Integrated security manufacturer TDSi’s new range of GARDiS software was the star attraction on the company’s stand at Expoprotection 2016 in Paris this month. TDSi’s appearance at the show drew large crowds from across France and Europe, as well further afield, with visitors from countries including as Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Monaco, Ivory Coast and Hungary.
Good reception to GARDiS
TDSi’s International Business Development Manager, Mica Negrilic, who lead the team on the stand at the event commented, “Expoprotection was an exciting event again this year, both for visitors but also for us exhibitors! All three days at the event saw our team busy with visitors and we were particularly delighted that GARDiS was so well received. The solution is a major move towards completely online hosted integrated security systems and responds to evolving market demands.”
Mica continued, “Being web-based, the GARDiS range offers the greatest flexibility, but also the highest levels of security. It features full ONVIF Profile A and C compliance and is also highly compatible with a wide range of security systems from other suppliers – which makes it perfectly future-proof and an ideal investment for any security operator.”
Latest technology development
Expoprotection follows a busy year for TDSi, with other highly successful appearances at IFSEC Southeast Asia in Kuala Lumpur and IFSEC International in London – both of which, enjoyed significantly increased stand visitor numbers.
"For our team, it was also an ideal chance to meet with our partners and customers face to face"
With many big names from the French and wider security markets appearing at the show, Expoprotection is a particularly important event for the TDSi French office, which is based in Noisy-le-Grand near Paris.
Mica added, “It’s fair to say the best providers to the French security market appear at Expoprotection and it is the perfect opportunity to investigate the latest technology and trends. For our team, it was also an ideal chance to meet with our partners and customers face to face. This is vital when it comes to fully understanding what the market wants and is a key driver in our ongoing technology development.”
Along with GARDiS, TDSi also showcased its wide range of fully integrated security systems - including its powerful MICROgarde controllers and highly flexible but secure DIGIgarde PLUS readers (which offer PIN, card, and fingerprint identification all in the same unit). Additionally, TDSi also spoke to visitors about its enterprise solutions, and the powerful integration possibilities between its own software products - including EXgarde security management and VUgarde CCTV VMS.
Mica concluded, “Expoprotection is a great barometer of not only the French, but also the wider European and North African security market, so the busy event demonstrated just how much interest there is from this important sector. We very much look forward to seeing our partners and customers again next year.”