Jail Management Systems (JMS) are the heartbeat of a correctional facility’s operations. In this era of rapid consolidation in the software industry, constantly changing technologies and operational challenges, the task of selecting the “right” Jail Management solution can be quite daunting.Read more
Dynamic Public Safety is changing how corrections officials are managing operations in detention facilities nationwide.Read more
Norment Security Group offers electronic security products to create custom command centers for correctional facilities. Products include touch-screen controls, wireless handheld controllers, graphic control consoles, intercom and paging systems, card access protection, video badge processing and personal duress alarms. The company offers custom integration of auxiliary systems controls including water and lighting. Touch-screen technology provides a menu-driven interface that can incorporate multiple graphic floor, elevation and site plans.Read more
Sarnoff Corp. offers the IOM PassPort, a biometric checkpoint screening system that utilizes iris scanning and recognition technology to verify identity in the tracking and movement of inmates. The system scans subjects in motion and has a throughput of up to 30 people per minute. It can also be utilized for staff identity verification and visitor management purposes, according to the company.
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Special-Lite, a manufacturer of entrance systems for institutional applications, introduces the SL-17 Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester Flush Door.
The polyester surface is scratch-free, immune to cracking and corroding, and will never need painting, according to the manufacturer.
For clean room applications, the door can be customized with sealed seams, closed top and bottom rails, and foam-filled stiles and rails.Read more
Synergistics Inc. announces iAccess, a multi-featured remote-hosted access control system that communicates securely via the Internet to control entry to facilities. Through the use of one or more intelligent controllers installed at the facility, the system can control up to 255 different access levels and entry points.Read more
Click2Enter allows any radio transceiver (mobile or portable) to act as an access control device. The unit provides correctional facilities the ability to allow individual officer control of gates, bollards, sally ports and medium security doors. No modifications to existing radios are required.
To operate, users only need to be in sight of the unit and pulse the radio to open a device. Up to 50 different radio frequencies can be programmed into one device.Read more
Tymetal Corp.’s Positive Locking Ultimate Sallyport System includes the Bi-Parting model, which features fully enclosed positive drive assembly with a keyless three-point mechanical lock and is resistant to tampering and the effects of inclement weather.
The locking column is located in the center of the gate. The opening of chain link sliding gate panels is controlled from a set of remote “open-close-stop” push buttons.
The manufacturer also offers enhanced security by replacing chain link gates with heavy steel panels of 10-inch galvanized structural steel.Read more
Videx announces TouchAccess 300, a new access-control system designed for a variety of applications including monitoring and restricting access to electric powered doors and gates.
TouchAccess 300 controls who has access, and what specific days and times they have access. Each time an event takes place at the lock, TouchAccess 300 records the user?s ID, location, date and time.