RS2 Technologies, a provider of advanced access control solutions, will host its 2020 Annual Conference Feb. 11-14. The conference will be aimed at strengthening RS2’s relationships with existing partners and introducing the company’s latest technological advancements.
Boon Edam Inc., a global provider of security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced that a recent IHS Markit report on the pedestrian security entrance market for the period of 2016-2018 showed Boon Edam as the continued market leader by a considerable margin in the Americas.
The KARE MINI is a smaller, more compact version of the standard KARE heavy duty key control cabinet. It is equipped with a Wiegand output card reader that integrates into a user’s existing access control system.
Matrix COSEC ARC DC200 is a standalone access control IP panel based on an IP-to-door concept, eliminating the need to lay individual cables between the access panel and the reader or lock for access control applications.
Specifying Bosch’s Access Management System 2.0 is easy; the software is offered in three pre-configured software bundles for different sized organizations: Lite (max. 144 doors and 200,000 cards), Plus (max. 512 doors and 200,000 cards) and Professional (max. 10,000 doors and 200,000 cards).
Allegion, a leading provider of security products and solutions, and CBORD, a leading provider of campus card technology solutions, announced a new integration that strengthens perimeter security across colleges and universities in the U.S. Allegion’s Von Duprin Remote Undogging (RU) and Remote Monitoring (RM) options will now extend the impact of CBORD’s card software system for greater control of secondary doors over perimeter access.
Today’s secure access technologies typically require users to enter a code on a keypad, present a badge, fob or phone to a reader, or place a finger on a scanner to enter a secured area. With the growing use of smartphones for mobile access plus UWB technology in place, a user can simply approach a door and opens it automatically — all without additional intervention or any intentional action from the user. The door automatically locks when the user is on the outside of the designated secure area.
BadgePass Inc. and Alabama Card Systems Inc. announced the strategic merger of the two companies, effective immediately. For BadgePass, headquartered in Ridgeland, Mass., the acquisition of Alabama Card Systems represents the seventh merger or acquisition in the last five years and furthers the company’s strategy to provide credential management solutions across North America.