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Count Me In, LLC, has developed Door Monitor, an affordable access control system that secures doors and allows access only to preauthorized individuals at specified times. Through the use of biometric technology, this PC-based system combines the company's state-of-the-art LightningID fingerprint identification engine with ease of use. With two taps of a finger, it authenticates, identifies, and unlocks the door for recognized individuals. The Door Monitor system includes the base system for one door, fingerprint sensor, software, and introductory support.


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Title Annotation:focus on SAFETY
Publication:Nursing Homes
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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