ASSA ABLOY will also display ASSA range of modular locks, alongside its ASSA ABLOY DC200A and DC500A door closers
ASSA ABLOY will showcase its Aperio wireless locking solution at AUCSO Expo 2013

ASSA ABLOY is on stand 22, where the global leader in door opening solutions showcased its latest state-of-the-art access control systems and innovative new product releases.

On display will be the revolutionary Aperio wireless locking solution, which is designed to upgrade mechanically locked doors and wirelessly connect them online or offline to new or existing access control systems, with minimal modification to doors and premises.

Visitors to the ASSA ABLOY stand will be able to experience the cylinder and escutcheon variants in the Aperio range, alongside the advanced new L100 platform, which presents the world’s first wireless lock range for security doors with monitoring capability.

Alongside Aperio, ASSA ABLOY will also showcasing Smartair, an all in one solution designed as a clever bolt on to upgrade mechanical to access control. Code handle is yet another option showcased, designed exclusively as a keyless locking device for internal doors.

ASSA ABLOY will also present its range of mechanical innovations, including the ASSA 8761 nightlatch, suitable for use on emergency exits when complemented with exit device accessories. Also suitable for fire-rated doors, the durable lock case with steel latch bolt is ideal for use on high voltage or power supply rooms within universities.

Also on display from ASSA ABLOY will be its ASSA range of modular locks, alongside its ASSA ABLOY DC200A and DC500A door closers. The cam-motion DC500A has already been specified at universities throughout the UK.

Says David Wigglesworth of ASSA ABLOY: “Developing and growing our product offering for target market sectors is always a priority for ASSA ABLOY. And university accommodation is no different.”

“At a time when student accommodation has become a high ranking factor in a student’s decision to attend university, their security is a critical component. ASSA ABLOY is best placed to advise those responsible for delivering safe accommodation, attending exhibitions such as AUCSO to demonstrate how our product portfolio can achieve these objectives cost effectively and with minimal disruption to university daily operations.”

For more information, please visitwww.assaabloy.co.uk

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