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Whitby, Ontario, Canada-based Keyscan Inc. releases its tailgating detection device (TDS) for high security applications. SSI Staff · June 29, 2010

The UltraShield finish inhibits the growth of bacteria and other microbes on the surface of the hardware. June 29, 2010

Secura Key now offers its customers live interactive training at their own facilities, or any place with an Internet connection. June 27, 2010

In his new role, Mike Taylor will manage the daily operations of AMAG's regional sales managers and sales engineers. June 20, 2010

The Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) will deploy BIO-key Int'l Inc.'s, a finger-based biometric identification solutions company, TruDonor biometric identification technology to enhance the convenience and security for blood donors later this year. June 15, 2010

Falcon, an Ingersoll Rand company, releases the MA Series mortise locks, which provide ANSI/BHMA A156.13-2005 Series 1000, Grade 1 operational and Grade 1 security with standard trims and conventional cylinders. SSI Staff · June 13, 2010

Security and authentication systems technology company Visualant Inc. has completed it acquisition of TransTech Systems Inc., an access control and authentication systems distributor. June 13, 2010

Security management and digital video solution provider AMAG Technology hired Todd Harrington for the newly created position of Federal Government Projects Manager. June 10, 2010

Entrance control and outdoor security solutions provider Smarter Security Systems has launched a new Web site, which provides customers, prospects and security industry practitioners a new way to interact with the company and each other. June 08, 2010

New Braunfels, Texas-based Detex Corp. announces the electric delayed egress with latch retraction (EExER), which combines the self-contained delayed egress EE with the latch retraction ER module to provide exceptional security for applications requiring delayed egress and remote unlocking, remote dogging, access control or an automatic door operator. SSI Staff · June 07, 2010


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