Genetec releases access control feature to help identify people at risk of infectious diseases

“Contagion/Contaminant Proximity Report” available free of charge to any Genetec Security Center Synergis™ access control customers Genetec Inc. (“Genetec”), a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions today announced that it has released a new reporting function for its Security Center Synergis™ (Synergis) access control system that is designed to help organisations find all people who went through a door in close proximity to someone

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Automated actions triggered by user-counts for Inner Range’s Inception

Access control manufacturer Inner Range has released a new update for its entry-level product Inception, allowing operators to set automated actions in response to specific user numbers. Automated actions based on user-count triggers include being able to change heating and air conditioning depending on the number of people on site, or in a particular area, showing messages about parking availability for drivers as they enter car parks, depending on how

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The rise of wireless and importance of integration

Trevor Ball of Allegion UK asks whether we truly understand the importance of seamless system integration in today’s shifting access control market. In today’s fast-paced digital age, we’re constantly subject to change – and it’s no different for access control. The world of access control is changing. Ask anyone active in the industry and the likelihood is that they’ll confirm a shift in landscape. Take a step back and you

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Allegion launch new ISONAS Pure IP access control to UK market

Allegion UK, a leading specialist in fire safety and security products, has launched the ISONAS Pure IP family of access control solutions in the UK. ISONAS believes access control belongs on the network and should have the ability to be managed from anywhere across an unlimited number of facilities, that is why ISONAS created Pure IP Access Control Hardware. Patented reader controllers eliminate the need for cumbersome control panels at

PaxLock Pro named best access control product by industry

Paxton’s PaxLock Pro is among the best security products the industry has to offer, according to those working in the sector. The wireless door handle was named access control product of the year at the PSi Premier Awards held in Manchester. Category winners were chosen by readers of PSi, an independent magazine for installers of electronic security systems. In voting, they were asked to consider features, benefits, ease of installation

Biosite achieves ISO 27001 certification for information security

Biosite Systems, a leader in biometric access control and workforce management solutions for the construction industry, has achieved ISO 27001 certification for information security management. The internationally recognised standard outlines best practice for information security management systems (ISMS) and supports GDPR compliance. As Biosite is responsible for capturing and managing large volumes of sensitive information for its customers, including Wates, BAM and Winvic, data security is crucial. Achieving ISO 27001

Cloud-based Access Control: Improving Security in More Ways Than One

Access control has always been at the forefront of building security. Traditionally, access control systems have come in the form of conventional lock and key methods, electronic systems or a combination of the two. Today, cloud-based systems are changing the market landscape, providing secondary security benefits to users across the UK. Trevor Ball, business development manager UK & Ireland at Allegion UK, provides insight into the physical security and cyber-security

Access control options? Wireless doesn't tie you down

As one recent market report highlights, more and more organisations are switching to wireless access control to secure premises. Their motivations are well rehearsed. Wireless devices offer greater flexibility without sacrificing security. With integrated RFID readers, they are easy to retrofit to existing doors and buildings, giving security managers much more control over a site. And because they are battery powered and use almost no electricity when idle, wireless access

In France, SMARTair access control plays a key role in school safety planning

That’s why regulations in France stipulate schools must verify the identity of everyone who enters. And the gate is where SMARTair now begins its work at Lycée Kreisker, in Brittany. This large, mixed-age school had high standards for a prospective new access control system. The security of the site and safety of students and staff who use it every day was a must. The school also wanted to get rid

Deliveroo chooses AEOS by Nedap for security that can keep pace with its global growth

Deliveroo has chosen AEOS access control by Nedap to protect its staff across the world. Nedap’s UK Expert channel partner, Hunter Group, completed the installation at the first site, in Dubai, and an ambitious rollout will see Hunter install AEOS at around 50 more Deliveroo sites, plus new locations, over the next 12-18 months.A future-facing approach                                                                                                             Deliveroo was founded in the UK and is proud to export British-born technology

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