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  • Abloy UK’s premier wholesaler chooses Abloy Optima
    Security expert Abloy UK has supplied its standalone access control system Optima, to its wholesaler Secure Access Technologies, in order to upgrade the security system used in their offices.
    Editor / Provider: Abloy UK | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 28
  • Salto Systems and ESS brings wireless locks to Houston school
    When Electronic Security Solutions of Chicago was approached to provide access control for several British International School campuses including the newly-built replacement campus for The British International School of Houston, ESS President and Owner Dale Padjen recommended Salto Systems electro
    Editor / Provider: Salto Systems | Updated: 2017 / 4 / 21
  • SALTO Systems upgrades Australian College access control security
    The buildings at St Paul's College date from the late 1850's up through to those constructed in the 1960's, 1970's and 1990's. There had been many changes to the locking installations over the years meaning the college had ongoing problems with students loosing keys giving them the expense of having
    Editor / Provider: SALTO Systems | Updated: 2013 / 10 / 8
  • Salto provides RFID access control solution for Royal University
    Salto Systems is pleased to announce that Gloucestershire's Royal Agricultural University has implemented a rolling security programme to upgrade and replace all its mechanical key operated locks with a Salto RFID electronic access control solution.
    Editor / Provider: Salto Systems | Updated: 2013 / 7 / 24
  • The move toward ‘frictionless' security experience
    The move to a more “frictionless” security experience, meaning a security experience that does not slow users down, is one of the key trends HID Global anticipates will drive the industry in 2013, according to a recent HID blog entry by Debra Spiler. One way to remove friction is to embed credential
    Editor / Provider: HID Global | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 23
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