At IFSEC 2015, the company aims to showcase its range of innovative solutions that can be combined to create powerful, integrated security systems for any requirement

ASSA ABLOY will feature Aperio wireless locking technology run on the new high speed V3 platform

ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, will be showcasing integrated security and access control technology from its leading brands at IFSEC 2015.

Recently named by Forbes as one of the world’s 100 most innovative companies, ASSA ABLOY will exhibit its unrivalled breadth of product choice on stand D1700 in Hall S17 at Excel, London, from 16-18 June.

ASSA ABLOY Will Reveal Its Future-proof Solutions

ASSA ABLOY will reveal how its future-proof solutions, enable customers the correct level of access across a wide range of end user markets, including the commercial, education, health, transport, retail and residential sectors. As well as, demonstrating how its wide choice of solutions and “open” communications can provide flexibility.

Products from ASSA ABLOY, Abloy, Mul-T-Lock, Traka and Yale, will be showcased, making ASSA ABLOY’s presence at IFSEC 2015 greater than ever before.

Stand Will Feature Integration Zone

The stand will also feature an integration zone, presenting how the group’s access control products offer an unrivalled proposition through the use of open communication protocols that are easily scalable and integrate with most security systems, as well as being compatible with all major OEMs. The integration zone will showcase the group’s breadth of product offering and global capability.

ASSA ABLOY will feature the world’s most comprehensive wireless lock range for security doors, using the revolutionary Aperio wireless locking technology, run on the new high speed V3 platform.

Abloy Will Present Abloy Protec2 CLIQ Solution

Abloy will present its Abloy Protec2 CLIQ solution, designed to enable the full administration of security management centrally via web-based software, reveal the environmental advantages of electromechanical locks with the launch of their new range of low energy electric locks, for a more sustainable security solution.

"As the global leader in door opening solutions, the breadth of our product offering is unmatched from any other single source"

Mul-T-Lock Will Showcase ENTR, SMARTair & Traka 21

Mul-T-Lock will showcase ENTR, the latest advancement in convenient, smart locking for the home market, the SMARTair wire-free access control portfolio and Traka 21, an innovative plug n’ play intelligent key management system.

Traka will present its solutions as part of the integration hub and will also be highlighting its Traka Web and Traka Touch technology in both key and asset management systems.

Yale Will Showcase Integration-ready Digital Door Locks

Yale will showcase its range of integration-ready digital door locks for the residential market, with several live demonstrations on the stand and within the integration zone. Yale will also unveil ENTR, the latest advancement in convenient, smart locking for your home.

Chris Bone, Vice President of Access Control Solutions EMEA at ASSA ABLOY, said: “As the global leader in door opening solutions, the breadth of our product offering is unmatched from any other single source. This enables us to offer OEMs, specifiers and professional end users one point of contact for specialist advice and support on sourcing the best products to suit their security needs.”

"Our integration approach is already in place with leading OEMs and system integrators, showcasing how working with ASSA ABLOY can add value to businesses"

Range Of Locking & Management Solutions - cost effective & flexible

“Importantly for customers we believe our global capability and massive range of locking and management solutions will save them time and money in shopping around to find the right solution. Our technology is run on open communication protocols, enabling seamless upgrades of existing systems or installations of new systems, which is cost effective and flexible for building managers and simple to install.”

“Our integration approach is already in place with leading OEMs and system integrators, showcasing how working with ASSA ABLOY can add value to businesses. At IFSEC 2015, we aim to showcase our range of innovative solutions that can be combined to create powerful, integrated security systems for any requirement.”

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