UPCOMING EVENT: Security Exhibition & Conference (Booth C57) - ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour - July 24-26, 2019

Employee Evacuation Systems

Mobile Security & Emergency Evacuations

Handheld Badge Verification

RFID Readers & Tags for Any Situation

Track Items with RFID & Barcodes

Equipment Tracking & Checkout


  • What Is “Mobile Access Control”?

    Telaeris and Mobile Access Control Starting in 2008, Telaeris has coined our XPressEntry system as “Mobile Access Control System.” Our handheld badge readers perform most functions a Physical Access Control System (PACS) can provide, including: Badge verification Entry/Exit tracking Remote opening of doors Visitor management Emergency rostering It made perfect sense to us to replace […]

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  • Tiny Barcodes

    Recently, a question stretching the limits of barcodes was posed to us.  “How small can a barcode get?” This customer has a need for barcodes as small as we can make them. As this is not a question we receive every day, we decided to do some testing to find out. We already knew the […]

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  • Blinded by the Light – Benefit and Drawbacks of High Intensity Displays

    There is nothing like real-world feedback to allow you to find ways that your product might be improved. One of our customers sent us this feedback regarding mustering using our old Windows Mobile based handheld system. “Our biggest issue was the inability to see anything on the device screen. It was a very sunny day […]

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Upcoming Events

  • GSX 2019
  • Booth 2181
  • Sept. 10-12, 2019
  • Chicago, IL


  • XPressTools keeps track of where our tools are, who has it, and its condition. Thanks Telaeris for a great solution. XPressTools saves us time and money.

    Chris Thaman, Blakey’s Flooring
  • Telaeris’ equipment enabled us to reduce costs and increase efficiency significantly.

    Don Francis, British Petroleum
  • Telaeris helped identify the best equipment and practices to improve our existing RFID tracking system.

    Ted Corral, Taylor Guitars