Danish Industries, a trade organization and employers‘ association, occupies a prime location in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark. One of their primary responsibilities is nurturing and maintaining optimum conditions for Danish businesses that are developing, manufacturing and competing at home and abroad. In the course of conceiving the plans for their building‘s recent renovation, Danish Industries identified a need to replace their former access control system which no longer met their requirements.
Lagercrantz Group has acquired over 90% of the shares in the Finnish company Idesco OY. Idesco develops and sells products based on RFID technology (Radio Frequency IDentification). The company is the market leader in Finland within access control products for high-security, industrial and commercial properties and is also active in areas such as industrial identification solutions.
Idesco was recently chosen by the Kuopio Prison in Finland to supply its access control readers during the renovation and expansion project of its prison building. Construction of the new building has been completed and renovation of the old complex will follow during the next few months. System provider Niscayah Oy will maintain its role as installer of these systems through the renovation phase as well.
Idesco: appointments. Executive MBA Timo Jauhiainen has been appointed as Vice President for Idesco and is now responsible for the company’s global sales and marketing.
His previous position was CEO for Jot Automation and Elektrobit in Hungary and Romania.
He has also worked in several other managerial positions for Elektrobit Group Oyj and Jot Automation Group Oyj since 1999.
Idesco: touch screen terminal. Idesco launches at Ifsec the new Access Touch reader.
Access Touch is an elegant touch screen terminal with an integrated computer and an RFID reader. The fully operating integrated computer with good performance offers various options for different kind of customised solutions.
Idesco: excellent feedback for passive UHF parking applications. Innovative passive long-distance RFID technology brings a new type of user-friendliness to parking. It offers a number of benefits compared to existing parking applications. Identification can be achieved from a distance of several metres which means being able to drive the car to the parking space practically without stopping. Passive identifiers – tags – that are not battery operated, function in all environments and weather conditions. In practice, they last forever.