Posts Tagged security

TIG welding – bad news for smart card door entry systems?

Leading defence contractor BAE Systems Maritime – Submarines recently experienced a frustrating issue whereby certain workers reported their ‘contactless’ ID smart cards had stopped functioning after being in the proximity of TIG welding operations; resulting in denied access to various sectors of a secure facility in England.

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TIG welding – bad news for contactless door entry systems? (PDF 39KB)

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Introducing – Quiet Rooms!

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Silence is golden, or so the saying goes.

But in a world where corporate espionage and phone hacking are commonplace a space that’s shielded from electronic eavesdropping is arguably worth more than its weight in gold.

Quiet Rooms are just that – secure areas within your office or home where signals from mobile phone or electronic surveillance devices cannot penetrate. Built into the actual fabric of the building (normally at the construction stage), we offer low-impact solutions for those that really value their privacy. Outstanding performance with minimum intrusion our Quiet Rooms are a synthesis of functionality, cutting-edge technology and design excellence.

Download the Quiet Rooms promotional brochure (PDF 1.2MB)

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