CEM Systems has been securing staff, travellers and property at Budapest Airport since 1995. CEM's AC2000 access control and security management solution was installed by CEM Approved Reseller, Bull Hungary and offers Budapest Airport an advanced access control and building management solution.
The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) has placed an order for access control solutions worth just over 1.1 MEUR for its headquarters in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.
"We chose Gunnebo since its products comply with the Aramco Functional Specification Document. The products are required to be high-quality in design and easy to maintain," states Engr. Ihab N. Gazawi, Security Systems Engineer, Saudi Business Machines Ltd.
Greg's key area of responsibility will be to ensure that the best possible pre and post sales support is available to installers, system integrators and consultants across Europe who choose to specify and install Samsung access control systems.
Port of Charleston is one of the busiest container ports along the United States' Southeast and Gulf coasts. Moving more than 600,000 pier containers per year and ranked 8th largest U.S. port in cargo value, with $50 billion in annual shipments, Charleston is recognized as North America's most efficient and productive port. As a vital hub for global freight transfer, implementing a site protection solution that would safeguard facility infrastructure without adverse affect to flow of cargo was a critical goal.
The Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) is a world class award winning research and teaching centre at Aberystwyth University, Wales. Located on the Penglais and Plas Gogerddan campuses, the venture brings together around 300 research, teaching and support staff to conduct basic, strategic and applied research into biology from the level of genes and other molecules to the impact of climate change and bio-energy on sustainable agriculture and land use.
EURO 2012 is being played in Poland and the Ukraine from June 8 to July 1st. The tournament will feature sixteen of the best football teams in the World in competition for the Henri Delaunay Trophy awarded to the winner of the Euro Cup. Three months before the ball rolls, GIT SECURITY had the opportunity to get an exclusive tour to visit two of the EURO 2012 stadiums in Lviv and Kyiv and talk to officials, security officers and integrators about the preparations and security measurements in the stadiums.
HID Global announced that the company's pivCLASS readers and authentication systems have achieved compliance with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Evaluation Program for certifying that products meet Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201 federal identity specifications. The products are the industry's most complete solution to enable FIPS 201 compliance without having to replace existing access control systems, and the first to be certified for validation services both during registration or enrollment and at the door or other access point.
Nedap AVI announces the introduction of "uPASS Access", a groundbreaking RFID reader for convenient building access control. The uPASS Access supports the passive UHF technology (EPC Gen II) and enables a read range of up to 2 meters (6 feet). The reader is characterized by a small design that fits on the doorpost of each interior. Nedap AVI will release the uPASS Access at IFSEC 2012, from 14 - 17 May, in Birmingham (UK).
SimonsVoss can look back on a highly successful year and, according to a study by a strategy consulting company, landed in the top ten of the leading German medium-sized companies with regard to earnings and turnover growth. Power of innovation and high customer focus formed the basis of this success. The company is currently investing 6 million Euro in a new production facility in Saxony-Anhalt.
The move towards getting Near Field Communications (NFC) technology into the hands of customers appears inexorable as businesses look at ways of optimising mobile payments and access control technologies. There is still a way to go before the benefits are truly realised but as recent announcements show progress is being made.