Site Map - Access Control

Converged access

- Lenel Systems and Imprivata are providing a converged physical-logical access solution designed to address comprehensive enterprise security, compliance, and user authentication needs.

Updated security platform

- Lenel Systems International of Rochester, New York, has updated the technology for its OnGuard 2006 security platform. The update provides access control enhancements.

Visitor management

- Dallas-based DSX Access Systems and EasyLobby, Inc., of Needham, Massachusetts, have developed an integration module that seamlessly integrates WinDSX total access control and EasyLobby’s Secure Visitor Management software.

Security software

- Indianapolis-based Integral Technologies, Inc., has released Intelli-M Integrated, a pure IT, power-over-Ethernet security software solution.

Intelligent video platform

- On-Net Surveillance Systems of Suffern, New York, has integrated advanced content analytics into its IP video surveillance software suite.

Hybrid recorder

- JVC Professional Products of Wayne, New Jersey, has added a new network video recorder to its V.Networks line. The fully integrated VR-N900U records images from both analog and IP cameras.

Power controller

- Altronix Corporation of Brooklyn, New York, has added the Maxim33 Power Controller to its line of integrated products. Designed for practical and efficient power management, the unit interfaces with access control panels and routes power to a variety of access control devices.

Badge design

- The TEMPbadge Design Shop from Brady People ID of Burlington, Massachusetts, is a Web-based tool that allows clients of partners to customize the company’s self-expiring ID badges.

Power supplies

- Honeywell Power Products of Northford, Connecticut, offers new video rack-mount power applications designed specifically to power video cameras, heaters, blowers, and other video accessories.

Keying system

- Indianapolis-based Stanley Security Solutions has introduced the MX8 Patented Keying System for flexibility and convenience without compromising security. A patented side pin ensures that cylinders and cores operate only with the proper key. The system is offered in two series of keyways.

Electronic padlocks

- CyberLock technology from Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, brings key control and an audit trail to padlocks. The electronic padlock cannot be compromised by conventional lock-picking methods, and the CyberKey cannot be duplicated.

Revolving door

- Stanley Security Solutions Canada of Toronto, Canada, has introduced a revolving door that adapts for use in a wide variety of applications.

Access Control

- Honeywell of Louisville, Kentucky, has introduced the PW-6000 Intelligent Controller, an advanced hardware architecture capable of providing access control solutions for large enterprise applications.

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