Vanderbilt Industries
Vanderbilt currently supplies and supports in excess of 9,000 customers and has a portfolio that comprises over 2,000 products
This will be first appearance of Vanderbilt at a trade event following its completion of acquisition of Security Products from Siemens

Vanderbilt, formerly Security Products from Siemens, has announced that it will appear at IFSEC International 2015, which takes place on 16th-18th June at ExCeL, London. The company will demonstrate its latest innovations to over 30,000 expected visitors from over 150 countries, at what is the largest event of its kind for the security industry.

First appearance at trade event following acquisition of Security Products from Siemens

This will be the first appearance of Vanderbilt at a trade event following its completion of the acquisition of Security Products from Siemens on June 1st 2015. Active in 95 countries worldwide, Vanderbilt currently supplies and supports in excess of 9,000 customers and has a portfolio that comprises over 2,000 products that comply with the latest editions of the relevant standards that are applicable in each country.

IFSEC International 2015 provides the perfect opportunity to meet directly with integration partners and end users and highlight how the company plans to build on the success of the range and take it in a new and exciting direction.

New product developments to be on display at stand number F1300

Taking centre stage will be three of the latest new product developments within the company’s portfolio – the Aliro access control system, the Vectis iX family of IP-based video recording solutions and the SPC intruder detection range.

Aliro access control solution

Suitable for small to medium sized commercial applications, the flexible yet robust Aliro access control solution incorporates a flat system architecture with easy to use Internet based software and intuitive mobile features. Shipped already pre-configured, in addition to distributed applications, Aliro supports up to 512 doors, 10,000 users and 100,000 access cards. Visitors will also be able to see first-hand how it works with MiFare card readers featuring an integral LED based screen that facilitates cardholder interaction by displaying bespoke messages.

Vectis iX range of IP video recording solutions

"As the key event in the UK security calendar, IFSEC International 2015 provides an excellent platform to introduce Vanderbilt to our customer base and highlight our credentials as a uniquely independent organisation"

When it comes to high definition (HD) video, the Vectis iX range of IP video recording solutions offers unrivalled performance for those looking to capture all the finest details. Setting new benchmarks in functionality, compatibility, speed, value for money and future proofing, Vectis iX is fully scalable and suitable for a diverse range of applications. It comprises self-contained network video recorders (NVRs) and network video software (NVS), both of which are capable of recording full-HD images from up to 48 3MP cameras simultaneously at 25fps, and can support resolutions up to 20MP. Also on display will be a range of ONVIF compatible CCTV cameras including a day/night 3 megapixel PTZ dome camera with 18x optical zoom that is considered to be a global first.

SPC intruder detection range

Products from the ever-popular SPC intruder detection range will also feature on the stand, including the recently launched SPC Compact Keypad, a slim, elegant, feature packed user interface which brings the power and sophistication of the SPC system right to a user’s fingertips. With a depth of just 17.5mm, the two variants are small but perfectly formed, and while the SPCK520 offers display and speech output, the SPCK521 adds an ID card reader.

New Magic dual motion detectors

Joining Aliro, SPC and Vectis iX will be the new Magic PDM-IXx12/T and PDM-IXx18/T dual motion detectors, which offer reliable detection of intruders and high false alarm immunity. These will appear alongside the new day/night 3MP PTZ dome camera, with 18x optical zoom that is considered a global first and a truly viable alternative to the ‘shoebox’ housing PTZ cameras that are often used for perimeter surveillance.

IFSEC - an excellent platform to introduce Vanderbilt to its customer base

Andrew Morgan, Head of Marketing at Vanderbilt, commented, “As the key event in the UK security calendar, IFSEC International 2015 provides an excellent platform to introduce Vanderbilt to our customer base and highlight our credentials as a uniquely independent organisation. As this is our first time at the event, we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand, where our team of experts will be available to talk through the features and benefits of our cutting edge innovations and discuss the benefits of working with our organisation.”

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