Where Is Wireless Access Control?

The providers are out there, and their solutions aren’t as limited as you may think.


Want It? Ask for It!

Wireless Access Control is alive and thriving. In the right application it may even be the most cost-effective solution. With the rising cost of labor and shortage of skilled technicians, wireless access control will likely become the solution of choice.

I asked Isonas' Burkley if the major access control manufacturers would move into the wireless market. He replied, “When the end users demand it, then the major companies will be forced to do so.”


Lionel Silverman, PE, is vice president of business development for Facility Robotics Inc., a nationwide system integrator specializing in building automation and security systems for larger multi-location and prestigious clients. He is a member of IEEE and ASIS.