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PTI Updates StorLogix Cloud Access-Control Software for Self-Storage

PTI Security Systems, a provider of self-storage security technology including software, keypads, door alarms and smart locks, has updated its StorLogix Cloud access-control software, which allows facility operators to remotely control and monitor their sites from any Internet-connected device. The upgrade offers heightened security features, advanced reporting, custom hierarchies and improvements to the user interface, according to a press release.

“Our latest release of StorLogix Cloud comes at a crucial time of uncertainty and conservative budgets, where many self-storage operations are looking to modernize their security strategy without the need for any hardware replacement,” said Thomas Brooks, managing director.

The software also allows self-storage operators to leverage PTI’s EasyCode and StorLogix Mobile apps, according to Nathan Davenport, product manager. EasyCode allows tenants to open gates and doors and view their own access activity from their mobile device. StorLogix Mobile allows facility operators to view, control and interact with their StorLogix and FalconXT access-control systems from anywhere.

PTI offers the FalconXT and StorLogix Cloud access-control systems; Apex, DigiGate and VP keypads; wireless and wired door alarms; DoorBoss electronic smart locks; and the EasyCode and StorLogix mobile apps. The company has installed more than 40,000 security systems in 30-plus countries, the release stated. It operates through two U.S. locations as well as distributors in Asia, Australia and Europe.

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