Security systems and software company Viscount Systems has received orders to provide security units to additional facilities owned by the British Columbia Government. Per the agreement, Viscount will install new and/or upgrade existing units of its Freedom Encryption Bridge access control system along with MESH touch screen intercom panels as part of an ongoing deployment of more than 100 facilities.
"We are pleased to see existing clients continue their rollouts of Viscount technology," Stephen Pineau, CEO of Viscount stated in the press release. "Much of our Freedom revenue for 2012 is related to initial and pilot systems that are now being expanded. As we continue to accumulate new clients we anticipate strong growth for the balance of 2013."
Viscount's Freedom system allows entry devices such as IC cards, RFID readers, and biometrics to be integrated with standard building IT networks without requiring costly control panels associated with traditional systems.
Freedom uses existing logical IT security software (LDAP) to replace both the control panel component and the software component of traditional systems, resulting in cost reduction of up to 80 percent.
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