Fastlane Turnstiles News

Entrance control vs access control: similarities and differences

Entrance control and access control - of the physical kind - are common terms in the security industry which are often used interchangeably, but should they be? Having worked both sides of the fence, with previous roles at TDSi and HID and now the Major Accounts and Marketing Manager at Integrated Design Limited, Tony Smith highlights the subtle but important differences between these two terms and the systems they refer to, outlining how they should work together to achieve optimal security....

Award-winning complex, The Bower, integrates Fastlane Glassgate

The Bower is a beautifully designed mixed-use development in London. Consisting of three modern spaces, the 320,000 sq ft development offers a contemporary environment for businesses as well as being a vibrant restaurant and retail destination. Companies occupying The Bower are forward-thinking and technologically advanced, so this development required an entrance solution to match its tenants’ high standards and security needs. Customised Fastlane Glassgate 250 turnstiles with an integr...

Fastlane secures University of Manchester with its Glassgate 150 security turnstile

The University of Manchester has recently refreshed the entrance to its Stopford Building, home to the University’s Medical School, giving the building a more modern look and feel. As part of this makeover, the entrance control system also required updating. The University had originally installed Fastlane Plus R200 AS barrier arm turnstiles, the first generation of the Fastlane Plus range, in 2004. In 2006, they upgraded to the Fastlane Plus R300 MA turnstiles, with a Passgate for disabl...

Aurora to demonstrate FaceSentinel facial recognition system at UK Security Expo 2016

FaceSentinel is the world’s first biometric access control authentication product powered by Deep Learning At UK Security Expo 2016, facial recognition provider Aurora will be demonstrating its AI-powered FaceSentinel system, which allows registered users to open doors, turnstiles, and speed lanes simply by looking at a sensor, with no need for any additional verification such as tokens, cards, or PINs. The facial recognition system is integrated with Fastlane gates from...

BSIA members to present latest security solutions at IFSEC 2015

The members will have access to BSIA’s Members’ Lounge throughout the show, with seating available for meetings & coffee breaks Members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) are looking forward to showcasing the very latest in innovative security technology to an impressive audience of international buyers and specifiers, as IFSEC International makes its return to London on 16th – 18th June, 2015. A focus on innovation at this year’s...

Fastlane turnstiles provide access security at Mary Rose Museum, UK

Fastlane’s integration with Telepen allows users to access the museum without any staff intervention The exciting new £27 million Mary Rose Museum opened its doors to visitors on Friday 31st May 2013. Located just metres from Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory and the ships of the modern Royal Navy, the new museum provides one of the most significant insights into Tudor life and creates the new centrepiece to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The Tudor ship that captured t...