Aperio integrates mechanical locks into
new and existing access control systems
for cost-effective expansion
ASSA ABLOY, global leader in door opening solutions will showcase their world-class Aperio™ wireless lock technology for complementing access control systems at the Intersec exhibition Dubai.


Visitors to stand 2-205C in Hall 2 at Intersec 2013, will be introduced to ASSA ABLOY’s range of industry-leading technology-based security and access control solutions, including its popular Aperio™ enabling technology.

"With its wireless Aperio™ technology, ASSA ABLOY provides further proof of its leading global market position in the field of high-tech locking solutions", said Chris Bone, Vice President Access Control with ASSA ABLOY EMEA. “Aperio™ now offers security installers the opportunity to work across all sectors with a product portfolio that is cost effective and can be installed and integrated into new or existing systems, with minimal disruption to daily operations. This is great news for the end user, OEM manufactures and system integrators.”

Aperio™ wirelessly integrates mechanical locks into new and existing access control systems for easy and cost-effective system expansion, making it the most widely available wireless solution for integrating additional doors via online and offline devices. The HID Genuine certified Aperio™ technology is suitable for integration with HID technologies and controllers and supports in addition high frequency RFID technologies iCLASS, MIFARE and DESFire now 125kHz Proximity (HID PROX/ EM410).

The NFC enabled Aperio™ wireless RFID reader locks are also part of ASSA ABLOY's award winning Seos™ ecosystem to power mobile access. ASSA ABLOY will demonstrate its Seos™ ecosystem of interoperable products and services for issuing, delivering and revoking digital keys on NFC mobile devices so they can be used to open doors to homes, hotels, offices, hospitals, universities, industries and commercial buildings.

To find out more, visit Stand 2-205C in Hall 2 of Intersec Dubai, which takes place between 15 and 17th January 2013. For more information, please visit www.assaabloy.co.uk/intersec2013.

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