Traka Web proved to be very popular with visitors appreciating the advanced management and administration functionality

Traka demonstrated seamless integration with Aperio wireless locks and 3rd party access control systems Nedap and Lenel

Intersec took place 17th-19th January 2016 in Dubai. Visitors came from all corners of the world to see the latest technologies in security, protection and safety. Traka had a prominent area on the ASSA ABLOY stand which generated significant interest not only in their core intelligent key and asset management solutions, but also the latest access control integration capabilities.

Seamless integration

Traka demonstrated seamless integration with Aperio wireless locks and 3rd party access control systems Nedap and Lenel. Many organisations see integration as the way forward to minimise administration overhead and improve work place efficiencies, find out more here.

Traka launched their intelligent RFID weapons locker range at the show proving to be popular with Military, Police, Civil Defence and Special Forces visitors. Traka’s unique RFID technology, user credentials management and flexibility in access level configuration means that managers have full visibility of exactly who has access to the equipment, when they used it and when it was returned, so that individual users are more accountable for their equipment and full audit reporting is available when required.

“Intersec Dubai was a great success for Traka with our RFID Gun and Radio Lockers being very well received by many potential customers including the Dubai Police and Saudi Special Forces. Our key management solutions once again proved very popular with the Financial, Hospitality, Healthcare and Utilities sectors from all the GCC countries.” – Martin Woodhouse, International Sales Director.

Traka Web appreciated by visitors

With many organisations and companies now insisting on key and asset management traceability at all local and remote company sites, Traka Web proved to be very popular with visitors appreciating the advanced management and administration functionality within Traka Web providing the ability to monitor and report key and asset movements at any of the organisations locations.

Martyn Baker, International commercial manager commented on the show: “A non-stop event – from the very first minute the Security EXPO opened until the closing moments with numerous leads and meeting after meeting with interested prospects from 19 countries. Of particular interest was the Traka integration zone showing a fully working commercially developed software integration between Traka key management with both LENEL’s and NEDAP’s access control software.”

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