Projects in the News: December 2012
Lifestyle Fitness improved the efficiency within its gyms across the United Kingdom by investing in ievo® fingerprint access-control pods, using multispectral imaging sensors from Lumidigm. The highly successful fitness chain has five sites with the new access control system already installed, with three more scheduled in the near future. Lifestyle Fitness required a new system that was not only easy to use and highly reliable but one that was more secure than PIN or tokens. Vistec Systems recommended ievo®. The previous system required members to wait until a member of staff was available to register them. The gym also had problems of members losing their membership cards, costing Lifestyle Fitness both time and money producing new cards. The new system eliminated any need for cards at all.
Middle Atlantic Products, Fairfield, N.J, announced that its workstations, video mounting solutions and rack systems will be included in General Dynamics Information Technology’s Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) solution and Customer Integration Lab. The GSOC solution integrates multiple, third-party security technologies to provide a cost-effective and scalable security solution that allows customers to monitor and protect people, property and assets using fewer resources. GSOC provides a common operating picture, enabling coordinated response to events, and sharing of business and risk intelligence. In addition, two GSOC Customer Integration Labs bring all the GSOC elements together to provide a staging ground for customers’ use in strategic security planning and infrastructure design. Middle Atlantic will be providing its ergonomic ViewPoint™ Consoles, scalable VisionFrame™ video walls, and equipment rack systems as part of the GSOC solution.