For several years now, Hofstra University has been using Boon Edam’s Tomsed full height turnstiles
along with a card swipe access control system to control and monitor the access of students and
guests into residential halls and compounds.
The ‘green hype’ has produced a number of responsible products in the past
couple of years. But long before that, in the late 1900s there was the revolving door: green whether it liked
it or not. The Dutch ‘mini-multinational’ Royal Boon Edam was a pioneer in 1903 and is now the world market leader.
Chairman Niels Huber (39) comments on corporate responsibility as a marketing trick and taking a look at the entire
One can only imagine the first resourceful caveman who probably rolled a huge heavy boulder
in front of his cave entrance at night to protect his family and keep out unwanted intruders. Since that day,
entrance control has come a long way.