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Nedap provides access control system to enhance security for DPG Media Group’s headquarters in Antwerp

DPG Media Group is the largest media company in both Belgium and the Netherlands, and active in television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and online services. It employs around 6,000 people company-wide and has its modern headquarters located in Antwerp, Belgium. DPG Media has been a Nedap customer in the Netherlands for many years. Until recently, this was not the case in Belgium. Here, locations were standardised on an access control system where they were completely dependent on their produc...

Nedap enhances security solutions for Polpharma and provides better software integration

Polpharma is the largest Polish manufacturer of pharmaceuticals and among the top 20 generic drug manufacturers in the world. They actively operate in the markets of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. For over 80 years, Polpharma have been trusted by patients, healthcare professionals and business partners alike. The Polpharma Group and associated companies employ more than 7,500 people in Poland and on international markets. Polpharma wanted a centralised, high-level an...

Nedap Security Management installs AEOS access control system at AZ Alma hospital

AZ Alma was a brand new hospital, created by merging two other hospitals. It needed an access control system that could cope with the demands of high levels of employees and visitors, varying access rights and the flexibility to respond in emergencies. The new hospital also had a vision of being completely keyless. Opportunities offered by AEOS AZ Alma installed Nedap Security Management’s AEOS access control system and implemented several useful features. LEDs on readers, for example, i...

PostNord installs Nedap's AEOS solution to manage access system

PostNord needed to ensure that only the right people get access to each of their 1,500 branches. After installing AEOS, they can manage authorisations centrally and have reduced administration time dramatically. In 2009, the Danish and Swedish postal companies merged to become PostNord, which is still owned by both states and also serves the rest of the Nordic region. Before the merger, each of the 1,500 branches had its own building manager who had freedom of choice in purchasing access contro...

DHL employs Nedap's AEOS access control system to increase security across Saudi Arabia

DHL Express is a global company in international shipping and courier delivery services and has a major market share of express logistics in the Middle East with a strong customer base in Saudi Arabia. Protecting a key market DHL Express has facilities at all the major airports and in most of the cities in Saudi Arabia and the fastest clearance in KSA when compared to its competition. Saudi Arabia is one of DHL’s key markets and the delivery firm strives to be close to its customers here...

Nedap enhances security of National Bank of Kuwait with AEOS access control solution

The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is known as ‘The Bank You Know and Trust’. Kuwait’s largest financial institution, it has 68 branches in its homeland and more than 143 worldwide. When NBK moved its operations to newly built headquarters, it chose AEOS access control by Nedap to protect them. NBK also wanted to centralise its access control. Having already used AEOS in some locations for over a decade, it knew that this flexible, scalable system could help to achieve that. AE...

Nedap delivers access control solution to the Flemish Government

The Flemish Government has chosen AEOS access control by Nedap to secure its sites across Belgium and other European countries. It’s awarded a 6-year framework contract, beginning in September 2020, to Nedap channel partner G4S. This will involve G4S replacing the technology for more than 4,000 doors with AEOS. The new AEOS system will accommodate up to 50 software users and will feature various integrations, including visitor management, automatic number plate recognition, mobile readers...

Nedap Security secures Lufthansa Technik with their AEOS access control system to balance freedom with high security

Lufthansa Technik operates in a special division of the aviation industry, and security is a top priority to safeguard its people, planes and facilities. Over the years, the need to control access to its premises - particularly when it comes to external visitors - has become increasingly more important. A key challenge, however, is that Lufthansa Technik wants to maintain an inviting environment that feels free from restrictions, while also ensuring the highest security standards. Although Luft...

All-in-one facial recognition and verification with Nedap's AEOS access control

Using biometric facial recognition technology to identify people, and so allow or deny their access, is becoming increasingly important. It helps to increase security because fraudulent use is more difficult than when using a card, for example, and it can add a layer of verification. It can also increase convenience as there’s no fumbling for a badge or entering a pin. Most importantly, given the recent COVID-19 pandemic, it provides a contactless means of doing this.  Facial recogni...

