RS2 Technologies, LLC, a leading provider of access control systems, today announced that its Access It!® Universal.NET access control software, working through a dedicated EP-4502 panel supplied by Mercury Security, can now integrate with KONE Corporation’s Destination Control System (DCS).
Midpoint Security introduced a free edition of CredoID access control software, compatible with HID VertX controllers, Edge IP readers, Mercury controllers, Suprema biometric IP and wireless Aperio locks by ASSA ABLOY.
Open Options released version 7 of its DNA Fusion access control platform. This is Open Options’ most advanced software release yet, with two decades of access control innovation and development to the Authentic Mercury open hardware platform.
American Direct has added a number of new features to its AccessNsite access control software solution. Among the enhancements in AccessNsite 7.9.8 are integrations with Schlage NDE series wireless locks and Control (BE 467) smart deadbolt, as well as new Best Wi-Q series locks.
Kantech’s EntraPass 7.0 security software integrates with ASSA ABLOY Aperio wireless lock technology to bring the flexibility of wireless locks to any door in a facility including cabinets, drawers and server racks with little to no operational disruption.
For decades smart cards and biometrics have been part of the access credentialing conversation. More recently, the potential of mobile credentials on a phone have entered the discussion. But in an industry that has been historically slow to move off the entrenched platforms of proximity or even mag stripe, these discussions have often revolved around the question, ‘What’s next?’ rather than, ‘What’s happening now?’
The Access Professional Edition (APE) 3.0 from Bosch Security Systems Inc. is a new version of its access control software for small and medium enterprises, featuring support for the integrated map viewer and even more flexible enrollment options.
August 14, 2014
The software supports easy navigation between floor plans and photo views via hyperlinks. Readers attached to the Access Modular Controller (AMC) can be used for the enrollment of all card technologies and allows for flexible end-to-end solutions.