Published on 1 December, 2014
|TDSi will be showcasing the security advantages of combining its EXgarde security management and VUgarde VMS
TDSi, a global leader in integrated security solutions, will be demonstrating the cost and performance benefits from using its integrated security solutions, to visitors at Intersec Dubai 2015. Appearing on Stand S2-B09, the company will be showcasing the considerable security advantages of combining its EXgarde security management and VUgarde VMS software solutions as well as giving visitors a hands-on viewing of its exciting new access control readers range.
As well as demonstrations of its latest products, TDSi’s technical and sales specialists will also be available to discuss visitors’ security needs and the benefits from using modern, IP based integrated security systems, which are ideal for any size or scope of security project.
Alan Hardy, Export Sales Director of TDSi commented, “Intersec is the first major security event of the year and being held in such a dynamic location it offers a great start to the security industry’s calendar. We were overwhelmed by the response from visitors at Intersec 2014; there was a very positive atmosphere across the whole event, which was reflected in the keen interest from visitors to our stand. We have been making careful preparations to ensure visitors can gain as much expert advice and assistance as possible and really make the most of the opportunity to meet the TDSi team.”
Visitors to the event will be able to see the advantages of TDSi’s all-encompassing security software offering, featuring the close integration of its powerful EXgarde integrated access control software with the VUgarde CCTV management software solution. As cutting edge solutions in their own right (even when used in isolation from one another), in combination they offer an even wider range of options with regards to the integration and co-operation - from passive monitoring and proactive security systems (such as access control) to managing all the security requirements of any organisation. Additionally, EXgarde also integrates with other third party security and management systems including the ASSA ABLOY®’s Aperio wireless lock system, as well as Milestone®’s video management software, Texecom®’s Intruder Alarms and Microsoft’s Active Directory system.
"Over 40% of TDSi’s business is generated by export markets and the Middle East is, as always, a key growth region for us in the year ahead"
At Intersec 2015, TDSi will also be showing its new reader designs. In developing these new readers the company has looked to the people who use and install its systems to highlight the developments that will be most useful. As well as the technical specifications, even the aesthetics of the reader units were put under close scrutiny to ensure they blend well with their surroundings but equally are easy for users to locate and use. Full usability and a broad spectrum of integration possibilities with other security systems are key design prompts which TDSi has focussed on in the new range. As with its entire product range, the emphasis is on a comprehensive level of compatibility, not only with its own products but also with a large percentage of those from other manufacturers and suppliers, to ensure security budgets can be used and the wastage of assets is minimised.
Alan elaborated, “Practicality is one of the defining themes of our new readers range. We are excited to be showing them to visitors at the show as we believe they perfectly address the feedback we have had from people who use and operate access control systems in the real world.”
Reflecting on Intersec 2015 as a whole, Alan concluded, “The show is the key trade and networking exhibition in the Middle East, not only drawing visitors from across the region but also further afield, to see just what the security industry has in store for the new year. We are especially looking forward to meeting with local partners to discuss our expansion plans for 2015. Over 40% of TDSi’s business is generated by export markets and the Middle East is, as always, a key growth region for us in the year ahead.”