Aperio® wireless locking technology is the most commonly available access control system globally
ASSA ABLOY Access Control will demonstrate the new features of the leading Aperio product line

ASSA ABLOY Access Control, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, is demonstrating live integrations with Aperio at IFSEC 2016.

Products and integrations

Visitors to stand E1100 in Hall S7, at Excel, London, from 21st-23rd June will have the opportunity to see the new features of the established, leading Aperio product line, as well as live integrations with dedicated OEM partners, ACS, Gallagher, Nedap and Lenel.

ASSA ABLOY’s stand at IFSEC will also showcase the company’s journey from mechanical to digital security and how its brands are adapting and innovating for the future.

Aperio wireless locking technology

Gareth Ellams, Managing Director at ASSA ABLOY Access Control, said: “We are excited to demonstrate how Aperio can benefit system integrators and OEM partners at IFSEC 2016.

Aperio wireless locking technology is the most commonly available access control system globally. Our open communications provide flexibility, which is why our solutions are already deployed with our leading OEMs and system integrators.

We have committed to working closely in partnership with our OEM partners, in trust, transparency and shared growth. These close working relationships help us to adapt and innovate on our journey, in the midst of the digital revolution the security industry is currently experiencing.

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