MSSI: Construction Complete on the Prototype of the patented MAC Safe-T-Check™
As you may know from previous Turnstile Blog posts, Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) has been working around the clock to design, engineer, and manufacture the all new MAC Safe-T-Check™. Conceptualized to include all the makings of the original MAC Portal (turnstiles and access control in a shipping container), the MAC Safe-T-Check™ has the added feature of thermal screening technology. The prototype for the unit is complete and already on its way to Charleston, SC for testing by the Department of Homeland Security, the US Army, and the Navy.
Conceptualized with the same emphasis on innovation that brought you the patented MAC Portal, the MAC Safe-T-Check™ combines the portability of shipping container modification with turnstiles, access control technology, and automated thermal screening detection devices to ensure workers entering a jobsite are 1) healthy and ready to work, and 2) have the proper security clearance to enter the site.
As part of the design process, MSSI created a 3-D interactive model of the MAC Safe-T-Check™. The model is annotated with descriptors of the various features included in the 10' version of the unit.
Features annotated on the model include 1) the heart of any patented MAC Portal, the turnstile; 2) thermal screening; 3) position markings for users; 4) HVAC details; 5) entry door details; 6) "sick" exit door details; 7) power connection information; 8) "healthy" exit door details.
The MAC Safe-T-Check™ is covered by US Patent No.10,626,629 B2 with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc., the Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal, and the new MAC Safe-T-Check, CONTACT US HERE or call us toll free at 740.532.7822.
About Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI)
Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) is an Ohio-based intellectual properties holding company that specializes in engineering, designing, and manufacturing unique portable perimeter security solutions out of ISO shipping container modifications, turnstiles, and access control technology. The company currently holds patents in the United States, Canada, Algeria, Nigeria, Egypt and the European Union.