Happy New Year! I hope that you are off to a great start in 2024!
Our EMEA team just returned from Intersec in Dubai, UAE. It was an excellent industry event and I am pleased to report that it was busier than ever! Our team really enjoyed the great speakers, innovative exhibitors, collaboration with industry partners, and meeting many new customers.
It is exciting to be part of a growing industry that continues to innovate and responds to the physical security needs of corporations, government, military, hospitals, schools, airports, manufacturing, construction sites, mines, chemical plants, and refineries around the world. In fact, industry analysts predict that the global physical security market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 6.8% from 2023 to 2030 to reach USD 216.43 billion by 2030.
Telaeris was founded in 2005 and has sold to over 40 countries around the world. We are also growing and here to stay, specializing in handheld and hands-free safety and physical security solutions to enhance access control and occupancy tracking systems.
Looking forward to a great 2024!
Dr. David Carta
CEO, Telaeris, Inc.
Going to ISC West on April 10-12, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada – USA?
Visit us at Booth #7042
The Inner Workings of a Physical Access Control System (PACS)
Many employees tend to overlook physical security measures and lack awareness of the facility’s access control system.
Upon starting a new job, workers are provided with a badge, accompanied by instructions from the security staff to keep it visible at all times during work hours. They are shown to expect that secure doors and vehicle gates will magically unlock or open when they present their badge. The extent of employee involvement in security is limited to reporting lost badges, ensuring no one follows them into the building, and occasionally scanning their badges when leaving work. That’s the extent of their responsibilities.
Employees often lack awareness of the inner workings of the company’s access control system, limited to what is visible to them. However, this vital component of a company’s physical security involves numerous elements beyond their perception alone. Badges or credentials can take various forms, including access cards, key fobs, or mobile credentials linked to phones, each using diverse technologies and security measures. Readers, responsible for matching badge technology, are not confined to fixed door readers alone; they can be found on desktop readers activating computers and handheld badge and biometric readers. In addition to these, keypads, various door lock hardware, alarm systems, door control panels, access control software, and the intricate networking and wiring that connects them all contribute to the complexity of the access control system.
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We are happy to announce that XPressEntry now supports Emergency Evacuation Mustering with Kantech EntraPass 7.3 – 8.6 access control systems from Tyco Security Products. This new functionality comes free of charge to new and existing Kantech customers with XPressEntry handheld badge and biometric readers enhancing workplace safety and maximizing their investment.
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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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