Nedap Security Management has a strong focus on sustainable partnerships with leading players in the field of security. One of these partners is ASSA ABLOY, a provider of door opening solutions. Matthias Weiss, EMEA Product Manager Aperio at ASSA ABLOY and Jeroen Harmsen, Product Manager at Nedap Security Management, discuss recent developments and explain why their companies are a great match.

“Our company has a long history of supporting successful integrations by working closely with leading players from the global security industry, says Weiss. “Nedap is a good example. Just like we do, they support both open system integrations that use common standards and bespoke solutions. Nedap and ASSA ABLOY share the view that an access control system is a long-term investment and must therefore be future-proof. Jeroen Harmsen comments, “As risks and risk levels change and new security requirements are introduced, it is of the utmost importance that business continuity is never put at risk. Nedap’s AEOS platform is especially designed to make sure that companies are always able to respond to changing circumstances.

Weiss says, “We recently pre-launched the Aperio H100, a handle that has a robust and contemporary design for indoor application such as office doors, doors of meeting and storage rooms, et cetera. The wireless Aperio H100 can be seamlessly integrated into third party access control systems. With Nedap’s AEOS, doors can easily be monitored and access rights adapted. It’s a great match with our new door opening solution.” Harmsen adds, “We’re very proud of the fact that we are one of the first security management systems that have integrated ASSA ABLOY’S new product.” Weiss underlines ASSA ABLOY’s ambition to keep on delivering scalable integration options that provide ease of use and convenience for customers. “Where possible, we will continue to work closely with Nedap’s professionals. They truly have the same focus on innovation and excellence.”

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