Boon Edam Inc. is showcasing integrated technologies to mitigate tailgating, at the GSX 2019. Demonstrating their continuing growth and evolution, the company’s recently-named CEO Valerie Anderson is in attendance this year in her new role. As the official turnstile sponsor of the show, Boon Edam has placed turnstiles at all entrances to the exhibit hall for show attendees to pass through.
Openpath announced their solution to tailgating known as one of the biggest security vulnerabilities that buildings and workplaces face today. Tailgating occurs when a door is left open long enough for an unauthorized person to enter a property behind an authorized entrant. While seemingly harmless, tailgating is common and exposes multiple security risks that can lead to theft and violence. Physical security is rapidly becoming a priority for companies.
Boon Edam and architectural revolving doors are demonstrating their integration technologies with an unmatched capacity to mitigate tailgating at the ISC West. Once again this year, all show attendees will enter the exhibition through Boon Edam turnstiles, as the company is the official turnstile sponsor of the show. While access control technologies grant or deny entry to secure areas within a facility, in order to eliminate tailgating you must ensure that only one person enters for each valid authorization.
Boon Edam announced they are emphasizing tailgating mitigation through integrated technologies at the ISC West. Boon Edam is also the official turnstile sponsor of the show. Access technologies are critical for granting or denying entry to secure areas within a building. However, these solutions are only effective at mitigating tailgating when coupled with security entrances. This complete solution ensures only one person enters per valid authorization.
Boon Edam Inc. released the results of an internal survey looking at perceptions and trends with respect to the issue of tailgating entry into buildings. The survey was conducted in late 2014. Boon Edam Inc. asked over 3,000 contacts from its database of end users, security consultants and integrators to share their perceptions about the risk of tailgating into their acilities.