Within this new website design and user-friendliness are combined: a fresh design with a clear structure
Nedap's new website uses a click through approach to click and swipe from page to page

As Nedap is known for its use of innovative technology, it was obvious that their time barred website from 2007 needed to be renewed. And also, that it needed to include the newest frameworks used on the web. Within this new website design and user-friendliness are combined: a fresh design with a clear structure. And to future proof the website, it is designed for use on tablets and layout automatically adjusts to different screen resolutions. Instead of the common drop-down menu Nedap’s new website uses a click through approach to click and swipe from page to page. You can almost get lost as there’s so much to link to. But then, there’s always the home button or upper menu to get you back on track.

What else is new? Whenever your interest is in extensive, technical descriptions on specifications of security solutions, you might not want to take the effort of visiting www.nedapsecurity.com. Whilst this is something you may be used to when visiting Nedap Security Managements’ former website, it is now much more focused on whatever problems you need to conquer in the security business and how Nedap Security Management can help you solve them. Are you interested to see what their platform can do for you? Watch their brand new animation which explains how it works: www.nedapsecurity.com/aeos

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Nedap Security Management case studies

Nedap AEOS access control system secures Swiss Re buildings

Swiss Re, a global reinsurer, will equip 48 of its buildings with the latest version of AEOS, Nedap’s physical access control system. Through a state-of-the-art badge system, using Mifare Desfire card technology, employees with specific safety and security clearance will be able to access dedicated Swiss Re buildings. The implementation of AEOS is part of the Global PACS project to replace ageing access control systems in Swiss Re buildings around the world. The AEOS system is designed to...

Nedap AEOS Security Management Platform secures BNP Paribas bank

“It’s obvious that a prominent bank like BNP Paribas has to take processes like security extremely seriously", said Alan Ford, Security Manager at BNP Paribas. Spread over several office buildings, more than 4000 staff make daily use of the AEOS Security Management Platform to enter the restricted areas for which only they have been authorised. BNP Paribas needs be certain that they can rely on their access control system. Even though their previous Nedap WinXS system did just t...

Nedap AEOS provides centrally managed access control for Dutch municipality

The municipality of Haarlemmermeer wanted to replace the existing access control system and bring city hall security up to modern standards. They looked for a system that could manage all municipal buildings centrally. For this reason, the system had to be easily expandable. The access control system also had to include camera supervision of employees' sign-in and sign-out process. Existing access control infrastructure When implementing the new system, the municipality wanted...