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Two segments appeared on the science news show Daily Planet and provided an inside look at blast resistance and forced entry testing.
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has brought together a suite of products that provides high security exit devices and indicators for openings requiring increased monitoring or specific safety and notification solutions.
One facility manager is looking for access control recommendations from facility management professionals.
Students and staff there are using their smartphones as their credential to access dorms, academic buildings, and administration offices.
This battery powered device is intended for low risk emergency exit only doors.
With an integrated group of technology upgrades incorporating Schindler components, facility managers can upgrade with shortened lead times and less down time.
HID Global recently extended the benefits of its HID Identity on Demand services to include a secure web portal that enables customers and channel partners to monitor and manage all aspects of card personalization projects, from design and ordering through data transmission, high quality multicolor printing, programming and on-time delivery throughout the world. Through this service HID has been offering card design, database management, and card personalization, as well as management of administrative tasks of customer ID badging projects since September 2009. With the addition of the new secure web portal, HID Global’s Identity on Demand services further simplify project management while giving customers easier access to HID’s expertise and offering of contactless card technologies.
Arrow Lock’s Arrow Pointe SFIC cores are now available for express shipment, providing a five-day lead time for these SFIC keyways.
This human interface system enables facility managers to control elevator traffic by personalizing passenger access.
This suspended ceiling system is designed to resist or prevent access to the plenum overhead.