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Vanderbilt, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Access Control Technology Ltd (ACT) based in Dublin, Ireland.
Boldly going where no security product has gone before. ACT, manufacturers of access control and VMS solutions have launched their latest cloud-based product ACT365 in a unique way. The challenge was to convey the major benefits of ACT365 in a simple yet interesting and fun manner.
As technology invades every facet of our life, access control is under pressure to ensure its products keep pace with the newest and shiniest devices.
North East of England based biometric manufacturer, ievo ltd took the opportunity to join UK
Sicura Systems has announced it has undergone a management buyout in conjunction with Access Control Technology (ACT), the Dublin based manufacturer of access control products. This follows the demise of Sicura Systems’s parent company, Vital Services Group.
Founded in 2005, Sicura Systems has developed a niche reputation for supplying mission critical security systems to an impressive portfolio of customers, including Formula 1, Network Rail, tunnel operators, and more. Furthermore, the launch of its own hardware and software products, including network video recorder VIQUEST and the DIGI range of software, has seen the company establish a global network of distribution partners.
Geutebruck’s VehicleAccessManager is an ANPR-based software package for managing and documenting vehicle movements on company property.
Three separate installs of ievo ultimate biometric readers have been used within the cash office and vaults of a luxury department store in London.
Linear LLC have announced the next step in the evolution of its access control platform with the first release of the eMerge Elite-36. With embedded browser-based management, the four-door eMerge Elite can support eight readers and up to 20,000 cardholders with as many as 80,000 cards.
Office workers in a Glasgow city centre building feel like 007 when clocking in, according to two office agents who won a competition organised by agents Jones Lang LaSalle and GVA.