April 2024


That’s a wrap… It was another busy and exciting ISC West in Las Vegas! 

It is always fantastic to see so many friends and partners at the show. We enjoyed all the great speakers, innovative exhibitors, in-depth discussion with industry partners, and meeting with both old and new customers. 

What struck me at the show is the consolidation occurring in the physical security space. It was surprising how many customers and potential clients discussed changing their access control system. But a theme I heard over and over again is that they appreciate that whatever system they move to, they know XPressEntry will be able to support them.

Up next is The Security Event on April 30-May 2, 2024 in Birmingham, UK. if you are attending or have a colleague on that side of the Atlantic, please stop by Booth #5/L55 to meet with our European team demonstrating why our XPressEntry handheld badge and biometric readers proudly lead the industry with:

  • The most access control system integrations

  • The broadest support for badges, biometrics, and mobile credentials 

  • The first handheld badge reader using Android 13 for enhanced security

Business in 2024 has been great. We have seen interest in XPressEntry increase all around the world. We love the fact that our partners recommend us because they know we have a solution that works reliably. We have been in business since 2005 and work hard to maintain our customers’ trust in us. 

We wish you many blessings for the rest of 2024!

Dr. David Carta
CEO, Telaeris, Inc.
+1 858-627-9700


Going to ISC West on April 10-12, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada – USA?

Visit us at Booth #7042


OUR LATEST BLOG:  5 Large Scale Facility Evacuation Lessons

Battery Park, Lower Manhattan - New York City

In a world where we deal with natural disasters, industrial accidents, and other emergencies, having a well-thought-out evacuation action plan (EAP) is critical.

In today’s uncertain world, where natural disasters, industrial accidents, and other emergencies can strike at any moment, having a well-thought-out evacuation action plan (EAP) is critical. An effective building evacuation plan not only ensures the safety of employees and visitors, but also minimizes panic and confusion.

No evacuation story is more compelling than that of Rick Rescorla, a British-American security expert known for his heroic actions during the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center (WTC). On that fateful morning, Rescorla, the head of security for Morgan Stanley, heard the explosion and saw the North Tower burning from his office on the 44th floor of the South Tower. Despite initial instructions from building managers for everyone to stay in their offices, he led the swift evacuation of nearly 2,700 Morgan Stanley employees. His plan, prior preparation, and decisive leadership saved their lives.

We will explore five elements to consider when constructing evacuation plans for large facilities, drawing inspiration from Rescorla’s work.

Element #1: Build on Internal Experience for your Facility EAP

Rescorla understood the importance of preparation and planning. After the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center’s underground parking garage, he was convinced terrorists would return and used his imagination to think of scenarios – including flying an aircraft into the building.

CLICK HERE to read the entire blog. 




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Telaeris is coming to an industry event near you!

ISC West 2024

Booth #7042

April 10-12, 2024

Las Vegas, Nevada – USA

The Security Event 2024

Booth #5/L55

April 30-May 2 2024

Birmingham – UK

Security Essen 2024

Booth #6A16

September 17-20, 2024

Essen – Germany

Global Security Exchange 2024

Booth #2142

September 23-25, 2024

Orlando, Florida – USA

Intersec 2025

Booth #TBD

January 14-16, 2025

Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Can’t make it to one of these events?

CONTACT US to schedule a demo anytime!

XPressEntry handheld readers proudly lead the industry with the most access control integrations and the broadest support for badge technologies plus biometrics.

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