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  • Sitting Down with Southco and The LIFT-A-SYST® Series

    Sitting Down with Southco and The LIFT-A-SYST® Series

    An interview with Lou Mintzer, Southco's Business Development Manager for CounterBalance Solutions for Woodworking Network.

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  • Counterbalance Technology Lightens the Design Load

    Counterbalance Technology Lightens the Design Load

    For applications where operators are routinely opening and closing heavy doors, counterbalance technology can help reduce fatigue and improve operator efficiency.

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  • Countering the Growing Threat of Human Error and Physical Security Breaches

    Countering the Growing Threat of Human Error and Physical Security Breaches

    Electronic access solutions combine access control and monitoring functionality with intuitive installation, and allow data centers to enhance the physical security of stored data.

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  •  Bluetooth Solutions for Wireless Credential Management and Audit Trail

    Bluetooth Solutions for Wireless Credential Management and Audit Trail

    There are two options for providing access to equipment with Bluetooth lock controllers: by using a smartphone directly, or with existing RFID access credentials.

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  • Why the Quarter-Turn Fastener Turns Heads In Automotive Design

    Why the Quarter-Turn Fastener Turns Heads In Automotive Design

    Quarter-turn fasteners can lower installation costs, while facilitating quick repeatable access to critical vehicle components during service.

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  • Solving Aircraft Interior Design Challenges with Standardized Mechanisms

    Solving Aircraft Interior Design Challenges with Standardized Mechanisms

    Using standardized access hardware solutions allow weight to be conserved across aircraft interior applications while ensuring reliable operation of passenger touch points.

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  • Cab-free Design Implications

    Cab-free Design Implications

    How designers can prepare for the shift to more autonomous operation of off-highway equipment.

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  • How Electronic Access Security Can Stop Criminals From Hitting the Jackpot

    How Electronic Access Security Can Stop Criminals From Hitting the Jackpot

    The physical security of the ATM computer is more critical than ever before in the fight against ‘jackpotting’, a physical attack on the ATM top box to access the ATM computer located inside.

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  • Avoiding Costly Penalties and Loss by Securing Datacenters at the Rack Level

    Avoiding Costly Penalties and Loss by Securing Datacenters at the Rack Level

    Electronic access solutions (EAS) allow datacenter managers to easily incorporate intelligent locking throughout the facility – from its perimeter down to its servers.

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  • Integrating Physical Security at the Rack Level Inside the Data Center

    Integrating Physical Security at the Rack Level Inside the Data Center

    When combined with a building’s existing security system, rack level electronic locks create one cohesive security network can be used across the data center to control access.

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  • Are You Sitting Comfortably?

    Are You Sitting Comfortably?

    Constant torque hinging solutions enable rail operators to improve seating and promote a highly ergonomic passenger comfort zone.

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  • Designing Enterprise Server Hardware to Protect the Physical Side of the Internet

    Designing Enterprise Server Hardware to Protect the Physical Side of the Internet

    By specifying enterprise hardware engineered with quality materials, engineers can prevent service issues and downtime, while keeping data safe and secure.

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  • Locking into the Future: Electronic Access for Medical Equipment

    Locking into the Future: Electronic Access for Medical Equipment

    Incorporating electromechanical locks into medical enclosure design is key to delivering an end product that delivers convenience, usability and above all, security.

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  • Monitoring and Protecting Retail Assets with Intelligent Electronic Locks

    Monitoring and Protecting Retail Assets with Intelligent Electronic Locks

    Retailers can increase the physical security of high value items by retrofitting their existing display cases and cabinets with electronic locking mechanisms.

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  • Transitioning From Mechanical to Electronic Locking Devices

    Transitioning From Mechanical to Electronic Locking Devices

    Engineers can simplify the transition from mechanical lock and key configurations to electronic access technology by integrating the appropriate Electronic Access Solution (EAS) into the application.

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  • Bluetooth Technology: the “Key” to Effective Time-Based Access to Data Centers

    Bluetooth Technology: the “Key” to Effective Time-Based Access to Data Centers

    When connected with cloud-based applications, Bluetooth-enabled devices – like the common smartphone – can be used as a key.

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  • Electronic Access Solutions – Design Considerations for Your Data Center

    Electronic Access Solutions – Design Considerations for Your Data Center

    If the data center grounds, lobby and individual server rooms are securely locked, the same level of security should be extended down to the rack level.

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  • Benefits of Quick-Release Latching for Escape Doors and Hatches

    Benefits of Quick-Release Latching for Escape Doors and Hatches

    Quick-release latches allow existing off-highway vehicle cab doors to be used as an emergency egress point.

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  •  Increasing Last Mile Delivery Security and Intelligence

    Increasing Last Mile Delivery Security and Intelligence

    Improved locker security can benefit all parties in the supply chain, resulting in greater customer satisfaction, improved first time delivery rate and reduction in the cost of the last mile.

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  • Securing Medical Equipment In the 21st Century

    Securing Medical Equipment In the 21st Century

    Electronic locking solutions can be used to secure medical storage equipment such as charting stations, dispensing carts and cabinets.

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