The Aperio® KS100, Server Cabinet Lock will also be on display, revealing how easy it is to monitor server cabinets and data racks access

Visitors will have the opportunity to see the world’s most comprehensive wireless lock range for security doors

Access Control, a division of ASSA ABLOY UK, the global leader in door opening solutions is showcasing its revolutionary Aperio® wireless locking technology at this year’s IFSEC exhibition.

Comprehensive wireless lock

Visitors to stand D1700, will have the opportunity to see the world’s most comprehensive wireless lock range for security doors, using the revolutionary Aperio® wireless locking technology, run on the new high speed V3 platform.

The Aperio® KS100, Server Cabinet Lock will also be on display, revealing how easy it is to monitor server cabinets and data racks access.

The ASSA ABLOY Access Control team will be on hand to demonstrate how the technology seamlessly integrates mechanical locks into new and existing access control systems, making it both simple to install and cost-effective.

Integration zone at the event

The stand will also feature an Integration Zone, designed to showcase how ASSA ABLOY’s access control and key management products offer an unrivalled proposition.

The Integration Zone highlights the collective strength of ASSA ABLOY technologies, and demonstrates how this can benefit system integrators and OEMs.

Damian Marsh, Managing Director at Access Control, said: “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 in place with leading OEM and system integrators, such as Lenel, NEDAP and Tyco.

Aperio- most cost effective & energy efficient solution

“The market for wireless access control systems is still embryonic, just 6% of businesses have a fully wireless system, according to an IFSEC Global survey of businesses covering a wide range of sectors and organisation sizes.

“At IFSEC we would like to show businesses just how simple access control can be and reveal how Aperio® has been proven across a number of applications to be the most cost effective and energy efficient solution, which easily integrates with existing security systems.”

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