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Napco lock division revenues grew 20% in 2013 Q1
Editor / Provider: Napco | Updated: 5/14/2013 | Article type: Security 50
- Net sales for the quarter were $17.2 million, unchanged from the year-ago period. Gains from door-locking product revenues were offset by decreases in revenues from intrusion products and, to a lesser, extent, access control products.
- Sales within the Marks brand of products grew 29% in the quarter, representing the third consecutive quarter of growth in this unit.
- Sales of NAPCO's high-
Australian shopping mall operator locks down back-of-house operations with high tech
Editor / Provider: Morse Watchmans | Updated: 4/29/2013 | Article type: Commercial Markets
At Westfield Shopping Centers throughout Australia, the organization has implemented a key control and management solution with fingerprint biometrics that allows pre-approved personnel streamlined access to and from authorized center locations with comprehensive monitoring and report functionality. The solution is based on Morse Watchmans' key control and management system integrated with the Nat
Tyco Security/Kantech updates management software EntraPass
Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 4/18/2013 | Article type: Security 50
Kantech, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco (NYSE: TYC), has introduced EntraPass v6.00 security management software which takes the user experience to the next level by enhancing the portability, scalability and flexibility of the solution. The latest software build now includes support for the EntraPass Go mobile app and EntraPass Web, an intuitive web browser interface.
Tyco Security/Kantech updates management software
Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 3/29/2013 | Article type: Security 50
Kantech, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has introduced EntraPass v6.00 security management software which takes the user experience to the next level by enhancing the portability, scalability and flexibility of the solution. The latest software build now includes support for the EntraPass Go mobile app and EntraPass Web, an intuitive web browser interface.
UK university upgrades sustainable student housing on RFID
Editor / Provider: Assa Abloy | Updated: 3/20/2013 | Article type: Residential & Consumer
The University of Liverpool in the U.K. recently made the decision to secure its 749-room student accommodation with an RFID-based door control solution from Assa Abloy. The solution allows for the simple upgrade of mechanical locks so that they can communicate with an existing access control system. Vine Court, a development that received an “excellent” BREEAM rating, forms part of the university
Asia Update: Convex brings precision machinery to IP surveillance
Editor / Provider: Convex | Updated: 3/11/2013 | Article type: Hot Topics
Founded in 1997, Convex was a precision machinery manufacturer, providing semiconductor companies with production equipment. Now, Convex provides total solutions for network video and robotics as well. Myung-Ho Yoo, President and CEO of Convex, possesses a strong background and deep knowledge of optics and video surveillance technologies. Yoo's know-how enabled Convex to develop its new network sp
UK bike 'garage' simplifies locker control
Editor / Provider: Salto Systems | Updated: 3/7/2013 | Article type: Residential & Consumer
H2 Bike Run, a gym and bike club with 400 bike-parking spaces for cyclists and runners commuting to work in London's SOHO area, recently had Salto Systems electronic locker locks installed on more than 1,400 lockers in the facility to provide members secure storage. Local partner Ansador Security Solutions installed the locks that can be fully integrated with the Salto access control solution or b
Austrian hotel boasts homey feel with concealed security design
Editor / Provider: Assa Abloy | Updated: 2/23/2013 | Article type: Residential & Consumer
VingCard Elsafe, an Assa Abloy company, installed the world's first concealed electronic door lock at 5-star Hotel Bristol in Vienna. The lock's minimalist design eliminates all lock hardware on the door, and encases all electronic components, including the reader, inside the door. The design covers the access device, making it practically “invisible” to hotel guests, which solves hotel design pro
Marriott Hotel in the U.K. enhances customer service and staff efficiency with key control
Editor / Provider: Morse Watchmans | Updated: 2/1/2013 | Article type: Residential & Consumer
Luxurious amenities, ideal location, responsive service and fine dining are just some of the features of a first class hotel. First impressions can change quickly, however, if guests must wait in long lines when reception staff is slowed by additional chores such as dispensing and recording building keys used by maintenance or housekeeping.
Security management made easy
Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang, a&s International | Updated: 1/18/2013 | Article type: Tech Corner
Having physical access control integrated with video surveillance, intrusion detection and logical access systems as a complete security management platform enables a wider range of capabilities and possibilities. a&s explores how recent innovation in integrated access and security management helps better provide visible benefits to all involved.
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