BALTIMORE, MD, February 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Entry-Master LLC announced today the successful installation of a full security system in the newly built Owings Mills Learning Center (OMLC). The OMLC is a multi-purpose facility with the newest branch of the Baltimore County Public Library on the first two floors and remainder of the facility occupied by Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC).
"This was an extensive project with over 50 doors and around 90 CCTV cameras," said Mike Armetta, Director of Operations for Entry-Master, LLC. "This was our third facility to secure for CCBC," continued Armetta, "but due to the multi-purpose nature of this building, having our robust System V security was essential. Our system has been running in this facility for eight months now with very few difficulties."
The Entry-Master System V security system includes keyless entry door control, security camera and DVR for viewing live or recorded video of access points, alarm and entry point control using the live facility mapping capabilities. System V can be accessed by an authorized user through a PC station or with a mobile device.
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About Entry-Master, LLC
Since 1988, Entry-Master, LLC has successfully provided security to some of the most prestigious medical, banking, government and academic institutions. The EMC-64 controller series features Entry-Master System V Web-based software with built-in networking, IP cameras, and Internet capabilities, requiring no additional software to be installed on the workstations. The Entry-Master Management System can provide scalable solutions for every security need, no matter the size or budget. Learn more about Entry-Master on the company web site: http://www.entry-master.com/index.php?source=pr-2014-02
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