SecurityWorldHotel

04/04/2012

New access control solution designed for SME applications

Dublin, Eire

Access Control Technology (ACT) Ltd. has launched a new access control solution that has been designed to suit all types of SME's located in a single building and not requiring more than 32 protected doors.
The ACT-pro 1500 single door IP controller can be set-up and administered via its built-in web server or through the established ACT-win software application. Key features include voltage monitoring, break glass monitoring, status LEDs for fault indication and cable management improvements such as a raised PCB and more space in the enclosure. It is expandable to up to 32 doors via ACT-pro door stations and supports 15,000 users.

For sites with only one ACT-pro 1500 the built-in web server is ideal for setting up and administrating the access control system. The web server reduces the potential for IT issues e.g. getting access to a PC, passwords, etc when installing applications. The simplicity of the web interface decreases the time spent on configuring and administering the system and on training the end user.

The new ACT-pro reader range combines ACT reliability with a modern and elegant design that will fit into any environment. These multi-format RFID readers are available as pin, pin & proximity or proximity only options. Suitable for both indoors or outdoors they have mullion, surface or flush mount options.

Product News

Dahua Nvidia partnership offers Deep Sense smart video server

The “Deep Insight, Deep Cooperation” – Dahua Smart GPU Product Release Conference was held in Hangzhou in March. Together with Nvidia, a world-leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) computing company, Dahua released the Deep Sense server for smart video structure analysis, designed with extremely high computing capability. Mr. Yang Yinchang, General Manager of Dahua R&D Center, Dr. Pan Shizhu, President of Dahua Institute of Advanced Technology, as well as Mr. Shen Wei, VP of Nvidia participated in the new product release conference.

Business News

Multi-factor authentication market strengthens with growing cyber threats

According to the latest market research report from Marketsandmarket the multifactor authentication market  is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.52% to reach USD 12.51 Billion by 2022. Factors such as an increase in data breaches and cyber attacks, stringent regulations and the growing pressure of data security compliances, and the growing adoption of BYOD concept among enterprises are driving the growth of the multifactor authentication market.

Business News

The key to successful safe cities is a collaborative approach

For the first time in history, more people around the world live in cities than in rural areas. By 2030, over 60 percent of the world’s population will be living in cities. While this global migration to urban areas improves the living standards, health and financial prosperity of these citizens, it brings challenges to a city’s infrastructure, resources, security procedures and emergency response systems. Meeting these challenges is critical to the success of cities in the decades that follow, and IHS Markit analysts have produced a market insight report exploring the potential benefits of the Safe City concept.

Business News

Cyber security focus for Israel's first Secure-By-Design Government facility

Cyberbit, the wholly owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems, whose cyber security solutions protect some of the world’s most sensitive systems, has been selected by the Arison Group – Solel Boneh Infrastructure, one of Israel's most prominent construction and infrastructure companies, to provide its cyber security product suite for the new Ram Compound, an ultra-secure facility under construction in the Israeli capital. The Ram Compound will serve as headquarters for sensitive government ministries and will integrate physical and cyber security to achieve unprecedented resilience.

Product Suppliers
Back to top