SecTech Roadshow 2018
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Access Control

Submitted on November 30, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
CAIRNS Regional Council seeks upgrades to Gallagher and Tecom access control and intrusion detection solutions, as well as the installation of video intercoms as part of a plan to improve security at Council's main depots. As part of the upgrade...
Submitted on November 30, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
ZKTECO inBio460pro, intelligent 4-door access controller from Consolidated Security Merchants provides TCP/IP and RS-485 connectivity and supports full range of card readers, including EM, HID Prox, ZK KR-series, Mifare, iClass, and XceedID multi-technology. Supports up to 30,000 card users the...
Submitted on October 26, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
INNER Range has announced a significant increase in system capacities for its award-winning Inception access control solution. Inception, a next generation access control and intruder detection product featuring a user-friendly web browser based interface and support for modern technologies such as...
Submitted on September 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
The history of access control in Australia is a long and fascinating one and no one is better equipped to fill in the gaps than electronic security consultant, Roger Pearce, who has been working in access control since 1974. He speaks...
Submitted on August 9, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
CSD now distributes the Eyelock product suite covering a range of iris-based identity authentication, hardware and software solutions to its broad customer base in Australia. EyeLock’s technology provides an unprecedented level of convenience and security with unmatched biometric accuracy, making...
Submitted on June 20, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Not long ago the complexities of installing access control meant it was an area of business closed to installers with less experience. Times have now changed and careful techs who want to branch out are now supported by a range...
Submitted on May 15, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
PAXTON, a UK-based access control manufacturer of IP access control solutions has been ranked in the Financial Times FT1000 list of fastest growing companies. The league table, published in cooperation with Statista, lists the 1000 companies in Europe that have...
Submitted on April 19, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
CS Technologies Evolution access control range is a pair of full function access controllers, the EVO4 4-door and EVO2 2-door, featuring network access control boards with RS485 and TCP/IP Ethernet communication support, lift control, and seamless alarm integration via 4-state...
Submitted on April 3, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Schneider Electric has installed an Inner Range Infiniti access control and automation solution at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) at Birtinya in Queensland. The integrated security and automation system includes thousands of doors, thousands of devices, 8000 cardholders, and...
Submitted on March 16, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Sir William Gallagher heads up New Zealand electronic security manufacturer Gallagher, a company that is unquestionably a world leader in access control and automation solutions. Sir William is a witty and erudite lateral thinker, rich in anecdotes, who rarely takes...
Submitted on February 15, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Persistence Market Research reports the global electronic access control (EAC) systems market is forecast to increase from $US15.4 billion in 2013 to $31.2 billion in 2019, growing at a compound annual growth (CAGR) of 12.6 per cent. And according to...
Submitted on February 1, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
Q: Which is best for communications between access controllers and door readers – Weigand or RS-485? A: This is an interesting question. There’s a lot more behind Weigand and RS-485 than you’d think. Some of your choices need to be...
Security & Government Expo 2018
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