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ASSA ABLOY offers access control systems for schools

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


ASSA ABLOY’s door locking system, which enable access to educational institutions, will be on display at London’s Building Schools Exhibition and Conference Feb. 23-24. The company’s smart locking system is part of a wide range of integrated security solutions for schools.


Visitors to stand 20434 will be able to see live demonstrations of Aperio as a wireless locking solution, which can be incorporated into existing access control systems to instantly update the security of a school building.

“School buildings are faced with complicated safety and security issues like never before, which now have to be overcome with due consideration to the cost and environmental impacts of every decision made,” commented Guy Willott, ASSA ABLOY Access Control.

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The CBORD Group announced the launch of Avail, a new Software-as-a-Solution access control system.

Specifically designed for security, ease of use and cost savings, Avail offers robust security measures while reducing expense and complexity for the university. An ideal fit for small and mid-sized access control implementations, Avail is designed to simplify access management by eliminating the need for software installations or server maintenance.

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ASSA ABLOY announced that the Corbin Russwin Access 700 and SARGENT Passport 1000 IP-enabled campus access control locks now include HID multiCLASS SE technology.

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The much-publicized biometrics bill in the state of Florida – SB 188 proposed by Sen. Dorothy Hukill, R-Port Orange – has passed through he House without any additional amendments. The bill awaits Gov. Rick Scott’s signature before becoming law.

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Access control systems have the power to enable or prevent people from entering or exiting a location or room, and the applications of such a system within a school setting are immense.

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