Vanderbilt ACT Enterprise’s Rules Mapping Engine

Vanderbilt have always had a firm belief that access control should not be difficult or time-consuming to install and use, and this is the simple thinking ACT Enterprise’s new feature set was developed around. The USP of the existing ACT system has been that it possesses all the features expected in a modern-day access control system, and is simple to install and maintain, regardless of access control experience. This matters to installers because when a system is fast to install and more straightforward to set-up and quote, it removes the…

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Dahua VTO9341D Face-recognition apartment outdoor station

Dahua Technology has recently launched a new apartment outdoor station VTO9341D, providing new access control solutions to fence and lobby entrance with the cutting-edge face recognition technology. The apartment outdoor station elevates the safety and convenience of resident security system to a new level with the fashionable nontouch face-recognition entry, while conventional unlocking ways are preserved in case of emergency. The product’s working temperature is between -20°C and 60°C, meaning it can operate smoothly across a variety of weather conditions and geographical areas. With a shell made of aluminium alloy…

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Fermax 2 Wire DUOX System Used on Major Nottingham Retrofit

Fermax has offered an ideal, cost effective solution to allow installation partners to complete a successful upgrade of a large apartment complex in Nottingham. Working with its approved partner FSE Security systems and involving over 90 apartments at Marina Park Nottingham, the challenge was to upgrade an old third-party audio only system to a modern audio-video system with the minimum of disturbance to residents and without incurring excessive high cost. By using the Fermax 2 Wire Duox system with SKYLINE surface mounted panels and VEO-XS flat screen hands free video…

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FLIR Systems Awarded With Guard Contract

FLIR Systems, Inc. has been awarded a contract from the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in support of the U.S. Coast Guard’s (USCG) Second Generation Automatic Identification System (AIS2) program. The indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a ceiling value of $9.9 million to provide second generation automatic identification system (AIS) transponders, associated peripherals, and spare parts for nearly 1,774 boats and 282 cutters in the USCG’s active fleet. The government anticipates the purchase of vessel class-specific kits and spare parts to equip all USCG vessels…

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