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  • IP Revolutionizes Access Control
    In terms of technology, the access control industry has seen a variety of new technologies happening around the door over the past eight years.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao | Updated: 8 / 17 / 2015
  • ASSA ABLOY ARX Control System secures Chalmers University campus
    Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden will enjoy state-of-the art security with ASSA ABLOY's ARX Access Control System and 1,700 proximity card readers. The new access control system is modern, future-safe and is expected to provide a high level of security at Chalmers.
    Editor / Provider: ASSA ABLOY | Updated: 1 / 10 / 2014
  • HID Global to unveil latest secure issuance portfolio in Paris
    HID Global continues to drive innovation at CARTES & IDentification event in Paris. During the show, the company will unveil the latest additions to its secure issuance portfolio that include new, entry-level printers and card personalization solutions with enhanced features and capabilities. HID Gl
    Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 11 / 13 / 2013
  • AVerMedia Hybrid: Beyond Imagination
    Moving to the IP platform starts with embracing hybrid technology. As the face of today's DVR landscape changes and the advances in IP technology grows, we are seeing that surveillance growth is shifting from traditional DVRs and analog cameras to networked video surveillance products. As players tr
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by AVerMedia | Updated: 2 / 10 / 2010
  • Campus Security Combats Crime
    When tragedy strikes, what do schools do? A scan of recent headlines reveals how security solutions tackle crime in education.
    Editor / Provider: a&s International | Updated: 11 / 2 / 2009
  • High Compatibility Defines Newly Launched Card Readers
    The newly launched access control card readers are able to integrate RFID and biometric identification, compatible with existing TCP/IP, RS-485 or Wiegand 26/32/34 and EM or Mifare technologies. In the following, we provided some contactless smart card readers with keypads to produce a front-end sec
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 3 / 27 / 2008