Nedap presents its latest access control novelties at Intersec 2011
The uPASS is a hands free access control solution for commercial and residential parking facilities
Nedap Middle East will exhibit at Intersec 2011 and will present its latest novelties in the areas of Security Management and AVI. Intersec is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition for safety and security in the Middle East, making it the perfect platform for Nedap to present the latest additions to its product range.

Nedap Security Management will present a sneak preview of the completely revised graphical interface (GUI) for the intuitive and user-friendly operation of its security management system AEOS.

In addition to the new GUI, Security Management will also present AEOS IP Video Management, a truly native video integration which is technologically superior to existing DVR and even open platform based solutions. Live and stored video images can be viewed by means of AEOS faces, part of the AEOS front end suite, while offering complete freedom of camera choice and storage media based upon industry standards. Moreover, images can be stored on an AEpu (controller) attached hard drive which significantly reduces bandwidth and network load issues.

Having successfully introduced the uPASS reach in 2010, Nedap AVI will show this latest addition to its long range identification product line. Based on state-of-the-art UHF technology, the uPASS is an affordable, reliable and secure solution for hands free access for commercial and residential parking facilities.

Nedap AVI will also present its parking detection solution based on wireless sensors or SENSITS which can detect the presence of a vehicle in an individual parking space. This solution is especially useful for efficient parking management within garages and also on-street parking thus preventing unnecessary frustration for drivers and congestion.

Visit Nedap at Intersec 2011, from January 16-18 2011, booth number 3.525C.

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