceremonies.   "Seeing my father honored on a U.S. postage stamp as a 'Distinguished American' makes me extremely proud," said Panara. "As a teacher and an authority in the fields of literature and deaf studies, he inspired so many people, both deaf and hearing, during his lifetime. It's an especially important milestone for the deaf community. Deaf people everywhere can celebrate this stamp that helps promote deaf awareness."   Lang, author of a leading Panara biography, quoted an essay written in Panara's college days in 1944. "He wrote in an essay, 'What the world needs today is more teaching that comes from the heart and soul,'" said Lang, who used the phrase in his book titled: Teaching From the Heart and Soul: The Robert F. Panara Story. "I knew Bob well for more than 40 years, and as his biographer I can vouch that he lived that ideal. He was — and still is — cherished by his students, colleagues and friends for his passion and compassion."   Benjamin, who photographed Panara for a Signing in Public Spaces poster, said he was a much-loved personal friend and icon of the deaf community. "I had photographed Bob often for various events and awards, and we had worked on projects together here at the NTID," said Benjamin. "It was an honor to try to capture the essence of Bob Panara — intelligent, creative, kind, funny and full of joy. I hope this image helps to convey his story."   Panara's Legacy At age 10, Panara was profoundly deafened after contracting spinal meningitis, which damaged his auditory nerves. He attended Gallaudet College (now University), in Washington, DC, from 1940 to 1945. In essays such as "The Significance of the Reading Problem" and "Poetry and the Deaf," he began to consider the best methods of teaching deaf students and inspiring them to learn. Panara believed, as he put it in the former essay, that teaching should come "from the heart and soul" — a philosophy captured in Lang's biography.   After becoming the first deaf person to obtain a master's degree in English at New York University, Panara returned to Gallaudet in 1948 to teach English. There he became widely admired for his dynamism, innovative techniques and passion for poetry and English literature. When the Gallaudet Theatre was established, he helped translate a number of plays into sign language, including Oedipus Rex, Hamlet and Othello.   In 1967, Panara was one of the founders of the groundbreaking Waterford, CT-based National Theatre of the Deaf, which provided deaf actors with a venue for thriving in the performing arts. He also helped found NTID and in 1967 became its first deaf faculty member. The new college was part of the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York state.   Panara taught English to both deaf and hearing students at NTID for the next 20 years. At his retirement in 1987, he left a legacy that included the drama club he founded in 1970; a theater named after him; a more widespread appreciation for the expressiveness and complexity of ASL; and many former students who felt they owed much of their later success to his influence.   In addition to teaching, Panara made significant contributions to the field of deaf studies. He was one of the editors of The Silent Muse: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry by the Deaf (1960). In the early 1970s, he wrote influential articles on deaf American writers and deaf characters in modern literature. In 1983, with his son John, he wrote the book Great Deaf Americans.   Distinguished American Stamp Series Other individuals commemorated as part of the Distinguished American Stamp Series include: 2000: General Joseph W. Stilwell and Senator Claude Pepper; 2001: Hattie W. Caraway; 2002: author Edna Ferber; 2004: athlete Wilma Rudolph; 2006 virologist Albert Sabin; 2006 medical scientist Jonas Salk; 2007: Senator Margaret Chase Smith and author Harriet Beecher Stowe; 2008: author James A. Michener and physician Edward Tradeau; 2009: philanthropist Mary Lasker; 2011: stateswoman Oveta Culp Hobby; 2012: actor Jose Ferrer; and 2014: aviator C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson.   Ordering First-Day-of-Issue Postmarks Customers have 60 days to obtain first-day-of-issue postmarks by mail. They may purchase new stamps at Post Office locations, at the Postal Store usps.com/shop or by calling 800-782-6724. They should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes to themselves or others and place them in envelopes addressed to:   FDOI – Robert Panara Stamp USPS Stamp Fulfillment Services 8300 NE Underground Drive, Suite 300 Kansas City, MO 64144-9900   After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the Postal Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is no charge for postmarks up to a quantity of 50. For more than 50, customers are charged 5 cents each. All orders must be postmarked by June 11, 2017.   Ordering First-Day Covers The Postal Service also offers first-day covers for new stamps and stationery items postmarked with the official first-day-of-issue cancellation. Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog, online at usps.com/shop or by calling 800-782-6724. Customers may request a free catalog by calling 800-782-6724 or writing to:   U.S. Postal Service Catalog Request PO Box 219014 Kansas City, MO 64121-9014   Philatelic Products There are five philatelic products for this stamp issue: • 114010, Digital Color Postmark Keepsake, $15.95. • 114016, First-Day Cover, $1.14. • 114021, Digital Color Postmark, $1.85. • 114024, Framed Art, $39.95. • 114030, Ceremony Program, $6.95.   Many of this year's other stamps may be viewed on Facebook at facebook.com/USPSStamps or via Twitter @USPSstamps.   The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.   Please Note: For broadcast quality video and audio, photo stills and other media resources, visit the USPS Newsroom at about.usps.com/news/welcome.htm.   For reporters interested in speaking with a regional Postal Service public relations professional, please go to about.usps.com/news/media-contacts/usps-local-media-contacts.pdf. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/usps), Instagram (instagram.com/uspostalservice), Pinterest (pinterest.com/uspsstamps), LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/usps), subscribe to our channel on YouTube (youtube.com/usps), like us on Facebook (facebook.com/usps) and view our Postal Posts blog (uspsblog.com).   For more information about the Postal Service, visit usps.com and usps.com/postalfacts. A photo accompanying this release is available at:


News Article | April 11, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Robert Panara, an influential teacher, poet and pioneer in the field of deaf studies, was immortalized as the 16th inductee into the U.S. Postal Service's Distinguished American stamp series on a Forever stamp today. The dedication ceremony took place at the theatre bearing his name at Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID). Panara's contributions to Washington, DC's Gallaudet University and NTID dramatically expanded educational opportunities for the deaf.   The 2-ounce stamp features a photograph of Panara taken in 2009 by Mark Benjamin, official NTID photographer. Panara is shown signing the word "respect." Ethel Kessler of Bethesda, MD, was the art director. This Forever stamp will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 2-ounce price. The current price is 70-cents.   Followers of the Postal Service's Facebook page can view streaming video of the event at facebook.com/USPS. The public is asked to share the news on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #PanaraForever and #DeafEducation.   During his 40-year teaching career, Panara (1920-2014) inspired generations of students with his powerful use of American Sign Language (ASL) to convey Shakespeare and other works of literature. One of his best-known poems was the intensely personal "On His Deafness."   "Our stamps are miniature works of art that highlight the American experience," said U.S. Postal Service Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President David Williams in dedicating the stamp. "In creating this stamp our goal was to communicate Robert Panara's love and enthusiasm for literature, poetry and theatrical pieces as he used American Sign Language to make each topic more dramatic and enlightening. Poetry and drama came to life through his unique style of expression, Robert was famous for his ability to establish an immediate rapport with his students, through fluid, eloquent sign language which many described as 'sculptures in the air'."   Joining Williams were NTID President and RIT Vice President and Dean Gerard Buckley; NTID Instructional Support Faculty member John Panara (son); as well as author and NTID Professor Emeritus Dr. Harry Lang. U.S. Postal Service Marketing Vice President Steven Monteith served as master of ceremonies.   "Seeing my father honored on a U.S. postage stamp as a 'Distinguished American' makes me extremely proud," said Panara. "As a teacher and an authority in the fields of literature and deaf studies, he inspired so many people, both deaf and hearing, during his lifetime. It's an especially important milestone for the deaf community. Deaf people everywhere can celebrate this stamp that helps promote deaf awareness."   Lang, author of a leading Panara biography, quoted an essay written in Panara's college days in 1944. "He wrote in an essay, 'What the world needs today is more teaching that comes from the heart and soul,'" said Lang, who used the phrase in his book titled: Teaching From the Heart and Soul: The Robert F. Panara Story. "I knew Bob well for more than 40 years, and as his biographer I can vouch that he lived that ideal. He was — and still is — cherished by his students, colleagues and friends for his passion and compassion."   Benjamin, who photographed Panara for a Signing in Public Spaces poster, said he was a much-loved personal friend and icon of the deaf community. "I had photographed Bob often for various events and awards, and we had worked on projects together here at the NTID," said Benjamin. "It was an honor to try to capture the essence of Bob Panara — intelligent, creative, kind, funny and full of joy. I hope this image helps to convey his story."   