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Hanwha Techwin Introduces Licence-free Occupancy Monitoring Solution

Assisting businesses to implement social distancing rules Help is immediately on hand for businesses who are urgently seeking to safely re-open their doors following the easing of COVID-19 related restrictions. Hanwha Techwin’s licence-free Occupancy Monitoring application provides retailers, places of worship and museums, as well as leisure facilities, pubs, clubs and restaurants, with highly accurate…

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CDVI Helps Businesses Get Back to Work with Touchless Solutions

CDVI, a leading global access control manufacturer, is helping businesses make their premises safer and more hygienic to control the spread of COVID-19.  Doorways and entrances are some of the highest-risk locations for virus transmission in a workplace, with high levels of traffic and often multiple shared surfaces. CDVI’s door automation solutions and touchless product…

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PAC & GDX Announce Details of a New Series of Online Technical Training Tutorials

PAC & GDX, the leading providers of access control and door entry solutions, have announced details of a new series of eight free to attend online technical training tutorials. Electronic Security Fundamentals begins on 28th May and will be hosted by renowned industry expert and PAC & GDX technical trainer, Joe Cieszynski. The sessions aim…

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Public urged to safeguard homes during lockdown

Boundary, the smart home security specialist, has urged the public to take simple but effective measures to protect their property during the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest figures according to the Scottish Government and the Office for National Statistics show that between 2018 – 2019, there were 13,777 thefts by housebreaking in Scotland, equating to 37…

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Abloy launches the Keyvolution with Digital Padlocks

Just launched, the new Abloy® BEAT locking solution includes a digital key, a mobile app and an IP68-rated, weatherproof Bluetooth padlock. The future-proof solution is designed to boost operational efficiency while securing critical infrastructure, commercial institutions and industry sites. Abloy BEAT is managed with the visual Abloy® OS user interface. Abloy UK unveils its innovation…

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King Solutions trade counter to re-open

As you may know, King Solutions have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Today they are pleased to announce that their trade counter will re-open from Monday 20th to Friday 24th April from 9am to 12pm. As of Monday 27th April they anticipate full opening hours (Mon – Fri) on the trade counter as…

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Safe phased return to work announced by UAP Group

UAP Group today announced a phased return to work starting on Monday 20 April for all Group products including UAP, Fullex, Locking Systems, Intelligent Hardware and TradeLocks. CEO, David Jennings, said: “We are aware that several of our customers have started a phased return to work, and it is important that we offer a service…

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Davenport Burgess announce limited opening

Davenport Burgess have today announced that from Monday 20th April, they have taken the decision to open operations on a reduced scale for customers who are still operating around the country in order to support key workers and those who require their products. While they will continue to keep the large majority of our team…

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Don’t panic: ARRONE launches new emergency exit handle

A new lever operated outside access device has been launched that allows emergency exit doors in commercial buildings to also become entrance doors without compromising the security of the property. In many cases, doors that are part of the emergency exit route could also be used as entrances into a building, but the hardware requirements…

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Coronavirus: furloughed workers and what it means for business

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is designed to help businesses that would otherwise be forced to lay off staff in the face of the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19. All businesses with a PAYE scheme in place on 28 February 2020, regardless of size or sector, will be able to benefit from the scheme with…

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