Abloy UK has launched a new discussion paper which outlines the potential for system integration in the critical national infrastructure sphere and assesses the vast scope of benefits that could be achieved from a truly integrated way of operating.
UK CNI organisations
Pip Courcoux, Sales and Product Manager - CLIQ Systems, said: “With an ever-growing population and greater sustainability and efficiency targets, UK critical national infrastructure (CNI) organisations are under more pressure than ever before.”
“The connected world is revolutionising the way critical assets are protected, but is true system integration really achievable? The concept of ‘integrated thinking’ is a mind set to help us move forward with a philosophy that because it should it can, not because it can it should.”
SMART Infrastructure solutions
“If we think about connecting the solution holistically throughout the design, engineering, sales and support process, and adopt an integrated thinking relationship marketing strategy, then we will achieve true connected status and create SMART Infrastructure solutions.”