Panara's Legacy At age 10, Panara was profoundly deafened after contracting spinal meningitis, which damaged his auditory nerves. He attended Gallaudet College (now University), in Washington, DC, from 1940 to 1945. In essays such as "The Significance of the Reading Problem" and "Poetry and the Deaf," he began to consider the best methods of teaching deaf students and inspiring them to learn. Panara believed, as he put it in the former essay, that teaching should come "from the heart and soul" — a philosophy captured in Lang's biography.   After becoming the first deaf person to obtain a master's degree in English at New York University, Panara returned to Gallaudet in 1948 to teach English. There he became widely admired for his dynamism, innovative techniques and passion for poetry and English literature. When the Gallaudet Theatre was established, he helped translate a number of plays into sign language, including Oedipus Rex, Hamlet and Othello.   In 1967, Panara was one of the founders of the groundbreaking Waterford, CT-based National Theatre of the Deaf, which provided deaf actors with a venue for thriving in the performing arts. He also helped found NTID and in 1967 became its first deaf faculty member. The new college was part of the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York state.   Panara taught English to both deaf and hearing students at NTID for the next 20 years. At his retirement in 1987, he left a legacy that included the drama club he founded in 1970; a theater named after him; a more widespread appreciation for the expressiveness and complexity of ASL; and many former students who felt they owed much of their later success to his influence.   In addition to teaching, Panara made significant contributions to the field of deaf studies. He was one of the editors of The Silent Muse: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry by the Deaf (1960). In the early 1970s, he wrote influential articles on deaf American writers and deaf characters in modern literature. In 1983, with his son John, he wrote the book Great Deaf Americans.   Distinguished American Stamp Series Other individuals commemorated as part of the Distinguished American Stamp Series include: 2000: General Joseph W. Stilwell and Senator Claude Pepper; 2001: Hattie W. Caraway; 2002: author Edna Ferber; 2004: athlete Wilma Rudolph; 2006 virologist Albert Sabin; 2006 medical scientist Jonas Salk; 2007: Senator Margaret Chase Smith and author Harriet Beecher Stowe; 2008: author James A. Michener and physician Edward Tradeau; 2009: philanthropist Mary Lasker; 2011: stateswoman Oveta Culp Hobby; 2012: actor Jose Ferrer; and 2014: aviator C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson.   Ordering First-Day-of-Issue Postmarks Customers have 60 days to obtain first-day-of-issue postmarks by mail. They may purchase new stamps at Post Office locations, at the Postal Store usps.com/shop or by calling 800-782-6724. They should affix the stamps to envelopes of their choice, address the envelopes to themselves or others and place them in envelopes addressed to:   FDOI – Robert Panara Stamp USPS Stamp Fulfillment Services 8300 NE Underground Drive, Suite 300 Kansas City, MO 64144-9900   After applying the first-day-of-issue postmark, the Postal Service will return the envelopes through the mail. There is no charge for postmarks up to a quantity of 50. For more than 50, customers are charged 5 cents each. All orders must be postmarked by June 11, 2017.   Ordering First-Day Covers The Postal Service also offers first-day covers for new stamps and stationery items postmarked with the official first-day-of-issue cancellation. Each item has an individual catalog number and is offered in the quarterly USA Philatelic catalog, online at usps.com/shop or by calling 800-782-6724. Customers may request a free catalog by calling 800-782-6724 or writing to:   U.S. Postal Service Catalog Request PO Box 219014 Kansas City, MO 64121-9014   Philatelic Products There are five philatelic products for this stamp issue: • 114010, Digital Color Postmark Keepsake, $15.95. • 114016, First-Day Cover, $1.14. • 114021, Digital Color Postmark, $1.85. • 114024, Framed Art, $39.95. • 114030, Ceremony Program, $6.95.   Many of this year's other stamps may be viewed on Facebook at facebook.com/USPSStamps or via Twitter @USPSstamps.   The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.   Please Note: For broadcast quality video and audio, photo stills and other media resources, visit the USPS Newsroom at about.usps.com/news/welcome.htm.   For reporters interested in speaking with a regional Postal Service public relations professional, please go to about.usps.com/news/media-contacts/usps-local-media-contacts.pdf. Follow us on Twitter (twitter.com/usps), Instagram (instagram.com/uspostalservice), Pinterest (pinterest.com/uspsstamps), LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/usps), subscribe to our channel on YouTube (youtube.com/usps), like us on Facebook (facebook.com/usps) and view our Postal Posts blog (uspsblog.com).   For more information about the Postal Service, visit usps.com and usps.com/postalfacts. A photo accompanying this release is available at:


