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Vanderbilt’s stand SA-G17 at Intersec 2018 will reflect the company’s increasing range of high-quality security solutions. Alongside products such as SPC and ACT365, will be SiPass® integrated (a product made by Siemens AG), ACTpro, SPC Connect, and the SiPass-SeeTec integration.

SiPass integrated

“Intersec is the world’s leading trade fair for Security, Safety and Fire Protection and has a reputation for producing quality visitors. So it is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase our core strengths in depth,” says Kim Loy, Technology & Communications Director at Vanderbilt.

One such product that will be on display is SiPass integrated, a powerful open access control management software, scaling from small to large complex deployments.

“The user-centric design of SiPass delivers ease of operation and maintenance, with simple and self-explanatory menu structures and buttons,” explains Ross Wilks, Product Marketing Manager at Vanderbilt. “Another striking feature is its ability to replace traditional key cards with Android and iOS mobile devices, or wearables like Apple Watch and Android Wear. This feature addresses the game-changing shift toward smartphone technology.”

Debut of SiPass-SeeTec solution

Meanwhile, a SiPass-SeeTec integrated solution that secures entrances with a combination of access control and video surveillance will make its debut at Intersec.  SeeTec’s software and Vanderbilt’s hardware has been co-developed to enable a system that is highly efficient, flexible and scalable.

Cloud solutions ACT365 and SPC Connect, both well-established and successful products for Vanderbilt in 2017, will also be on show. ACT365 is Vanderbilt's platform for access control and video management. SPC Connect is a hosted cloud-based solution designed specifically for installers to monitor, manage, and maintain SPC panels remotely from any location.

SPC and ACTpro

“You can’t escape talking about the cloud these days, and it is an area where our products have a lot of momentum,” states Kim Loy. “ACT365 was a recent winner at the Benchmark Innovation awards, a ceremony that recognises solutions that are particularly enhancing to installers, and SPC Connect was nominated at the Detektor International Awards, a body that identifies contributions to the advancement of the security industry.”

Rounding off the impressive display at the Vanderbilt stand is SPC, the company’s flagship intruder detection system, and ACTpro, an access control solution moulded for ease-of-use and reliability.

Intersec takes place between January 21st and 23rd, 2018 in Dubai. Vanderbilt will be at stand SA-G17.

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