The Forgotten Component of Electronic Access Control
When the topic of EAC (Electronic Access Control) is discussed, we all draw our attention to the latest controllers, software and features. Often times, the forgotten component is the mechanical or electromechanical component that physically secures the door. We will discuss the infrastructure and components of an EAC system and focus on the locking component and options that connect to the EAC system.
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DATE: August 12, 2020
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Chad Lingafelt - is the managing partner of Loc-Doc Security.
In 2004, after switching careers from Radio Broadcasting, Chad took a chance on an opportunity in a new industry as a trainee technician with Loc-Doc, Inc. Over time, he developed a cloud based work order and customer management system that cultivated a rapid growing environment at Loc-Doc.
In 2012, after developing an operational structure, Chad entered into Partnership and has led and grown Loc-Doc to a team of 38. His ideas and vision set the course we are on now of expansion! He continues to help his teammates develop and succeed independently in their roles with 1 on 1 mentoring and training sessions.
Since 2014, Chad has documented growing pains, inner workings of our structure, and how to develop a culture of teamwork with videos distributed on YouTube so other entrepreneurs could learn through his experiences. This desire to help others continues with personal consulting and mentoring of other business leaders.
In 2018 he crafted & implemented our Core Values to be a guide for our team’s operation, started the Coffee Break Podcast, & launched local service in Greenville, SC.
Loc-Doc Security is now known for its innovative infrastructure and precise ability to implement new products and solutions. The company now maintains a growing Locksmith and Door division, the rapidly growing Electronic Security division, and The Lab, a Digital Content Creation and Software Development division.
The ASSA ABLOY Group is the global leader in access solutions. Every day, we help billions of people experience a more open world. ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions leads the development within door openings and products for access solutions in homes, businesses and institutions. Our offering includes doors, door and window hardware, mechanical and smart locks, access control and service.
ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions combines the expertise of the industry’s most knowledgeable door opening experts with the comprehensive product offering of leading door and hardware brands to provide complete solutions to partners and end-users in commercial, retail, multi-family, government and institutional facilities. Coupling innovative technologies with insight on specifications, design, support, training and code compliance, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions works closely with the architectural, security, facilities and integrator communities to address the many challenges they encounter serving and securing their customers. www.assaabloydss.com, www.intelligentopenings.com
Brivo Inc. provides a cloud-based access control and video surveillance products for physical security and internet of things applications. The company was founded in 1999, and three years later introduced a cloud-based access control to the physical security market. The physical access control system works with door card readers and similar devices, and locks or unlock things once a person has been authenticated. Brivo released the ACS5000 access control system in 2005, with Ethernet and GSM cellular connectivity options. In 2007, Brivo introduced its XML application programming interface (API). In 2017, Brivo introduced the availability of two new door access controllers, the ACS6000 and the ACS300, to complement its existing product lines, as well as integration with the Authentic Mercury open platform. Brivo introduced its IP door controller (IPDC) in 2011, an Ethernet access control panel in a compact form factor, with power over ethernet and FIPS 140-2 validated encryption. IPDC used standard network cabling to the door.
Gartner named Brivo a “Cool Vendor in Identity and Access Management" for 2014. In the same year, Brivo also released its Social Access Management API. www.brivo.com
Duration: 1 Hour