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December 6, 2005 / ,

Staying ahead of technology changes in security

A panel of ID industry experts provided predictions for 2006. One of these glimpses into the future will appear here each day during December. By Dave Ella, Vice President of Products, AMAG Technology The security industry is seeing an increasing...

Zebra ID badges help Lee County, Florida schools secure campuses

Zebra’s dual-sided color P420i printer has been chosen by a southwest Florida school district to print its 11,000 employee ID badges which are part of a GE-installed system that includes access control, video surveillance, alarm monitoring and photo ID badging....
October 4, 2005 / , ,

Innovative access control offering drives campus card programs throughout Europe

With the increasing demand for security, access control is an increasingly important campus card function in Europe as it is in the rest of the world. One Spanish company is capitalizing on this rising need with a cost-effective and innovative...
July 12, 2005 / ,

BUGA cylinders convert mechanical door locks to card-based readers

Imagine replacing only the cylinder inside your existing door mechanical door locks and converting them into electronic access control devices. That is the concept behind products from BUGA, a German company, that is turning traditional key-based locks into prox and...

PERSONA completes software interface to integrate with Blackboard

PERSONA, a developer of electronic access locking systems for college campus , can now interface with the Blackboard Transaction System, eliminating the need for campuses to keep separate databases and improving data accuracy. With the new interface, PERSONA’s offline access...

Challenges of Printing on Proximity Cards

by Danny Smith, ColorID ( One of the biggest differences between printing on blank PVC (Mag Stripe) card stock and proximity cards is the cost difference of the cards. Blank card stock may cost less than a dollar per card...

Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. uses proximity cards for dorm access and payments

Gallaudet University, a 140–plus year-old Washington, D.C. school for the deaf and hard of hearing, wanted to add cashless payment capabilities to its existing HID proximity cards that controlled dorm access for students. The college didn’t want to replace its...

CardTech/SecurTech '05 on tap for April 12-14 in Las Vegas

While it’s still called CardTech/SecurTech, the show’s promoter is pushing separate identities for the two sides of the name, more so this year then in the past. In fact, it’s being billed as “one event, two technology sectors.” “The show...

University of California controls access with Panasonic iris readers

When you are running a research facility full of expensive equipment and sensitive information, controlling access and egress takes on new proportions. At the Nanofabrication Facility at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB), Laboratory Manager Jack Whaley wears many...
November 29, 2004 / ,

Paper-based photo IDs improve security and tracking of visitors

If you’re looking to get a better handle on visitors or other guests to your campus or facility, Avery may have just the solution for you. Not only will its badge and ID creation software track all your visitors with...
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