07/27/2009 - HID Global of Irvine, California, has launched a new series of OMNIKEY 6321 USB smart card readers for logical access control. The dongle-sized form factor works seamlessly with the company’s HID on the Desktop solutions, allowing for converged security environments.
07/27/2009 - Stanley Access Technologies, LLC, of Farmington, Connecticut, has introduced the Delayed Egress Option for the Stanley DuraGlide Automatic Sliding Door Systems, which provides a controlled exit for openings that require panic hardware for safe egress.
05/27/2009 - Genetec of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has released the latest version of its IP access-control security solution. Synergis 2.0 offers new capabilities that enhance reliability and strengthen overall security.
04/27/2009 - ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of New Haven, Connecticut, has introduced a new technology for electronic door solutions that simplifies installation, service, and upgrading of a building’s security and life-safety system.
04/27/2009 - The SmartLane is a third-generation optical portal from Automatic Systems of Port Washington, New York. The detection system manages the detection of adults, children, disabled individuals, and accessories like luggage without human intervention.
03/25/2009 - Kouba Systems of Bastrop, Texas, has released a new single-housing tailgate detection system with lock output relay. The system simplifies the installation process by eliminating the need for through-beam sensor alignment.
03/25/2009 - The Stanley-Precision Delayed Egress exit device from Stanley Security Solutions of Indianapolis is available with the Apex 2000 Series exit devices. The delayed egress feature provides a 15- or 30-second delay of egress following an exit attempt, allowing for a crisis response.
02/23/2009 - SARGENT Manufacturing of New Haven, Connecticut, has created a multisensory, intuitive guide to safety in its Beacon exit device. It features a built-in laser, strobe light, audible message, and electroluminescent lamp working together to lead building occupants towards emergency exits.