The controller can be used on major sites and a single unit will operate with multiple entry & exit readers. Scalability is virtually unlimited. A network of up to 4,000 doors can be created and a client site could have 60,000 users with each user having four credentials.
The leading sensor technology manufacturer will be showcasing a number of live demos to demonstrate how easily its range of presence and intrusion detection sensors integrate with third party security system. A whole range is available: from connecting OPTEX battery powered PIRS to a wireless alarm panel, to integrating IP intrusion detectors to CCTV systems.
Vanderbilt, a global leader providing state-of-the-art security systems, announced today it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Access Control Technology Ltd (ACT) based in Dublin, Ireland. This purchase will enhance Vanderbilt’s strategic expansion plans for strengthening its access control business and product portfolio.
At a sitting of Naas District Court on Monday, the 4th July 2016, Liam Whoriskey trading as Whoriskey Security Systems, based in Newbridge, Co. Kildare, was convicted under Section 37 of Private Security Authority Act for providing a security service without a licence. Judge John Coughlan sentenced Mr. Whorskey to 8 months in prison and directed that the defendant be taken into custody.
OPTEX, the sensor manufacturer, is adding to its REDSCAN laser sensors with a new short range, indoor model. It has the same features as its ‘larger’ companions in the series while is lighter, more compact and has other control and power features similar to those of IP dome cameras. The …Read More