Trident Security Devices

TSD Security Bollard

Trident Security Devices’ TSD Security Bollard, K12 model, is in compliance with the ATSM standard as a L3/K12 Retractable Security Bollard, without exception or limitation. The recent crash test was completed using a single bollard, rather than a three-bollard setup, which is the usual testing method. When multiple TSD bollards are installed in a line, each individual bollard, or any combination, can be programmed to operate separately from the others as opposed to the existing method of one drive unit for the entire line.

    • Understanding Access Control Understanding Access Control

      In this episode, Jason Bohrer, the executive director of the Secure Technology Alliance, discusses the access control vertical and technology from the Alliance’s point of view. The Secure Technology Alliance is the digital security industry’s premier association. It exists as a neutral forum that brings together leading providers and adopters of end-to-end security solutions designed to protect privacy and digital assets in a variety of vertical markets. Now, with new areas such as IoT, the Alliance uses its proven processes to provide technology providers and adopters with the insights they need to build security in at the point of development and implementation.

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    • Security Today Magazine - November December 2021

      November / December 2021

      Featuring:

      • Navigating System Integration
      • Protecting Premises and People
      • Cashing in Your VMS System
      • Encryption and Compliance
      • Security Breach at 38,000 Feet

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