StoneLock announced that it will be will be unveiling its newest biometric-centric solution, StoneLock Gateway, at ASIS 2017. StoneLock Gateway is designed to deliver a seamless integration pathway for enterprise-level security. With the addition of StoneLock Gateway, StoneLock now provides an enterprise biometrics solution that provides scalability, high availability, seamless functionality, and traceability across multiple simultaneously connected physical access control systems (PACs), enterprise resource planning systems (ERPs), and other external system integrations. This will provide credentialing data and monitor activity. As enterprises expand and adopt biometric solutions, StoneLock Gateway overcomes limitations with traditional PAC systems that do not allow for the full functionality and power of a biometric device.
Boon Edam Inc., a global leader in security entrances and architectural revolving doors, announced it will be emphasizing integrated access control solutions that both authenticate authorized passage and prevent tailgating in Booth #4003 at the 63rd ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in Dallas, Texas from September 26th-28th. The manufacturer is also the official Turnstile Sponsor for the Exhibition.
Johnson Controls introduces the newest versions of its C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform from Software House to now include greater credential security and flexibility in smart card encoding by integrating with two new smart card technologies. New personnel and credential management functionalities for the Software House C•CURE 9000 v2.60 SP1 (standalone) and v2.61 (unified with victor from American Dynamics) adds support for NXP MIFARE DesFire EV1 and EV2 smart card encoding.
StoneLock, a global leader in designing and manufacturing biometrics solutions, announced Jim Trani as the company’s Chief Technology Officer. Bringing forty years of experience in research and development of engineering solutions, Jim will lead StoneLock’s continued technology growth in developing biometric applications for identity and credential management. As CTO, Jim will create the technology vision for StoneLock and translate that vision into new products, through his management of the engineering teams.
Delta Scientific, the leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, announced that leading universities, including six of the Associated Press (AP) U.S. top-10 rated pre-season football schools, are staying one step ahead of terrorists and errant drivers on their campuses by identifying vulnerable areas and securing them within minutes with Delta MP5000 temporary, portable barriers. These mobile deployable vehicle crash barriers carry a K8 rating (M40 ASTM rating), stopping 7.5 ton (6400 Kg) vehicles traveling 40 mph (64 kph). With vehicle attacks becoming terrorists preferred choice of creating panic, many universities are adding such defenses.
Johnson Controls introduces comprehensive and automated visitor management as a core component of the C•CURE 9000 security and event management platform with a new self-service Kiosk Application and optional stand offerings that connect through the C•CURE Portal. The new release provides auto-generation and assignment of temporary credentials for visitors, and customizable access control workflows for more efficient management of access credential requests.
With the start of a new school year, it is an excellent opportunity for school districts to review their campus security. With students and staff returning to school, now is the time to review the performance of security and safety changes made over the summer. It also presents an opportunity to seek out and identify additional upgrades or modifications with the full knowledge of how the facility is being used. With this real-world stress test taking place as the first school bell tolls, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions has compiled its list of resources for school districts.
ISONAS Inc., a leading Pure IP™ access control system manufacturer, announced that the company has added a new region to its sales map and appointed Kimberly Copanas, as the new Regional Sales Manager for the South East and Central US. In this role, Ms. Copanas will be responsible for growing sales within the designated region and will focus on advancing existing relationships built with ISONAS certified integrators, distribution partners, and manufacturer rep firms over the years as well as identifying relationship opportunities in new and emerging markets.
Four leading security manufacturers have teamed up to provide safety and security solutions for the players, coaches, and fans at the 71st Annual Little League Baseball® World Series (LLBWS). For the first time, Milestone Systems is joining Axis Communications, Extreme Networks, and Lenel to provide video surveillance systems, access control, and network connectivity for the 10-day tournament. A fully integrated security system is in place as 16 Little League Baseball teams and hundreds of thousands of fans from around the globe come together Aug. 17-27 in South Williamsport. A priority of Little League Baseball officials is promoting a fun, exciting experience, while also providing the highest level of security.
SureView Systems, a global provider of central station and command center monitoring solutions, has partnered with Tyco Security Products to deploy Tyco’s Sur-Gard (SG)-System 5 with their Immix platforms. The combined solution will provide video verification capabilities as part of a single platform. The unique SG-System 5 alarm receiver supports the visual verification features for DSC PowerSeries Neo, Tyco Security Products’ wireless intrusion platform. These devices have the capability to send a visual “clip” along with the digital alarm that, via the integration with Immix, can be instantly viewed and acted upon by a monitoring agent.