ACT Enterprise Introduction with COVID-19 Features

2020 has been a trying time for all of us, the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has presented a challenge to communities and businesses everywhere.  The question I have for you, whether you are a security integrator or end user, is how do you see your electronic access control system helping you to keep on top of your legal and social obligations now and ongoing in the future in this new ‘normal’ Continue Reading


ACT365 Introduction & Unboxing

Wouldn’t it be great to have a business that had a reoccurring income, so even in those quiet times, the money still kept rolling in?  In security we have had to rely on monitored lines to accomplish this.  What if there was a new way to generate income, in this case through access control? Continue Reading

Tech Tip

Vanderbilt PDM-i12 PIR Installation Guide

This is a quick video on how to correctly wire the PDM-i12 passive infrared detector from Vanderbilt Industries.

This PIR has been around for a number of years, and it extremely popular around the world, and especially popular in Australia, but new customers still have trouble with wiring the detector correctly since the terminal are unlike most other detectors on the market, but today I’ll show how easy it is to install.

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Enterprise Access Control

Over at Alarmcorp, technical director, Jeff Rushton, explains that components of a global access control solution can vary. But he says that for a solution like Vanderbilt SiPass, a basic system requires a server to run the management software, and the client gains access to the system through remote workstations via a thick client or web browser. Continue Reading

New Product

Cayuga VMS with Integration

See more, understand more, perform faster.

Being one of the leading solution providers for video surveillance in Europe, SeeTec has been developing professional software solutions for 20 years. The current product line SeeTec Cayuga exceeds the original scope of merely managing security cameras by far.

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