Automatic Systems, a manufacturer of pedestrian and vehicle entrance control access systems, introduces its newly updated FirstLane speedgate to its range of pedestrian turnstiles and vehicle barriers.
The FirstLane double swing door security entrance lane offers a high bidirectional throughput. Equipped with high processing capacity and an exclusive detection system, the FirstLane prevents unauthorized entries and provides end users with accurate user tracking records. A modular speedgate, FirstLane can be installed in either a single or a multi-lane array and can also be combined with standard lanes and wide lanes within the same array. Its new dynamic pictogram offers more intuitive information, according to the company.
Automatic Systems is debuting the FirstLane at GSX 2021, Booth 1833, at the Orlando Convention Center Sept. 27-29.
In addition, Automatic Systems will be demonstrating the new contactless Idemia integrations with its SlimLane glass optical barrier speedgate. Among these integrations is Vision Pass facial recognition, which enable users a touchless entry through the SlimLane turnstile, and the Morpho Wave frictionless biometric reader, which offers a quick, contactless entry suited for high-traffic, highly-secure entry.
Automatic Systems BLG76 rising fenced barrier which was recently certified ETL to UL325 standards, will also be in booth 1833. This automatic vehicle gate helps control both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. The gate’s small footprint and rapid opening and closing speed make it a solution for perimeters requiring a high throughput while maintaining an increased level of security.
“We at Automatic Systems are very proud to showcase our latest product introductions and integrations at GSX,” says David Enderle, VP Sales for Automatic Systems, in a statement.
“Following the strict safety protocols such as face masks, social distancing and frequent cleaning, we look forward to reuniting face-to-face with the show’s attendees as well as interacting with those who will be attending GSX virtually.”
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