[hackerspaces] RFC: security alarm and access control systems in use
altin.ukshini at gmail.com
Thu Sep 17 13:04:17 CEST 2015
We've recently put this in function:
It's an access control and check in system (2 in 1) based in ACON (from
Hope it helps someone, as I think it's well documented.
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On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 7:25 AM, Torrie Fischer <tdfischer at hackerbots.net>
> for years and years and years and years, Noisebridge got along just fine
> without access control. Pretty much everyone on the planet has a key by
> Having said that, we use this now:
> On Monday, June 15, 2015 08:47:37 PM Brett Dikeman wrote:
> > A hackerspace I belong to has probably hit the point of needing an alarm
> > and access control system. I'm wondering what good solutions have been
> > created - what the "state of the art" is in hackerspace security these
> > https://wiki.hackerspaces.org/Doorlock
> > It'd be awesome if that were updated with any new projects - and if some
> > the existing writeups could be updated or better documented; a number of
> > them say "this writeup needs to get updated" or the writeup is super
> > sparse. This is a very common and basic need, so more info/guidance would
> > be very beneficial. Not just what people have made, but tradeoffs,
> > learned, mistakes made, etc.
> > Also: why do so many of these hackerspace access control systems use
> RFID /
> > proximity cards? Hackerspace people are among the most likely to know how
> > laughable security is with them, yet so many hackerspaces use them?
> > It's...weird.
> > -B
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