October 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Oct2004, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
This article reports on various business related developments. Viscount Systems of Burnaby, British Columbia, has received MESH orders to secure a number of upscale projects in Boston. The MESH systems will be installed by Viscount Integrator Alarmex Inc., of Topsfield, Massachusetts. HID Corp., Irvine, California, now ships its proximity access control cards in as little as 48 hours. The Priority Prox service applies to order quantities between 100 and 300 cards. The service is free of charge to all HID direct customers in North America. Manchester, New Hampshire.-based AssureTec's AssurelD document-authentication system has been deployed by contractor Unisys at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. This system provides frequent travelers with an expedited, yet highly secure screening experience.


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