Case Studies

 

 

MegaFon - Russia

 

In 2004, Russian GSM provider MegaFon selected the NA1 access control system for its North West region, including the installation at their new headquarters in St Petersburg. The system, installed and maintained by leading Russian Security Company and netaccess Premier Dealer Staf Company in St Petersburg, comprises 600 readers networked over many sites and continues to grow.

 

 

 

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Limerick University - Ireland

A relationship with netaccess was first established in 1998 when Limerick University utilized the first version of the NA1 Image ID card module and, following its successful implementation, the NA1 student logon and access control modules. NA1 now controls access for the University’s 15,000+ students and staff.

 

 

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Merton Council - UK

 

In 2009, Merton Council selected the netaccess NA1 access control system to be installed in its Civic Centre and, subsequently, rolled out to other remote locations. The system comprises a large number of EVC, RRi and readers connected over the council’s network infrastructure, and it was installed by netaccess Premier Dealer SSD.

 

 

 

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US Military ESPG - Worldwide

 

In 2005, netaccess commenced a project with JCI for the US Army Corp of Engineers to develop and manufacture an enhanced security pedestrian gate 'sally port' for US Military and Government installations. The complete ESPG was developed in-house using the netaccess physical access mechanical technology and the NA1 EVC Trisys detection system to detect multi-person entry attempts. The ESPG is now deployed on both military and commercial installations globally.

 

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London Underground - UK

 

The netaccess NA1 system was deployed to control and monitor over 200 different locations, supporting the security requirements for several divisions of London Underground, including access control for telephone, server and equipment rooms, alarm monitoring for various duress and alarm systems, and ID card management for contractors.

 

 

 

 

 

 Sun Microsystems - Denver

Sun Microsystems division StorageTek selected the netaccess RFID-based NA1 ALS (automatic locker system) product to control the issue and workflow of specific customer storage devices. The NA1 ALS mode code workstation function was also selected to track specific actions and work items throughout the process.

 

 

 

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 Nationwide - UK

 

The world’s largest building society, Nationwide, commenced a pilot process to select an access control and RFID system as part of a larger smart buildings facilities project during 2005. netaccess Premier Dealer CASE Security won the project, and a netaccess NA1 System, together with netaccess gates, were installed.