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6th November 2019 Issue no. 482
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The new SR3 and SR4 steel door ranges, also known as Torr and Titan, have been developed from scratch to offer a product compatible with increased frame and ironmongery options, allowing greater freedom of design for architects and specifiers.
iLOQ and SNEF Connect have signed a strategic partnership to combine their respective know-how in the access management sector.
With a EUR 1.5 billion turnover and 12,000 employees, Groupe SNEF brings to the partnership its expertise in the world of security. As a French independent leader and recognized player in the sectors of energy, industrial processes, telecommunications and information technologies, it designs, develops and integrates multi-technical solutions tailored to customer needs.
The new additions to the Wisenet Q series include 2 and 5 megapixel bullet cameras, domes and vandal resistant domes, with system designers able to choose from models which are supplied with fixed or motorised varifocal lenses. All are true day/night (ICR) cameras and feature Lens Distortion Correction (LDC).
They also benefit from enhanced Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) that performs at up to 120dB to produce clear images from scenes containing a challenging mix of bright and dark areas which normally results in overexposed or underexposed images.
PAC & GDX, a leading provider of access control and door entry solutions, has announced the availability of its new Architect range of readers. By integrating cutting edge radio frequency identification (RFID), near field communication (NFC) and Bluetooth technologies into the Architect range, PAC & GDX has made it possible for smartphones to be used as an access control identification tool, thereby providing the highest level of convenience, flexibility and ease of operation.
Offering unrivalled levels of modular scalability, Architect can be configured to suit every application – from a single door to a fully integrated global internet based system – and the range currently comprises two variants. The ‘Architect-A’ is a compact sized reader, while the
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The Solar Trade Association has announced a partnership with security specialists SmartWater. Under the terms of the partnership, STA members are entitled to an exclusive discount of more than 25% off the installation of SmartWater’s unique asset marking technology, and more than 15% off the annual site licence fee.
Oprema, one of the UK's fastest-growing security distributors, is now an exclusive distribution partner for SMARTair, from the ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware & Access Control Group.
Now available through Oprema, SMARTair is an easy-to-use, battery-operated wireless access control system, that's fully-scalable based on users requirements.
Manything, offsite cloud storage provider, announces the business rebrand to Videoloft. The rebrand includes not only a new name, but also new logo, positioning, website and apps.
Key-copying kiosks pose new threats to buildings that use electronic access cards, according to security experts. KeyMe, founded in 2012, has self-service kiosks located in retailers across the U.S. - including 7-Eleven, Bed Bath & Beyond, Safeway, Sears, Rite Aid and more. The company rolled out its machines as a cheap and easy way to copy brass keys.Full Story
IT Governance, the leading provider of cyber security and privacy management solutions, has released a new green paper: ISO 27701 - Privacy information management systems.
ISO/IEC 27701:2019 is a new privacy-focused standard that provides organisations with a comprehensive set of guidelines for managing security of information and personal data.