News Article | May 4, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

As part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the FDA issued new food safety rules to prevent food contamination during transportation. The rules require those involved in transporting human and animal food by motor or rail vehicle to follow recognized best practices for sanitary transportation, including properly refrigerating food. Shippers and receivers must verify that transport units are pre-cooled prior to loading, and track temperatures during transit. They must also capture, log and share temperature monitoring data to show end-to-end compliance. In addition to providing customers with the ability to meet new FSMA requirements, Digi SafeTemps also provides an independent audit of refrigerated trailers, known as reefers. In reefers, the temperature is controlled by a refrigeration unit that creates and maintains three temperature zones (frozen, refrigerated and ambient temperature). With Digi SafeTemps technology deployed directly within each zone inside the container a real-time and accurate record verifies that the reefer unit is meeting FSMA requirements. "Requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act present immediate challenges for our customers in the transportation industry," said Kevin C. Riley, chief operating officer, Digi International. "Digi SafeTemps automates temperature logging and location reporting. Our solution is unique in that it continuously measures temperature at the point of product, within the cooling system itself, providing an independent verification of a trailer's reefer equipment." "We're using SafeTemps across our entire trailer fleet to give us continuous visibility, which is leaps beyond the interval-based level of insight of competitive solutions " said Julie Trudel, operations manager, ASL Global Logistics. "It provides immeasurable value in ensuring accurate and automated reporting across our fleet and our ability to provide that insight to our customers." "The combination of the cloud-based service with the ease of installation made Digi SafeTemps an easy decision," said Joe Pfeifer, director of loss prevention and food safety, Merchants Distributors, LLC, a privately owned wholesale grocery distributor headquartered in Hickory, N.C. "Any time your business is based on shipping, you can't have your fleet sitting in the yard for technology upgrades. Digi SafeTemps was installed quickly and easily." Location-Based Real-Time Temperature Monitoring: Digi SafeTemps provides location-based, real-time temperature monitoring and alert notification. By linking positioning and temperature monitoring, the customer has complete visibility throughout the transport chain. The system can locate and monitor refrigeration units in trailer yards during preparation, as it leaves the shipper location (i.e. geo-fencing), in transit, arrival at destination, and location in the destination yard. During the course of the shipment, the system provides breadcrumbing and zone temperatures with five-minute stop detection. During transit, through integration with dispatch and telematics software, shippers and carriers are immediately alerted to any temperature event. Additionally, by placing the Digi SafeTemps gateway on the outside refrigeration unit, an LED light visibly alerts yard managers, shippers and carriers to any temperature fail event. Automated Trip and Shipment Reports: Through proactive, real-time monitoring, Digi SafeTemps provides automated and detailed trip, shipment and customer delivery reports. Information can be presented in a Digi-hosted dashboard, as well as be integrated with ERP, Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), Dock Management Systems (DMS), yard management systems and transport management systems. Error-Free, Precise Data to Adhere to FSMA Requirements: By eliminating manual input of temperature information, sensor-based input saves labor, eliminates potential human error and provides reliable data to verify adherence to FSMA requirements. Additionally, automated data logging and temperature tracking provides verification to product specific temperature rule sets such as the four-hour and one-hour time/temperature rule set. Digi SafeTemps follows Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) and National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) standards to provide a traceable independent audit of both reefer units and product temperatures. A subscription-based service, Digi SafeTemps is comprised of wireless sensors, gateways and software that allow temperature data to be monitored, logged, and retrieved independent of the make or model of refrigeration unit. Data transmission is able to adjust to various environments to take advantage of Bluetooth, WiFi or LTE/3G cellular networks. Hardware and software are included as part of the subscription and requires no capital expense. About Digi International  Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII) is a leading global provider of business and mission-critical machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services. We help our customers create next-generation connected products and deploy and manage critical communications infrastructures in demanding environments with high levels of security, relentless reliability and bulletproof performance. Founded in 1985, we've helped our customers connect over 100 million things, and growing. For more information, visit Digi's website at www.digi.com, or call 877-912-3444 (U.S.) or 952-912-3444 (International). To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/digi-international-introduces-digi-safetemps-for-transportation-and-logistics-300451198.html


