Telepen Engineers have completed the installation of a new Lyngsoe Systems, Automated Material Handling Sorting System, at the University of Manchester main library. The University of Manchester is Britain’s largest single-site university and houses more than four million printed books. Their primary aim, with the procurement of a Book Sortation System, was to support the […]
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Telepen engineers have been busy this summer and have completed another self-service installation at The University of Salford. New FE Technologies Self-Service kiosks and Book Security Gates have been installed at the Library ready for the new school year. We welcome The University of Salford as new self-service customers. For more information , call Tel: […]
Having installed new Self-Service equipment at the Senate House Library in the Summer 2018 we decided to hold an open day event in order to show case and further discuss these products. A number of our current Access Control customers came along with a few new faces also in attendance. Telepen Sales Account Manager, Kevin […]
We recently attended the University of Salford’s Security in Education conference to exhibit our Access Control security gates and secure Room Booking solution. It was great to talk with so many of you about how we can help to protect our students and provide them with an environment where they feel safe. If you would […]
After a successful installation of new self-service and book sorting equipment at both the Sydney Jones and the Harold Cohen libraries we decided to host an open day in order to showcase these products to our current access control customers as well as potential new customers. Leading the event was Telepen’s Sales and Marketing Director […]
Canterbury College wanted to increase security on campus and help safeguard students and staff by installing access control turnstiles at the entrance to the colleges main teaching building. They contacted Telepen and after working closely with Kevin Sontag, Sales Account Manager at Telepen, they decided to place an order for Fastlane Glassgate 400s. Installation is […]
Telepen won three major tenders for self-service at the University of Liverpool, the University of Sheffield and the Senate House Library at the University of London over the last year and a half. We are delighted to announce that we have also this summer been appointed to the APUC framework for Library Security and Self-Service […]
Following an impressive €30m addition, The University of Limerick chose to reuse and relocate their existing Fastlane Glasswing turnstiles, moving them to the new entrance and adding an additional two lanes to manage increased numbers of library users. They once again chose Telepen to carry out these works. Click here to read the full article
Milton Keynes College completed a review of security across its campus and set up a working group to review options. The review considered historical evidence of incidents and the current measures of access control security and resulted in the decision to install barrier systems at the entry points to the three main campus buildings where […]
As part of the Durham University refurbishment to their Law extension, Telepen were delighted to work with Sendrig Construction in supplying and installing new IDL Fastlane Intelligate 300 access control gates. The University chose the Fastlane Intelligates for their extra wide lane widths and tall glass barrier heights. The Fastlane Intelligate 300 is a bi-directional, […]