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  • Nedap introduces MACE: people identification with smartphones
    Nedap Identification Systems launches a new platform, which enables its partners to use smartphones as containers of virtual access cards. MACE is a platform consisting of readers, apps and a cloud based server that enable the use of smartphones to identify people.
    Editor / Provider: Nedap Identification Systems | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 17
  • Suprema launches BioEntry W2
    Suprema, a global leader in biometrics and security technology, announced global launching of BioEntry W2, an outdoor fingerprint access control device that offers highest matching performance, outdoor durability and multi-card reading in a package to provide comprehensive access control features. B
    Editor / Provider: Suprema | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 14
  • Assa Abloy Aperio employed by University of Birmingham
    A student residence at The University of Birmingham has been supplied with the Aperio wireless locking solution by Assa Abloy Access Control, a UK division of Assa Abloy, the global leader in door opening solutions.
    Editor / Provider: Assa Abloy | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 8
  • Tyco Security Products introduces RAID storage system
    Tyco Security Products has released a new version of the RAID storage system for VideoEdge network video recorders, which include enhancements in the NVRs archived storage and improved battery back-up capabilities to significantly decrease system downtime.
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 9
  •  DSC and Kantech join PSA Security Network Vendor Program
    Tyco Security Products announced that its DSC and Kantech brands are now approved as part of the vendor program with PSA Security Network, the world's largest electronic security cooperative. DSC and Kantech join other Tyco Security Products brands such as Software House, American Dynamics and Exacq
    Editor / Provider: Tyco Security Products | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 6
  • Is biometrics the future in aviation security?
    Civil Aviation has been a popular target for terrorists for many years. Attacks on planes have a high and dramatic media profile and in most attack scenarios, the consequences can result in a very high death toll. New developments in biometrics try to provide airports with better situational awarene
    Editor / Provider: Israel Gogol, Freelancer | Updated: 2016 / 6 / 10