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Site Map - Access Control

Airport Access Control

- SAFE for Aviation from Quantum Se­­cure of San Jose, California, is an airport physical identity and access management solution that streamlines the lifecycle of physical identities and automates related processes. SAFE for Aviation comes with pre-defined policies, workflows, and procedures for issuing badge credentials and granting and revoking access to airport facilities while simplifying adherence to airport-related regulations, audits, and security directives, thus minimizing insider threats and promoting greater operational security. The solution has been deployed in airports, including Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Door Solution

- A new access control solution that operates via mobile protocol is available from Urmet of Great Notley, United Kingdom. Intercom units use a SIM card for communication and ac­­cess control. When activated, a call is established to a predesignated number—either a landline or a mobile phone—creating a line of communication and enabling the user to open up to two access points. The door unit consists of a door panel, antenna, and power supply and will work with a SIM card from any operator. Installation is quick and there is no need for additional cabling to the unit.

Door Control Software

- Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, has introduced SK-NET Version 5.1, which supports the new NOVA.16 16-door control panel. The control panel creates a new system architecture, reduces cabling and installation costs, and facilitates system expansion. The NOVA.16 uses RS-485 to interconnect the new smart readers, which contain all inputs and outputs to control and monitor a single door. SK-NET 5.1 also supports new features in the SK-ACPE two-door control panel, such as built-in network connectivity and battery monitoring. The software is backward-compatible with legacy control panels. The included SK LAN Installer enables users to scan the entire network and locate all connected Secura Key control panels.

ACCESS SOFTWARE

- Open Options of Carrollton, Texas, has released DNA Fusion V6. The new software features Flex API, an application programming interface for external applications. It can manage access control security via Apple and Android smartphones, as well as through the Web. The software offers support for the Schlage Handkey II geometry reader and a direct interface for the new Bioscrypt 4G Series readers. It also offers wireless intelligent lock interfaces with ASSA ABLOY WiFi and PoE locks, ASSA ABLOY Aperio, and Salto Wireless locks, and it provides extended features for Schlage AD Series wireless locks.

Retrofit Exit Hardware

- Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, offers Advantex hardware for replacing commercial door exit hardware that is worn and unreliable.

Door Controller

- Kantec of Westford, Massachusetts, has introduced the ioPass SA-550 Stand Alone Door Controller for use in small security applications.

ACCESS CONTROL

- Liberty from Viscount Systems of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, is a scalable IP access control system that does not require control panels.

ACCESS CONTROL

- Secura Key of Chatsworth, California, has launched the NOVA.16 (Model SK-MRCP) multireader access control panel for the legacy SK-NET system.

ACCESS CONTROL

- Digital Monitoring Products of Springfield, Missouri, has released new panels in the XR150/350/550 Series with 32-bit processors that operate 20 times faster than the DMP XR500 panel.

NIGHT VISION

- The Night Vision Security Enhancer, Night VISER, is an infrared illuminator and motion-sensing system from ARA Security Systems of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

CARD READERS

- G4S Tech­nol­ogy of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, has added to its Jav­­e­­lin range of card readers. The new smart-card readers are available with and without keypads and have a glossy black smartphone design.

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DOOR CONTROLLER

- Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has introduced the Synergis Master Controller, an intelligent IP controller based on open architecture and designed to address customer demand for nonproprie­tary access control solutions.
 




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