AMAG Technology joins cadre of leading TagMaster-compatible access control systems

Tacoma, Washington | October 4, 2010 - TagMaster North America, Inc., the leading provider of long-range and high-performance Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems for Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) is proud to announce that AMAG Technology has successfully conducted testing of TagMaster LR-series Long-range Readers with its Symmetry door controllers, joining a growing cadre of market leading TagMaster-compatible access control systems.
Test results affirm compatibility of the TagMaster LR-6 Reader with AMAGs family of proximity readers and door controllers (including the Symmetry EN-1DBC Power over Ethernet one door controller, a ground breaking IP-based access control solution), two product lines among several that comprise the Symmetry Security Management Solution, a unified building security solution. The reliable performance and long-range capability of the LR-6 Reader (up to 40 feet, exceeding product sheet specs) was also confirmed with high confidence levels. Additionally, the ability to gain building access and parking access through the use of only one card the TagMaster S1260 CombiTag was put to the test, using AMAGs proximity readers, and handily met expectations.

Using next-generation TagMaster RFID technology, in tandem with AMAG Technologys innovative line of door controllers, vehicles gain fast and convenient parking access, completely hands-free, without causing the driver to stop, open the car window, fumble to search for the card and position the card in a specific direction relative to the reader.

TagMaster NA continues to provide more options for system integrators, OEMs and end-customers alike to benefit from next-generation RFID AVI and people access solutions.

About AMAG Technology

AMAG Technologys Symmetry Security Management and Video Solutions can be found in a wide spectrum of markets: government, commercial, education, transportation, healthcare, utilities and banking. Based out of Torrance, California with sales and support located throughout the US, AMAG sells its Symmetry Product Portfolio of access control and network video systems through its Symmetry Authorized Resellers throughout North America. AMAG Technology is part of G4S Technology, a leading manufacturer of scalable, integrated security management systems headquartered in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. AMAG Technology has been at the leading edge of access control technology for over 30 years.

About TagMaster North America, Inc.

TagMaster North America is the leading provider of long-range and high-performance Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems for Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), serving the marketplace through its wide network of system integrators and OEMs. Its diverse family of readers and tags offers maximum flexibility and versatility. Using 2.45 GHz semi-passive technology, TagMaster RFID systems increase efficiency, security, and convenience while decreasing environmental impact. With over 4,000 installations worldwide, TagMaster is the most experienced provider of RFID solutions in parking and rail bound transportation. Reliable performance, convenience, seamless integration, next-generation technology and excellent customer support are TagMaster North Americas distinct hallmarks. AVI solutions can be further customized through the companys information services.
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