The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, located in Columbus, Ga., turned to AMAG Technology to find a comprehensive access control solution for its 190,000-square-foot museum. The facility houses more than 30,000 artifacts, including contents from Saddam Hussein's palace.
October 11, 2009
An organization with sites on installing an access control system will likely require some type of card credential. Whether it is a photo ID, smart card, proximity card, barcode card, magnetic strip or ...
January 31, 2009
The most popular historic estate in America, George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens, is located 16 miles south of Washington, D.C. and rests on the banks ...
April 30, 2008
Irvine, Calif.-based HID Global announces the launch of the mullion-mounted reader, suited for upgrading from the MiniProx to iCLASS® (R15) or multiCLASSTM (RP15) access control readers. The product is 100-percent mechanical and electrical backward compatible, according to the company.
SSI Staff · December 31, 2007
Secura Key of Chatsworth, Calif., announces the release of its ET8-RO-W-M read-only, Wiegand-output reader designed to mount on a standard mullion or doorframe. The newest in the e*Tag® family of 13.56MHz contactless smart-card readers, this unit is designed specifically for the access control market.
SSI Staff · February 28, 2007