People and vehicle access control specialist Nortech has recently seen St James’ Market in central London update and improve access to its site using Nedap’s uPASS Target system. Supplied by Nortech, Nedap’s uPASS Target was installed Total Support Services, which was selected to supply the solution for long-range identification to its security gates at the market.
Total Support Services (TSS), which designs and engineers its own brand of security products and equipment, was able to use its 26 years of experience in specialised security products and services to provide a security and access system that fitted the client’s needs. TSS selected the uPASS Target as it is easy to integrate with any existing access control systems so users don’t need to get out of their vehicles to get into the development.
Guy Bulmer, Director at Total Security Services commented: “We use Nortech as they are our ‘go-to’ provider for access control and vehicle identification systems. We have had a great relationship with them for nearly 20 years, ever since we were asked to install a Norpass system for some clients, and it just went from there.
“We certainly recommend Nortech products to others and we are very happy with the end result achieved for the client. We have our core products that we use because they are easy to install and they just work. Any issues are dealt with in a helpful and friendly way by the tech guys and we always get a reliable system at the end of it.”
The uPASS Target is a robust solution for long-range identification of vehicles, people and rolling stock. It is ideal both for access control to gated sites and for close monitoring of traffic flow activities at industrial sites and logistic depots. Its plug-and-play features enable it to be installed in just a few simple steps, and its variety of industry-standard communication interfaces support seamless integration into any existing or new third party systems for access control, logistic operations, security and parking.