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Access Control Software

- Software House of Westford, Massachusetts, has released C-CURE 9000 Enterprise access control software for scalable central management of building security for mul­ti­site installations.

Access Control System

- Matrix Systems of Miamisburg, Ohio, offers Frontier Universe open architecture access control software, which is compatible with leading subsystem manufacturers including Mercury Security and HID.

Access Control

- IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland, has updated its Cardex integration module so that video can be viewed with­in Cardax FT Command Centre, the company’s central management tool.

Exit Hardware

- Detex Corporation of New Braunfels, Texas, has announced an exclusive advancement in exit devices. The patented Detex Delayed Egress/Latch Retraction device integrates both functions for more efficient operation.

Request-to-Exit Switches

- Camden Door Controls of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has announced that its request-to-exit switches have been tested to the UL 294 standard for access control systems and found to be in compliance, making them suitable for virtually any access control project.

Access Control

- Software House of Westford, Massachusetts, has added critical security functionality to the latest version of its C•CURE 9000 security and event management system.

Tailgating Prevention

- The Fastlane Door Detective from Smarter Security Systems of Austin, Texas, uses optical technology to detect tailgaters with a high degree of alarm accuracy.

Simple Access Control

- Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has developed security and access control solutions specifically for small and med­i­um-sized businesses. Schlage’s security solutions al­low businesses to manage access control via the Internet without relying on a third party

Push/Pull Handle

- The SARGENT 8200 mortise lock is now available with a new push/pull trim that is ideal for many healthcare environments.

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Expiring Badges

- Visitor Pass Solutions by Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, is making expiring passes for use with thermal printers. The Direct Thermal TAB-Expiring Visitor Pass eliminates the need for multiple parts to activate the badge.

Wireless Authentication

- A new security system from Dallas-based Axcess International Inc. automatically determines in real time if a person is carrying proper identification and is authorized to be in a given place.

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