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SALTO Systems released new wireless access control technology

July 7, 2020SSN Staff

NORCROSS, Ga.—Manufacturer of electronic access control solutions, SALTO, has released their Neo Cylinder — a new electronic cylinder that offers more features and better functionality than any other cylinder on the market.  “SALTO’s new Neo Cylinder technology allows us to introduce customers, systems operators and installers to new experience and to connect keyless access where we couldn’t have justified wiring a door before,” Marc Handels, co-founder, SALTO Systems, said in...

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Allegion U.S. launches Schlage Mobile Access Solutions

June 11, 2020SSN Staff

CARMEL, Ind.—In the age of digital transformation and the evolving mobile economy, providing secure, convenient access is at the forefront of security challenges faced by multifamily properties, businesses and campuses. The Schlage Mobile Access Solutions portfolio redefines access control for the mobile world.  “Allegion is always looking for ways to address our customers’ evolving needs with real, sustainable innovation, so we’re excited to launch this comprehensive, mobile-enabled...

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State of the access control market, part I

August 20, 2019Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—The concept of access control is simple — to allow or restrict people, animals or things from gaining access to a particular space. At its core is some type of lock, mechanical or electronic, that must be breached legitimately, accidentally or forcefully to gain access. Once access is gained, the results can be advantageous, detrimental or even a combination of both. Although simple to define, the complexity lies in formulating the best access control plan using the best...

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Getting into college

February 13, 2015Martha Entwistle

YARMOUTH, Maine—For students, getting into college can be tough and rising tuition is certainly challenging. For the college itself, figuring out how to enable easy but secure access in and around campus also presents a puzzle. Universities want students, faculty and visitors to have efficient access to public areas, dormitories and classrooms, but access points need to be monitored. And, the security systems need to be designed with the unfortunate possibility of an incident in mind.That's...

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Online wireless locks moving forward, but not locked into the market

May 21, 2014Kenneth Z. Chutchian

Online wireless locks are making inroads in the security industry, particularly on the perimeters of large buildings with hundreds of doors inside."The trend is that one-and-a-half years to three years ago, 75 to 80 percent of electronic locks globally were offline,” said Blake Kozak, senior analyst of security and building technologies at IHS, a research and information company based on Colorado. “The market is shifting to online."Nevertheless, he notes, about 80 percent of the locks...

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