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California State University, Fullerton, installed biometric readers for access, time and attendance reporting at its Titan Recreation Center. The center, which employs 120 students, uses Schlage HandKey and HandPunch readers to control and monitor access into the building. December 21, 2009

Are you still searching for that one unique Christmas present that is sure to impress your security industry colleague, or perhaps even a family member or friend? I recently ran across a little gadget known as the iWallet that should appeal to the security-minded. December 14, 2009

Amnityville, N.Y.-based NAPCO has added its first indoor/outdoor biometric keypad to its line of Gemini products. The BioReader keypad can be integrated with most brands of alarm panels with a keyswitch, according to the company. It can also be used as a standalone alarm and garage door access control. SSI Staff · October 22, 2009

Amityville, N.Y.-based Marks USA presents the 175 BIO, a hi-tech fingerprint recognition system. According to the company, it eliminates the risk of replication or unauthorized use. SSI Staff · October 12, 2009

Austin, Texas-based Smarter Security Systems releases its FastScan Vascular Reader (VR), a biometric reader for access control. FastScan VR, which reads unique hand vascular patterns, provides identity verification. SSI Staff · October 04, 2009

While you may not have to serve a medical residency to work with hospitals, getting a firm handle on these clients’ unique access control challenges and needs is a nonelective procedure. Find out what you really need to know to earn your doctorate in health-care security. May 31, 2009

L-1 Identity Solutions of Arlington, Va., delivered the next generation of Bioscrypt V-Station fingerprint reader built on its new 4G technology platform. The product transforms an access control device into a smart security appliance through improved performance, usability and scalability. SSI Staff · April 30, 2009

HID Global of Irvine, Calif., launches its bioCLASSTM RKLB57 smart card field enroller, an iCLASS® contactless smart card reader with LCD screen, keypad and biometric sensor that provides access control certification and fingerprint template enrollment. SSI Staff · October 31, 2008

The energy crisis is a real yo-yo. As a barrel of oil approaches $150, President Bush recommends lifting of the offshore drilling ban and Texas oilman T. Boone Pickens talks about wind and natural gas on network TV. Almost immediately, oil nose-dives to $125 a barrel. But what happens when the Congress refuses to lift the ban? Will it go up again? The situation with biometrics is ... August 31, 2008

With the price of barrels hitting record highs, it’s a good time to be in the oil business. Just ask Convergint Technologies, which benefited from serving a major petroleum industry client that viewed having the best possible security solution as being ... By Scott Goldfine · June 30, 2008


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