An electronic lock operates using an electrical actuator rather than the mechanical system used in traditional locks. Electronic locking systems offer flexibility by enabling an interface to an access control system and further integration with other security systems as well as personnel management tasks such as time and attendance.
Remote key management, multifunction smart card usage and lock auditing are other advantages that can be realised with the use of electronic locking systems
US Fire Service is controlling access to medical supplies on their emergency vehicles using the CyberLock electronic locking system from Videx enabling flexibility of control by vehicle and by personnel
The Trilogy Networx Locksets from Alarm Locks are being used at the Devil's Thumb Ranch where doorset programming is no longer required due to the wireless communications network enabling the locks to be remotely programmed improving response time and improving security levels
CyberLock replacement electronic barrels and programmable key system has minimum impact on the historic buildings of the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts whilst enabling the theatrical company to have state of the art access control without such security issues as missing or duplicate keys
The newly released smarti Guardeon access control and time and attendance system using biometric voice and face recognition technology brings IFSEC award nomination for TAB Systems for the fifth consecutive year
TAB Systems are continuing to pick up awards with the latest having been handed out at the Security Industry Awards during the IFSEC 2010 event for the company's smarti Guardeon featuring biometric voice and face recognition with integrated card proximity reader
Andy Hilverda of Videx explains how a busy fire brigade in the US state of Nevada has grasped flexible control over keys and access to controlled medicines stored on rescue vehicles used in responding to emergencies
Boston based academic institution chooses flexible and highly secure access control environment for its facilities using the XS4 electronic locking system from Salto Systems with AES encrypted wireless networking
Codelocks is seeing increased use of its products in military circles with orders continuing to be received for code locks for use in military bases with the latest being supplied to air force bases in America
TAB Systems is attending IFSEC 2011 in May with new biometric face recognition access control products including a TCP/IP relay box and a portable access control unit enabling patrolling guards to gain access to multiple locations with multiple factor identification
Secutech 2013, the International Exhibition and Conference for Electronic Security, Info Security, Fire and Safety.
Organised by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd, the 16th edition of the show is a business platform for global security professionals to find new business opportunities as we