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Visitor Badges

- Badgetec of New City, New York, has introduced a featherweight Visitor Pass that safely clips onto a garment for clear visibility and easy reading.

Proximity Cards

- UltraSecure proximity cards were designed by Ultra ID of Weymouth, United Kingdom, to simplify the process of deploying additional or replacement cards at any secure facility.

Signature Pads

- The Sig100 and Sig200 signature pads from Evolis of Beaucouzé, France, capture and digitize handwritten signatures in high resolution, quickly and securely.

FINGERPRINT SCANNER

- Integrated Biometrics of Spartanburg, South Carolina, has combined its light-emitting sensor (LES) film with a custom thin-film transistor camera to make Sherlock, a compact fingerprint scanner.

BORDER CONTROL

- Vision-Box S.A. of Carnax­ide, Portugal, has introduced the Nationwide Border Control Framework, which unifies air, sea, and land entry and exit points to provide border control authorities with complete border information supported by real-time data.

VISITOR PASSES

- Badgetec of New City, New York, has introduced a new featherweight visitor pass that safely clips onto garments for clear visibility and easy reading

LABEL PRINTERS

- The new PEARLabel 270 and 360 label printers from K-Sun of Somerset, Wisconsin, prepare high-resolution labels for multiple uses.

BADGE CLIP

- Badgetec Corporation of Suffern, New York, has introduced a low-cost plastic clip for visitor badges that can be especially useful in healthcare settings.

ID HOLDER

- The 35008 Shield ID II Badge Holder from MENDA ID of Chino, California, has achieved FIPS 201 certification.

ACCESS BADGE

- Visonic Technologies of Bloomfield, Connecticut, has introduced the Elpas Quad-Tech Personal Badge, a hybrid active-passive tag that ena­bles simultaneous real-time locating system (RTLS) and access control interoperability.

BADGE CLIP

- Badgetec Corporation of Suffern, New York, has introduced a new low-cost plastic clip for visitor badges and meeting name badges to replace adhesive IDs.

EXPIRING PICTURE IDS

- Visitor Pass Solutions by Data Management, Inc., of Farmington, Connecticut, has introduced an expiring direct thermal badge with plenty of room to print visitor information and even an identification photo.

Badge Readers

- The RF IDeas 82 Series readers allow customers to use their existing employee badge systems for security, with applications for door access, time and attendance, secure printing, single sign-on, and more. New from RF IDeas of Schaumburg, Illinois, the line includes proximity, contactless, and magnetic stripe badge readers.
 




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