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Consultants, integrators and end users are demanding industry-leading solutions that are optimised to meet the full range of customer requirements in today’s dynamic market. These solutions are enabled by open architecture–the key for ensuring flexibility, increased ROI and scalability for end user organizations throughout the lifecycle of their access control system. 

Interoperable platform for systemised access control

Mercury Security, a global leader in OEM access control hardware, has announced many of its Platinum Elite and Platinum partners will showcase the company’s industry-leading open access control platform at the ASIS International exhibition in Dallas Texas. Partners will feature Mercury products at the Kay Bailey Convention Center in Dallas from September 26-28, 2017:

Premium Elite Premium Partner
Avigilon Feenics
Genetec S2 Security
Honeywell Vanderbilt Industries
Open Options  
RS2 Technology  

Mercury’s approach to open hardware provides a streamlined path to move organisations from proprietary and/or obsolete systems to an open, flexible and interoperable platform for systemised access control.  It also makes it possible for end-user organisations to choose from industry-leading access control software providers at time of deployment and in the future as their system requirements evolve.  As the industry embraces the value of open systems, organisations are further leveraging open architecture, coupled with a highly articulated API, to both protect their largest investment in an access control system and scale to add new technologies plus create more mobile connected environments.

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