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INEX/ZAMIR Integrates ALPR With Tyco Access Control System

INEX/ZAMIR and Tyco's Software House have reached an agreement to allow integration of the Insignia Automatic License Plate Recognition system with the C-CURE 9000 access control system.

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Fortifying Police Stations

Police administrations can implement a variety of technologies to beef-up police facility security. While cameras are often top of mind in every police facility—even the old and outdated ones—many other technologies exist to monitor and secure these buildings.

Fla. City Installs Genetec Security Center to Protect Police HQ

Sanford, Fla., has installed Genetec's unified security platform, the Security Center, for both access control and video surveillance in their new public safety complex.

Detroit Police Roll Out New Security Measures At Station

New security measures such as a metal detector have been added to the Detroit Police Department's Northwestern District station that was the scene of a surprise assault Sunday with new security measures.

Raleigh PD Expands Cloud-Based Access Control System

With the recent system expansion, a single Brivo system now manages access for more than 900 sworn and civilian members of the department as well as subcontractors and other personnel, covering approximately 60 access doors at 14 locations, including its new administration and North District buildings.

North Carolina Department Adds Wireless Access Control System

Under a contract between the city of Asheville (N.C.) and Matrix Systems, several municipal facilities including the police department will have a state-of-the-art, enterprise-based access control system.

SmartShield Badge

Blackinton’s innovative SmartShield Badge Security System uses advanced Eid (enforcement identification) software technology to create a robust, complete RFID badge security solution for law enforcement. Each SmartShield badge looks like a traditional badge, but it wirelessly provides badge validation, personnel verification, issuance and inventory tracking, and access control.

BIO-key Biometrics Authentication System

BIO-key’s new WEB-key fingerprint-based authentication systems give agencies a way to control access to secure applications. WEB-key uses biometrics technology to scan, measure, and analyze individual fingerprints, comparing them to a database of live images to confirm or deny access into any secured, registered area. Users can register their fingerprints with BIO-key, so other forms of identification are unnecessary.