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Welcome to the first edition of Canadian Security's Access Control focused enews where we provide, once a month, content exclusive to issues surrounding the area of access control.

This will include case studies, articles from experts on the latest technologies and training events specific to access control products.

This newsletter will appear the third Monday of the month opposite the regular Canadian Security enewsletter.

If you are interested in contributing an idea or an article, contact Jennifer Brown at or Neil Sutton at


Winnipeg Health Authority deploys networked access control
Eight years ago Jacques Gagne was hired by the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority to establish a comprehensive security program for the organization. Before he started in 2003, there was no broad-based program in place — each facility had its own systems and nothing tied in together. He set about developing a networked access control system that now goes across the organization.

Making access control more accessible
Management of access control has increasingly been migrating to a web interface, which has made it more attractive to end users in an outsourced model and for security systems providers to adopt as an additional service they can provide to earn more recurring revenue.

How multispectral imaging is making biometrics reliable
For many years now, the promise of biometrics has not been fully realized in large part because performance in the lab is not representative of performance in the field.  That’s the reason major programs have never really been fulfilled.

Do you know a security integrator who has completed a state of the art system?
The deadline is fast approaching! June 30 is the last day to nominate a top security integrator:
Visit our nomination page today


Wireless elevator kit extends reach of access control system
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, has announced that its new ECK400 Elevator Kit can save thousands of dollars per elevator in installation costs. Although traveling cables are routinely included at the time of installation, they are often ill equipped to reliably transport credential data from the cab to the elevator controller.
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C•CURE 800/8000 supports American Dynamics HDVR and latest Windows operating systems
Software House has announced that its latest release of C•CURE 800/8000 access control software supports the American Dynamics HDVR, a powerful recording platform for both analogue and IP video cameras.
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Card printer houses RFID chip for easy configuration
Evolis has launched the ZENIUS card printer, offering a singlesided colour printer that is compact, modular and easy-to-use
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Calendar of Events:

Anixter Showcase June 22, 2011 Vancouver Convention Centre Vancouver, B.C.

Security Canada Atlantic Sept. 14, 2011 Holiday Inn Halifax Harbourview Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

ASSA ABLOY Intelligent Openings RV Sept. 19, 2011 9:00 am to 11:00 am Honeywell, Unionville, ON

ASSA ABLOY Intelligent Openings RV Sept. 19, 2011 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Anixter, Mississauga, ON

ASSA ABLOY Intelligent Openings RV Sept. 22, 2011 9:00 am to 4:00 pm U of T, Toronto, ON

Security Canada Central Oct. 19-20, 2011 Toronto Congress Centre Toronto, Ont

Check out the Calendar of Events on the Canadian Security website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

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