Access control system accessory case studies

SALTO access control system implemented at the Friendship Village of Bloomington

Rick Meyer, Executive Director, Friendship Village of Bloomington says, “In my sixth year at the Village, it became very clear to me and my staff how time-consuming and unwieldy our old access control system had become. The community opened in 1979, thirty-two years ago, and the existing access control system had been in place for fifteen years. We realised it was at the end of the road; it was clearly time for us to find a more modern and user-friendly system.” Floyd...

ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio wireless access control protects Germany's Olympic training facility

The mechanical key management system has been replaced by ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio wireless locks Security at one of Germany's leading Olympic training facilities has been transformed by ASSA ABLOY. Heidelberg's Olympiastützpunkt Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar has installed Aperio® wireless access control to protect the 800 squads who use the facility. The Olympiastützpunkt Metropolregion is one of 19 elite centres across Germany, and is used as a training venue f...

HID Global’s ID solutions increase classroom attendance and security at Dayton Public Schools in Ohio

The HID and Plasco solutions has enabled DPS to enhance campus security and safety HID Global, a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, recently announced that the company’s secure ID card issuance solutions, combined with solutions from Plasco ID, a leading integrator and provider of card-based ID systems, has enabled Dayton Public Schools (DPS) in Dayton, Ohio to increase classroom attendance, while enhancing campus security and safety by including new visual s...

Allegion’s Schlage biometric hand readers installed at London Olympic Park construction site

Schlage's biometric hand readers enrolled over 30 million transactions throughout the five year build programme Allegion PLC, a leading global provider of security products and solutions, recently announced that its Schlage biometric hand readers were used at the Olympic Park construction site in London, enrolled 81,000 people and handled over 30 million transactions, throughout the five year build programme. Human Recognition Systems (Liverpool) developed and installed the s...

Kelvin Hughes installs its S-Band SharpEye radar and antenna on Christmas Island

The SharpEye solid-state radar allows authorities to control the area Kelvin Hughes, a world leader in the design and supply of navigation and surveillance systems, is delighted to announce the permanent installation of an S-Band SharpEye radar and antenna on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean. An Australian territory, located 2,600 kilometres northwest of Perth, Christmas Island has been regularly used by immigrants and asylum seekers as a pathway to obtaining refugee stat...

Alpro Architectural provides its transom door closers to The University of Liverpool

Alpro’s overhead transom closers are a means of hydraulically controlling the opening and closing of aluminium doors The University of Liverpool is using transom door closers from Alpro Architectural Hardware at student residences on its south campus adjacent to the Management School and Law Faculty. Alpro’s overhead transom closers are a means of hydraulically controlling the opening and closing of aluminium doors and can have light, medium or heavy spring streng...

Mul-T-Lock’s MT5 key & cylinder platform provides enhanced key security at the College of Psychic Studies in London

MT5 restricts unauthorised distribution of keys and ensures operations from a single master key system Mul-T-Lock’s patented MT5 key & cylinder platform has been installed at the College of Psychic Studies by ATCL Locksmiths to restrict the unauthorised distribution of keys and ensure its security can operate from a single master key system, without compromising on the 19th century architecture. Based in the heart of London, The College of Psychic Studies was founde...

ASSA ABLOY products ensure first-rate security at Translational Research Institute (TRI) in Australia

The installation consists of 3570 series Lockwood commercial mortise locks Multiple state-of-the-art ASSA ABLOY products are ensuring first-rate security at the award-winning Translational Research Institute (TRI) building in Brisbane, Australia. The USD 177 million, 32,000 square metre building is one of the largest medical research institutes in the southern hemisphere – and as such it demanded a high-tech access control solution and first-rate security in keeping wit...

CyberLock access control system secures west coast zoo in North America

The zoo expanded CyberLock to other habitats and is using it to limit who has access to which animals Security in wildlife parks and zoos is important for the protection of not only the animals, but the employees and visitors, too. A west coast zoo in North America installed the CyberLock system in an effort to better manage access to habitats of dangerous animals, starting with the reptile exhibit. Even before CyberLock, enclosures housing venomous snakes have been marked wi...

Pilgrims Group partners with Vesper Group to secure the Swedish embassy in Baghdad

Vesper and Pilgrims role is to enable embassy staff to carry out their work with minimum risk or interference Swedish risk management enterprise, Vesper Group has been appointed to secure the Swedish Embassy for Iraq, supported by international security specialist, Pilgrims Group. Vesper, which provides security services to the Swedish embassies in Pakistan and Afghanistan, has contracted Pilgrims as its partner to secure the Swedish embassy in Baghdad. Sweden’s Ministr...