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.
Secret Spy Organization counts on SALTO
Kingsman – The Golden Circle is the sequel to the 2015 box office hit Kingsman: The Secret Service and SALTO products have been chosen for use in the film. In the first film a secret spy organization recruited an unrefined, but promising street kid into the agency’s ultra-competitive training program, just as a global threat emerged from a twisted tech genius.
Technology has not only seen great change over the last decade, but there have been vast changes at an impressive speed. While the access control market has been challenged to keep pace with this influx of change, current data and predictions show that this segment is poised for continued growth and a positive shift in the global market.
The days of overcrowded clunky keychains encumbering purses and pockets are fading into the abyss. Technology is moving past the necessity of the actual lock and key in many cases. Today, we’re seeing an emergence of key fobs for cars with push-start buttons, and a move towards digital security, mobile credentials, keypads, and biometric access control, such as fingerprint and facial recognition, and even iris detection.