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Idesco RFID readers help streamline pneumatic waste collection in residential and industrial sites

Pneumatic collection system saves more than 50% energy in waste transport Finnish cleantech company MariMatic Oy develops and delivers automatic waste collection systems for solid municipal waste using energy-saving pneumatic conveying technology. Their technology simplifies the collection and transport of community waste in residential and industrial sites. Both waste and recyclables are conveyed from collection points to central recycling facilities via underground pneumatic...

Prysmian installed RFID monitoring for access control, time and attendance management system

Prysmian deployed Idesco RFID readers for access control, time, attendance, and stock management Did you know your RFID transponders can readily assume new workplace tasking, e.g. streamlining stock management and lowering vendor costs? Cable manufacturer Prysmian Finland recently deployed ACG Pulse’s automatic glove vending system to stock and provide work gloves onsite to Prysmian’s employees. Boosted productivity and cost-savings In just one year, ACG Pulse&rs...

Idesco partners with Sarus to expand its RFID-based access control products in Eurasia

Idesco has positioned itself to answer increasing demand for advanced access control products through its co-operation with Sarus Idesco Oy, an RFID technology world pioneer, has begun cooperating with Sarus Technology in the Eurasian Economic market, providing sales and marketing support across the zone. Sarus Technology is a division of Sarus Ltd., which distributes Auto-ID products in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and CIS markets. A significant growth potential exis...

Idesco, Viakoo partner to offer video monitoring service

Idesco partners with Viakoo to help customers eliminate missing video & keep an eye on their facility at all times Idesco Corp., a leading New York-based security systems integrator, recently announced it has partnered with Viakoo, an award-winning video surveillance network management company, to offer its customers reliable video monitoring that eliminates missing video and reduces video downtime. The Viakoo video management system provides the unique ability to automati...

Security needs persist despite budget challenges of primary/secondary education market

Beyond the need to install new systems, often overlooked is how schools are going to pay for security upgrades Limited financial resources are a common pain point for primary/secondary schools looking to implement cutting-edge security technology. But security needs persist despite scarce resources. All school administrators want to do everything in their power to secure their facilities against threats. More schools are recognising the benefits and, in some cases, requiremen...

Idesco to exhibit access control and video surveillance products at the BuildingsNY show

Idesco will offer the latest access control, video surveillance and ID card solutions to property managers Idesco Corp., a leading New York-based security systems integrator, today announced it will be exhibiting at the BuildingsNY show at the Javits Convention Center on April 28th and 29th. Idesco will be at booth #106 to offer the latest access control, video surveillance and ID card solutions to property managers and building owners. Video surveillance and access control s...

Idesco to exhibit latest access control and video surveillance technology at ASIS 2015

Idesco will also showcase a wide array of ID card solutions Idesco Corp., a leading New York-based security systems integrator, recently announced it will be exhibiting at two major NYC Shows in the month of April. Both shows are well established in the security industry and draw security professionals and local property managers/building owners. Idesco will be at booth #415 at the ASIS 25th Annual New York City Security Conference & Expo and at booth #106 at the Buildings...

Impact of school shootings on demand for security systems

School administrators are now choosing products that make the biggest, long-term impact on campus security Well-publicised events such as the U.S. school shootings at Columbine and Sandy Hook lead to an increased demand of security equipment to protect kindergarten through 12th grade (primary/secondary) education campuses. But do they also result in buying decisions made on impulse that don’t necessarily meet a school’s most pressing security needs? Increase in de...

Idesco access control readers protect workers at Pyhasalmi Mine in Europe

The system’s access points at entrances/exits deploys numerous Idesco 7 CE readers Pyhäsalmi Mine, Europe’s deepest underground mine, has deployed a combined access control and rescue control system designed specifically for mining environments. This one-of-a-kind system, designed by Identoi Oy, was developed in extensive co-operation with Pyhäsalmi Mine. To supply the system’s readers, Identoi has chosen Idesco. As part of Pyhäsalmi Mine&rsqu...

Idesco to demonstrate its product and services at Security Essen 2014 in Germany

Idesco to offer versatile RFID products and solutions, anticipating industry trends toward enhanced cost-effectiveness We’ve recently been working closely with our customers in Germany, in nearby German speaking countries and in Poland, providing local support and customer service through our sister companies, Unitronic AG (Düsseldorf) and Acte Sp. z o.o., (Warsaw). Together, we’re proud to offer some of the world’s most cutting-edge, versatile RFID...

Unitronic AG CEO to perform industry presentation at Security Essen 2014 in Germany

Stefan will talk about the contrast in capabilities between open source and closed technology Idesco is proud to announce that sister company Unitronic AG’s CEO, Stefan Hauf, will give an important industry presentation at Security Essen 2014, “Choosing Wisely, Open and Closed Access Control Technologies”. Stefan’s presentation will begin with a brief survey of the features of the most common technologies and follow with a contrast of the capabilit...

Idesco readers recognise personal tax numbers encoded in IDs for Finnish construction sites

Idesco 13,56 MHz readers recognise the new card UID standard developed and approved for the sites Fairly soon all Finnish construction workers will have their personal tax numbers encoded in IDs they carry to enter their construction sites. Ongoing access control and personal ID deployments at Finnish construction sites are being designed in no small measure to help strengthen tax compliance across the industry. Not surprisingly, all Idesco 13,56 MHz readers already recognise...