A new Guard Tour feature for Inner Range’s integrated access control system, Integriti, allows security managers to randomise the order of regular patrol duties, making routine activities harder to predict by would-be attackers.
The feature is part of the latest update (V18.1) for Inner Range’s award-winning integrated access control product and will be showcased at this year’s IFSEC International 2018 event at ExCel London from June 19 to 21. Inner Range is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and draws on three decades of R&D, manufacturing and sales experience to provide customers with bespoke security solutions.
This year marks our milestone 30th anniversary and our latest update is testament to the fact we never stand still"
Integrated access control systems
Since the company was founded 1988 in Melbourne, Australia, Inner Range has installed more than 130,000 access control systems in more than 30 countries. Tim Northwood, General Manager of Inner Range Europe, said: “This year marks our milestone 30th anniversary and our latest update is testament to the fact we never stand still."
“We’ve always prided ourselves on the fact we research, develop and manufacture all our own products. Now we can draw on three decades of experience in those fields to continue to improve and innovate our systems. We look forward to showing what our 30-year heritage in integrated access control systems can do at local, national and even global levels.”
Inner Range’s sales and technical support teams will be on hand to talk to IFSEC delegates about the company’s products and latest improvements.
Features of the latest Integriti update:
- A new 64-bit server, double the size of the previous 32-bit server, to allow new integrations that need greater memory. Existing 32-bit servers will remain in place to support established technology and existing integrations.
- Integriti’s ‘mobile reader’ app can also now be used for emergency muster situationsIntegriti’s ‘mobile reader’ app can also now be used for emergency muster situations. The app allows security staff to use their own phone to swipe a user’s access card and instantly check credentials. In the event of an emergency, evacuating staff swipe their cards at fixed muster points or on the phone with the mobile reader app installed, so site managers can see quickly and easily where all personnel are and who might be in danger.
- The Guard Tour feature (mentioned above) helps security managers organise, log, monitor and carry out routine security tasks. It includes ‘flexible grouping’ so tours can be broken down into groups of sub-steps that security personnel can complete in any order. It also allows real time tracking of personnel while they are conducting tasks and can automate some tasks, such as re-arming a cleared area.
Web-based access control
Inner Range is taking part in IFSEC’s Show Me How programme of technology demonstrations. Inner Range will be showing how to configure its web-based access control system, Inception, from taking it out of the box to a programmed state. Delegates will be able to see this done by either direct network or Wi-Fi browser connections.
You can find Inner Range on stand F410 at IFSEC International 2018.