News Article | April 19, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

Are you looking for a definitive report on the $27.9bn Access Control and Authentication sector? Rising security concerns, growing awareness and acceptance of the benefits of electronic security, infrastructure growth and government regulations are the key factors driving the growth of the access control and authentication market. The global access control and authentication market (electronic access control (EAC), automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), and document readers) will reach US$31.9 Bn in 2017. You will receive a highly granular 306 page market analysis report, by Visiongain segmented by region, by subsector and by end use, providing you with that complete industry outlook, essential for your business strategy. Key Features • Discover where the Access Control and Authentication business opportunities are • 236 tables, charts, and graphs reveal market data allowing you to target your strategy more effectively • Understand how the Access Control and Authentication market will develop? • Global, regional and Access Control and Authentication submarket forecasts and analysis from 2017-2027 illustrate the market progression • Find which Access Control and Authentication technology submarkets will thrive from 2017-2027 • Electronic Access Control (EAC) • Biometrics (Finger, Face & Iris Recognition, Other) • Card-Based Access Control (Smart Cards & Readers, Proximity Cards & Readers, Other) • RFID (Active, Passive) • See which Access Control and Authentication industry end-use submarkets will expand from 2017-2027 • Transportation & Logistics (Rail, Aviation, Port & Maritime, Road & City Transport, New Starts) • Government & Public Sector • Utilities / Energy (Green Energy Facility, Oil, Gas and Fossil Generation Facility, Nuclear Power) • Industrial • Retail • Business Organisation • Hospitality & Casinos • Healthcare • Educational (K-12 Institutions, Others) • Other • Locate the regional Access Control and Authentication market opportunities from 2017-2027 • Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities • North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • MEA • Latin America • Evaluate the factors influencing Access Control and Authentication market dynamics • Technological issues and constraints • Supply and demand dynamics • Competition from new product types • Research and development (R&D) strategy • Advances in product quality • Discover who the leading Access Control and Authentication companies are • Examine competitive positioning, capabilities, product portfolios, R&D activity, services, focus, strategies, M&A activity, and future outlook. • Access Ltd (Access-IS) • Bosch Security Systems, Inc. • Canon, Inc. • Genetec, Inc. • Honeywell International, Inc. • NDI Recognition Systems Ltd. • Panasonic Systems Network Co. 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Assa Abloy Avigilon Avtech Axis Communications AB Axon Group Axxonsoft Ayonix Inc. Borer Data Systems Ltd. Bosch Security Systems Inc Bravida Fire & Security Canon Inc. CBORD Group, Inc Chrome Software Cisco Systems Inc Commax Costar Technologies C-Pro Electronics Cross Match Technologies, Inc., Crown Security Products Dali Technology Digital Barriers Dynacolour ELSAG North America, LLC Europay Everfocus Electronics Everspring Industry Exacq Technologies Inc. Exar Corporation Fermax Fulcrum Biometrics Gatso Australia Genetec Inc Geovision Geutebrueck HDPRO Hi Sharp Electronics HID Global Hitron Systems Honeywell International Inc Honeywell Security Group Hunt Electronic ID Wholesalers Industrial Automation and Control (Pty) Ltd. IT4Aero ITX Security KiwiSecurity Kocom Magal Security Systems MasterCard MEC Networks Corporation Milestone Systems A/S MiraSys Ltd. Morpho Safran Inc Napco Security Systems NDI Recognition Systems Ltd Nedap OnSSI Inc. Open Roads Consulting Inc Optex Panasonic Corporation Panasonic Systems Network Co. Ltd Pelco Inc (Schneider Electric) Phantasialand Theme Park PIPS Technology Ltd Q-Free ASA Quercus Technologies Rail Canada Salto Systems SL Samsung Electronics Schneider Electric Sierra Wireless Sony Corporation Streaming Networks Suprema Inc Synetctics Synology Tattile S.r.l The Boeing Co. TKH Group USoft Technologies Pvt. Ltd. VenTek Verint Systems Vicon Videotrend S.r.l. Visa Vivotek Inc. Zhejiang Dahua Technologies Co. Ltd. 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