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Tyco Security Products Boosts Portfolio with Nedap Identification Systems Vehicle/Driver Identification Readers
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HEATHROW, UK. 26 May, 2016 –– Tyco Security Products introduces the integration of Nedap Identification Systems vehicle and driver identification technology with the C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution, part of Tyco Security Products’ complete physical access control solution. 

When integrated with the C•CURE 9000 security and event management solution, Nedap identification readers can identify vehicles and/or people from long-range distances, making the readers ideal for parking access applications, managing logistics and for weighing installations and mining safety applications. Nedap Identification Systems ensure that only vehicles with authorized drivers can access restricted areas while keeping traffic moving through access gates. Vehicles and their operators can be authorized for entry while their vehicles are still moving, and can be identified by the readers through closed windows, increasing passenger safety and overall efficiency.

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The C•CURE 9000-integrated Nedap Identification Systems uses UHF tags that can be deployed as passive, battery-operated tags. The UHF tags can be read from distances up to 33 feet and use a circular polarized antenna to provide freedom of tag placement and orientation. Nedap Identification System's license plate reader automatically reads number license plates and uses an all-in-one camera, analyzer and IR illuminator. The reader is embedded with onboard processing software that can be configured through a web interface and has a range of up to 19 feet. The Nedap Identification Systems reader supports a large range of IR-reflective license plates, including most European countries.

“The Nedap Identification Systems is an integral component in our intelligent physical access control portfolio,” said Rafael Schrijvers, Access Control Product Marketing Manager, EMEA, Tyco Security Products. “With the integration of Nedap Identification Systems with C•CURE 9000, we offer the most convenient and secure solution for identifying vehicles and persons entering and exiting your protected area.”

The Nedap Identification Systems readers feature easy installation and user set up and can be configured through a web interface.  An optional Wiegand Interface Module for the camera is also included.

For more information, visit Software House at www.swhouse.com.


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Software House security and event management systems are part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, the world’s largest pure-play fire protection and security company. Software House’s innovative C•CURE software portfolio combines with a suite of reliable controllers to provide the most powerful security and event management in the industry. Add an unsurpassed integration platform that allows customers to integrate seamlessly with critical business applications, and it’s easy to see why Software House solutions are ideal for security-critical applications. For more information about Software House products, visit
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About Tyco Security Products
Tyco Security Products and its leading brands conduct business in over 177 countries around the world, in multiple languages and employ over 2,800 employees globally, including research and development, marketing, manufacturing, sales, service and logistics teams in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific. Our products, built by developers from all product disciplines, consistently allow customers to see more, do more and save more across multiple industries and segments including healthcare, government, transportation, finance, retail, commercial and residential.  Worldwide, Tyco Security Products helps protect 42% of Fortune 500 companies, transportation systems on five continents, 37% of the world’s top 100 retailers, over two million commercial enterprises, thousands of students in more than 900 educational facilities and over five million private residences.

 

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