Vehicle barrier system control protects entry and collects system data
St. Michael, MN, March 15, 2016 – CINCH systems, Inc. is pleased to announce a U.S. Patent* award for the Rampart VBS (Vehicle Barrier System) controls with data collection functionality.
The Rampart VBS is a high-security control and data (event) logging system for precise vehicle barrier/bollard and door/security gate management. The Rampart VBS utilizes patented End-To-End AES Encryption for secure system communication with a memory capacity to log and store 233 million entry/exit events—delivering reliable, split-second barrier activation with forensic data.
“Vehicle barriers and bollards are used to control vehicle access to the perimeter of a high profile facility. When a barrier/bollard is deployed to prevent entry or exit, it will stop and render a suspect vehicle completely inoperable. The Rampart VBS control system is designed to fit the demand for high security in both retrofit and new installations,” says Joel Christianson, CEO, CINCH systems, Inc. “The Rampart VBS is a microprocessor control with distinct advantages over PLC controls, including: better input and output protection for longer life, reduced labor costs, lower equipment costs and easy system upgrades with no custom programming necessary. Rampart records and stores up to 233 million events [actions and movements], something PLC controls do not offer,”adds Christianson.
* United States Patent Number: 9,286,799
About CINCH™ systems, Inc.
CINCH systems, Inc. is a leading supplier of patented, high security and life safety technologies with offices based in St. Michael, Minn. CINCH systems offers the industry's leading-edge high security product portfolios including:
- Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
- Vehicle Barrier Systems (VBS) Controls
Door and Security Gate Controls
CINCH systems products provide complete patented, AES Encryption End-To-End, secure fiber conversion, and the easiest to use touch screen interface in the security industry. Products are used to protect people and property across a wide-range of facilities for U.S. Government Agencies and Military facilities, SCIFs–Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities, Law Enforcement, and Commercial Faculties. For more information call: (763) 497-1059 or email: [email protected]