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Nortech Control Systems provides hybrid access control solution for Lydney Community School

Lydney C of E Community Primary School is a medium sized primary school set on the edge of the Forest of Dean. The school has seven classes with 216 children on roll and was using a standalone access control system using a magnetic stripe card reader. The school were looking to upgrade their system and chose Nortech to provide an IP networked CRC220 2-door controller with slim line proximity readers to control access through the main entrance to the building.
09 March 2017/Author: Erin/Number of views (1776)/Comments (0)/

Gunnebo Uses Nortech's Integrated MR350 To Capture Visitor Cards At Bank

Gunnebo South Africa used Nortech's MRC350 Card Capture reader in their exit turnstiles at a major South African bank to provide a means of capturing the pass cards of visitors as they leave the building. 

05 January 2017/Author: Erin/Number of views (2603)/Comments (0)/

Royal Boon Edam: Putting Security Management at the Forefront of Your Business

In today’s world, the security of a company’s personnel and important data can not be taken lightly. 

As experts in the field of security, we are aware of how imperative it is that only those personnel who are authorised may gain entry to your building or specific areas within a building. With this in mind, we recommend that only one security solution will do – the Circlelock.

08 February 2016/Author: Liam Collins/Number of views (3711)/Comments (0)/

HD number plate reading offers convenient long-range identification

A new high definition automatic number plate recognition system (ANPR) for access control is being launched to the UK market providing vehicle identification even at a10m distance.

22 April 2015/Author: Judith Denny/Number of views (4913)/Comments (0)/

Visitor monitoring system – HMP Wellingborough

A BSIA member worked with HMP Wellingborough, a Category C Prison located in Northamptonshire, to provide a modern, computerised visitor monitoring system to stop visitors of inmates from using a false identification to gain access to the prison. The key requirements were that it had to be a secure system, easy to use and incorporated a photo ID system that was not open to abuse.
14 October 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (6453)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Access Control