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Entry-Master of Baltimore Successfully Installs New EMRI-3 System Boards at the Maryland State Police Golden Ring Barrack Facility

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Nationally known security system company upgrades system in a strategic police facility.

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BALTIMORE, MD, June 12, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Entry-Master LLC announced today the successful installation of a security system upgrade in the Maryland State Police Golden Ring Barrack Facility Crime Scene Evidence Room. The Maryland State Police has been a customer for over eight years using The Entry-Master System across the state. The Golden Ring Barrack houses officers 24 hours a day during their shifts where they are primarily responsible for traffic enforcement on all the interstate highways in Baltimore County (except the JFK Memorial Highway).

"Maryland State Police is one of our high profile customers and we take pride in providing them state-of-the-art security," said Mike Armetta, Director of Operations for Entry-Master, LLC. "We just completed an upgrade of their system in the Golden Ring Barrack which delivers more robust service and flexibility to expand their system quickly and in an affordable way."

The EMRI-3 is the third generation system control board which allows existing customers to expand their security system at a fraction of the cost. The EMRI-3 also makes a new security system more affordable for new customers with the following benefits:

- Security software comes fully installed
- The system works on ANY Operating System
- This is an IP based system
- Expansions to new facilities can be wireless
- The EMRI-3 boards are manufactured in the USA

"Introducing the EMRI-3 illustrates our commitment to continued development," said Kevin Baker, President and Chief Engineer of Entry-Master. "In the past three years we have introduced biometric integration, interactive facility mapping, electronic turnstiles and wireless capability. The importance of facility security is growing - we are committed to keep up with this demand."

Learn more about Entry-Master Offerings:
http://www.entry-master.com/electronic-security-turnstiles-baltimore. ... pr-2014-06

http://www.entry-master.com/perey-turnstiles-retrofit-baltimore.php?source=pr-2014-06

http://www.entry-master.com/access-control-security-systems-baltimore ... pr-2014-06

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, biometrics, interactive facility mapping and electronic turnstiles, 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.

Entry-Master is a registered trademark of Entry-Master, LLC. All rights reserved.

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