IDL entrance control turnstiles are installed in a wide variety of environments, and we work with a number of preferred integrators whose knowledge of their specialist environment serves them, us and the customer well as it gives us the valuable insight into the specific requirements of their sector which ensures that we are able to […]
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As part of ongoing improvements to the library facilities at Durham University, Telepen have installed new IDL Fastlane Glasswing gates in the main entrance to the Bill Bryson Library. The University has chosen Fastlane Glasswing gates from Integrated Design Ltd., supplied and installed by Telepen and linked to their existing Sentry Access Control System. Fastlane […]
East Riding Leisure have just completed a £1.2 million improvement to their Leisure Centre in Beverley with the opening of a new purpose-built state of the art Tone Zone health and fitness suite. One of 10 leisure facilities across the county, the new Tone Zone at Beverley boasts an extensive range of high tech resistance […]
Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Lincoln Castle has been newly fortified with a turnstile Access Control System from Telepen. Part of a 5 year restoration project called Lincoln Castle Revealed, it is now possible to walk the circumference of the wall, but only after being authenticated by Sentry Access Control software. Access is […]
Telepen are pleased to announce the completion of the installation of the Sentry Access Control System at the University of Limerick’s Glucksman Library. The installation utilises the IDL Glasswing Access Control Gates and is the first installation of Sentry in Western Ireland. To read more about our Access Control System, click here.
The University of Bradford has extended their Sentry Access Control into the School of Management Library with the installation of new IDL Fastlane 400MA turnstiles, with new graphic displays and “traffic lights” to guide students. Linked to the Sentry system in the University’s main J. B. Priestley Library, the system allows staff to manage the […]
We are delighted to announce the University of Plymouth have become the latest University to adopt Sentry for their library access control system. Up to 8,000 visits per day will be controlled through existing lanes which will be enhanced with Sentry card readers and graphics displays. A Temporary Card Kiosk will be installed to cope […]
Following our Sentry User Group on Tuesday 13th May at 170 Queen’s Gate, Imperial College, we are pleased to announce that we have now begun to analyse the feedback in order to employ it in the continuing development of our Sentry Access Control software range. The event was a huge success, with Sentry users from […]
Jack Green has won the 2014 University of Manchester’s Eureka! Library Innovation Challenge. His name was announced by University Librarian Jan Wilkinson following an enthralling afternoon’s contest, hosted by performer Phill Jupitus at the Contact Theatre, which saw keen competition among the six finalists. Jack was presented with a cheque for £1,000 part of the […]
Telepen is pleased to announce that it is collaborating with the University of Manchester to develop a system to manage study space. This idea was the winning suggestion in the Eureka Library Innovation Challenge launched in 2013 as a way for students to present their ideas for improving The University of Manchester Library and its […]