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Calvary Chapel upgrades access control with Viscount Enterprise Freedom access control system

Founded in 1985, Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale (CCFL) is an evangelical mega-church with more than 25,000 worshipers and nine regional campus locations across Florida. The main campus itself spans a 75-acre area with five buildings including Calvary Christian Academy, a pre-K to 12th grade school that serves 2,000 students. With more than 1,000 staff, volunteers, students, visitors and worshipper

Housing market in China welcomes electronic locks

China's electronic lock market is forecast to grow quite fast at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13 percent, from 2015 through 2019. The residential sector will be the key driver of overall category growth, with a CAGR of 17 percent, during the same time period, according to the IHS Access Control Market Intelligence Service.

The answer to amazing 360° CCTV – Raytec panoramic ultra lighting

Launched at IFSEC, Raytec's new range of Panoramic Ultra Infra-Red illuminators went down a storm. The new range of illuminators is designed for all PTZ domes, wide angle and multi-sensor cameras covering a large area. It provides powerful wide angle 180° illumination to allow these cameras to generate outstanding images at night, at distances up to 150m and beyond – all from one illuminator. Pano

Now available! AirKey Wall Reader

AirKey is the innovation from EVVA. The electronic locking that turns your smartphone into the key provides a flexible solution especially for companies with distributed locations. One year after the market launch, the new AirKey wall reader ideally enhances the AirKey application options.

Security events drive access control growth despite recession

August will mark a&s International's 200th issue, and it's worthwhile to take a look back at the access control industry over the past eight years, between our 100th and 200th issues. One major event that happened during this time was the financial crisis of 2008, which led to a slowdown in constructions and spending on security. The access control industry, inevitably, was affected.

Raytec Network Illuminators identify intruders for Las Vegas country club

Raytec VARIO IP PoE LED Network Illuminators have revolutionised security system design and installation for a large estate in a Las Vegas country club community - unlocking system intelligence and proactively deterring crime. With multiple residences having experienced break-ins at night that resulted in extensive losses, the owner of the estate turned to the latest IP Video technology for protec

Speed up access control with next-generation Aperio electronics

Wireless locks react in a heartbeat with the new Aperio V3 platform. For organizations looking to supercharge unlocking speeds, ASSA ABLOY's new generation of battery-powered locks pack more powerful electronics and guarantee faster response times. And that means less time wasted hanging around at the door.

RFID: Small size, big possibilities

RFID tags are the most well-known example of IoT in retail. Without them, managing thousands of goods in-store could be daunting and costly. RFID labels tagged to the goods can help easily inventory the goods, identify the missing style on display, and replenish from back stock. By connecting to mobile devices, the shop assistant can help shoppers check the product availability, placement, and sto

Electronic locks dominate the access control industry

Electronic locks have evolved significantly since the 1970s when they were used mostly in hospitality and relied upon holes that were drilled into the cards themselves. Three decades later, electronic locks are now one of the fastest growing segments of the access control industry and have unmatched versatility. These lock types can be constant online wireless, semi-online wireless, data on card,

Effects of the Apple and Ecobee agreement on the smart thermostat industry

Last week Ecobee announced that their new smart thermostat, the Ecobee 3, will be sold at Apple Stores in the United States. This is the first Ecobee thermostat sold by Apple that is the HomeKit enabled.

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