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03/03/2004

New Sensing Technology for Optical Turnstiles to be Developed By Designed Security Inc. and Newton Security

 

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Designed Security Inc (DSI)

Bastrop, TX and Seattle WA (February 24, 2004)- Designed Security Inc. (DSI), a leading manufacturer and provider of access management solutions, and Newton Security Inc., the global leader in the supply of machine vision single person detection systems, announced today an exclusive development agreement which will change the face of traditional Optical Turnstiles. Under this agreement Newton will modify its patent pending T-DAR® 3-D stereo camera tailgate and piggybacking technology to integrate with DSI’s Optical Turnstile product line.

“The new DSI Optical Turnstile system using overhead 3-D camera sensing will be designed to take powerful T-DAR tailgate detection and recording technology and combine it with proven DSI Optical Turnstiles to create the most foolproof system in the industry,” said DSI Vice President and Operations Manager Mark Crandall. “We are very pleased to have Newton Security, the world leader in machine vision tailgate detection, as our partner and I anticipate that our product fitted with T-DAR technology will revolutionize the Optical Turnstile market.” 

 

This new DSI Optical Turnstile, designed to be used in public and private lobby entry control applications, will improve tailgating and piggybacking detection while allowing for traditionally troublesome items like carts and luggage to pass through undetected. In addition, for the first time it will be possible to allow handicap access though Optical Turnstiles with full tailgate/piggybacking prevention. The agreement with Newton allows DSI to be the exclusive manufacturer and supplier of Optical Turnstiles with T-DAR technology in North America.

“We are very excited to be able to team up with DSI and to be able to combine our world leading technology with their state-of-the-art Optical Turnstiles,” said John W. Bramblet, President and CEO of Newton Security. “This new Optical Turnstile will be able to provide positive tailgate and piggyback detection even with the presence of luggage, carts and wheelchairs, thus makings its performance head and shoulders above any current Optical Turnstile.”

Since 1982, Bastrop, TX-based Designed Security Inc. (DSI) has been developing, engineering, and manufacturing custom and standard state-of-the-art, architecturally-styled access management products for the corporate, commercial, industrial, and government marketplace. DSI products include optical and mechanical turnstiles, door alarms, annunciators, pushbuttons, key switches, and tailgate detection, and mantrap systems.

 

A primary component of DSI’s business philosophy is to provide customers with comprehensive engineering and technical support for all DSI products. DSI believes that effective communication and technical assistance during product evaluation, as well as after the sale, have substantially contributed to product acceptance, enhancements, and customer satisfaction.

 

DSI security products are marketed, distributed, and supported by a national and international security system integrator network. DSI is a wholly owned subsidiary of the DETEX Corporation. Visit www.dsigo.com for more information about DSI.

Seattle-based Newton Security Inc. is a privately held provider of high technology solutions to address today’s security needs. The company develops and markets high-performance computer driven answers to difficult security problems. Newton Security’s products are designed to allow the quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness of computer technology to replace the human element in security applications where the tedious nature of the job, and the high cost of personnel, makes it difficult to maintain the necessary effectiveness of today’s security requirements. Newton Security is the world leader in machine vision single person detection. Additional information about Newton Security may be found at http://www.newtonsecurityinc.com

 

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