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The global leader in access solutions

The ASSA ABLOY Group provides opening solutions, trusted identities, entrance automation and service for institutional and commercial customers, as well as for the residential market.

Key figures second quarter 2019

Sales (MSEK)
23,544
+ 11%
Operating income (MSEK)
3,733
+28%
Earnings per share (SEK)
2.31
+25%
Operating cash flow (MSEK)
3,636
+ 27%
The thoughtful home
Future Lab

The thoughtful home

Internet guru Joakim Jardenberg has been helping to facilitate ASSA ABLOY’s digital transformation since 2016. He hopes that the next step will be “turning our smart home into a thoughtful home,” he says. “I want the technology to know everything abo ... Read more

HID Global announces support for student IDs in Apple Wallet
Highlights

HID Global announces support for student IDs in Apple Wallet

AUSTIN, Texas, August 13, 2019 – HID Global®, a worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions, today announced support for Seos®-enabled student IDs in Apple Wallet. Beginning this fall, students, faculty and staff at Clemson University will be able ... Read more

Helping emergency services respond quicker
Future Lab

Helping emergency services respond quicker

Remote access delegation to buildings could transform the way emergency services operate around the world. Recently, ASSA ABLOY ran a pilot project together with ‘SOS Alarm’, who runs Sweden’s public emergency phone number 112. Together they looked a ... Read more

Regulatory

Good growth and improved operating margin

Second quarter Net sales increased by 11% to SEK 23,544 M (21,140), with organic growth of 3% (5) and acquired net growth of 4% (2) Strong growth in Americas and Global Technologies, good growth in EMEA and Asia Pacific and growth in Entrance System ... Read more

Wireless locks extend the reach of access control
Future Lab

Wireless locks extend the reach of access control

As building security becomes smarter, the need for electronic access control grows. Wired access points and security doors have long been the backbone. Yet at the same time, even buildings with extensive electronic systems leave mechanically locked d ... Read more

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