BSI2000 Acquires Rights to Market Homeland Security Product for Access Control

Wednesday 1 December 2004 21:04 CET | News

BSI2000 has acquired the rights to market an enhanced version of a widely-used entry access control system under its own name to the homeland security markets.

The new enhanced product now available from BSI2000 is SECURUS2000, which marries the security of Denver-based DPI Internationals well-established Maxx-Net product with BSI2000s secure optical card top-layer. Maxx-Net has been on the market for several years and has a large installed base. Large government installations using the Maxx-Net technology include the Denver International Airport, where the system controls and monitors access to approximately 2,000 doors, elevators and access points. Other installations include the Anchorage International Airport, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Federal Reserve, INS detention centers, Sterling Correctional Facility, San Francisco Water Management, St. Thomas/St. Croix Airports, Riverside Justice Center, Missoula Detention Center, Rocky Mountain National Park, Walker Field/Grand Junction, Vail Colorado Airport and others. Commercial installations include Kmart headquarters, Papa Johns headquarters, Network Access Point/Miami and others.

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