News Briefs, July 2012

ASSA ABLOY Mobile Innovation Showroom On The Road To ASIS 2012 The ASSA ABLOY Mobile Innovation Showroom (MIS) is back on the road and beginning the official countdown to ASIS 2012, Sept. 10-13, 2012. Currently with over 70,000 miles traveled to over...

“An added benefit of the aptiQmobile NFC solution is that USF did not need to change readers,” added Raj Venkat, business leader for readers and credentials at Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies. “This is because if Schlage® AD-Series locks or Ingersoll Rand’s multi-technology readers are already installed, it’s simply a matter of downloading the credentials to the students’ phones and they are ready to go.”

“We really enjoy partnering with forward-looking campus environments like the one at the University of San Francisco,” commented Max Steinhardt, President, The CBORD Group, Inc. “The USF pilot, and now this roll-out of NFC technology, means better benefits for students and system users, while at the same time fully supporting the integrity and manageability of campus security. We’ve seen interest in this approach from other customers, and we’ll be looking to work with them on NFC implementation as soon as we can.”


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