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At Intersec 2018, ASSA ABLOY is showcasing connected access control designed to protect these smart buildings of the future.
(Intersec 21st to 23rd January, stand No: SA-A34) OPTEX, the leading sensor manufacturer, will be demonstrating its multi-layered approach to protecting critical infrastructure – from the initial outer perimeter to the inner areas including detection of unauthorised access.
Central location offers faster and more efficient market access for Europe, Asia, America and Middle East.
Paxton, the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry solutions, recently supported the BBC’s DIY SOS team in their latest project to create a new, purpose-built support centre, with short term accommodation for young people living in and leaving the care system.
Paxton has opened a new state-of-the-art centre for technology and innovation alongside its current Brighton Head Office.
Paxton, the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry solutions has announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Invixium’s biometric software, IXM WEB.
Chubb Fire & Security Limited is helping Welsh further education college Coleg Menai to further protect students, staff and property by upgrading its fire and security management software.
Delta Security, the CCTV and access control specialist, is helping to ensure the safety of pupils and employees at the recently opened Gesher School with the installation of a sophisticated Salto access control and ID pass system.
The evidence is clear: physical keys are not the solution for a generation of students raised on digital solutions and convenient connectivity.
IP-based ViP video entry systems from Comelit have been used to enhance security and convenience at three prestigious residential developments in Manchester.
When Munch’s The Scream was stolen from an Oslo museum in 1994, the thieves left a handwritten postcard. It read: “Thanks for the poor security.”