Royal Swinkels Family Brewers equips with Nedap Security Management’s AEOS access control system

When Swinkels Family Brewers wanted to unify its access control internationally, it chose Nedap Security Management’s AEOS access control system, which enabled this producer of world-famous Bavaria beer to design a system around the people using it. AEOS access control system The facts & figures - 6 breweries 27 brands 130 countries 1,800+ employees Increase security, yet maintain openness Swinkels Family Brewers wanted a system that would match its people-first approach S...

Nedap AEOS access control and intrusion detection system helps secure DHL’s business in Saudi Arabia

DHL Express is the global provider of international shipping and courier delivery services, and has a major market share of express logistics in the Middle East with a strong customer base in Saudi Arabia. DHL Express has facilities at all the major airports and in most of cites in Saudi Arabia and the fastest clearance in KSA when compared to its competition. Saudi Arabia is one of DHL’s key markets and the delivery firm strives to be close to its customers here. But with facilities spre...

Nedap Security’s AEOS provides unified access control solution to Royal Swinkels Family Brewers

When Swinkels Family Brewers wanted to unify its access control internationally, it chose AEOS, which enabled this producer of world-famous Bavaria beer to design a system around the people using it. The facts & figures : 6 breweries 27 brands 130 countries 1,800+ employees Swinkels Family Brewers had grown quickly and needed to review its security and apply more stringent measures. It was using two access control systems and wanted to unite everything on one platform. Most importa...

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Ava Security partners with Nedap to integrate their best-in-class solutions for security professionals

Ava Security, the pioneer of unified video and cyber security, has teamed up with Nedap, the Dutch provider of powerful solutions in physical security, to integrate their best-in-class solutions for security professionals and integrators. Together, the Ava Aware Cloud™ intelligent video management system (VMS) and the Nedap AEOS physical access control provide the simplicity, security, and power needed for proactive physical security. Access control events By enabling the 24/7 video mon...

Suprema integrates their facial recognition devices with Nedap’s AEOS to provide contactless security solutions

Suprema, a pioneer in access control, biometrics, and time & attendance solutions, announces that it has integrated its latest facial recognition devices into Nedap's access control system, AEOS. This will enable organisations around the world to manage access control by making use of Suprema’s latest facial recognition technology. “The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up the security and building management industry, resulting in a surge of interest in contactless access control. T...

Nedap announces integration with Forge Bluepoint visitor management system for smart access control

Buildings or sites with existing or future Nedap access control systems can now benefit from integration with Forge Bluepoint visitor management to give people visiting their space smart, secure and time-limited access. Integration with Forge Bluepoint The new integration was customer-driven by HB Reavis’s new building in Bratislava, Nivy Tower, which went live in November. Wayne Lee, Director at Forge, said “We’re excited about this partnership and being able to offer our c...

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ROCKWOOL chooses Nedap’s Global Client Programme to secure its offices and factories worldwide

Manufacturer ROCKWOOL International A.S. has chosen Nedap’s Global Client Programme to secure its offices and factories worldwide. AEOS, the physical security platform by Nedap, installed during the programme, enables ROCKWOOL to establish a truly global security policy and unified work processes. An advanced project rollout, the Global Client Programme is developed for large multinationals and offers several benefits, including standardisation across sites, shorter implementation times a...

Nedap’s AEOS installed at ING’s branch offices in Belgium

Security management in banking is a discipline unlike any other. Rather than integrating all security into one centralised system, some banks choose decentralised security for their branch offices. AEOS, a leading platform in integrated security, turns out to be just as effective when deployed decentrally. ”We were already using Nedap AEOS in our headquarters, as well as various regional offices. Then, in 2011, the security system used by our 800 branch offices in Belgium needed to be ext...

Nedap provides access control system to enhance security for DPG Media Group’s headquarters in Antwerp

DPG Media Group is the largest media company in both Belgium and the Netherlands, and active in television, radio, newspapers, magazines, and online services. It employs around 6,000 people company-wide and has its modern headquarters located in Antwerp, Belgium. DPG Media has been a Nedap customer in the Netherlands for many years. Until recently, this was not the case in Belgium. Here, locations were standardised on an access control system where they were completely dependent on their produc...