Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is proud to announce the launch of the latest enhanced version of its new GARDiS software. GARDiS Version 1.1 provides extra functionality and support for installers and end users.
Tina Baker, Software Development Manager at TDSi commented, “The latest version of the GARDiS software adds considerable additions to the platform. These include Multiple Access Levels per person, an Office Mode (featuring a Double Tap) and the facility to import people details and keys rapidly to facilitate onboarding of new authorised users.”
User-friendly and fully integrated security
The GARDiS software and hardware range is designed to give powerful, yet highly user-friendly and fully integrated securityThe TDSi GARDiS Access Management Software was launched at the end of last year, before the demonstration of its new prototype GARDiS Controller in April. The GARDiS software and hardware range is designed to give powerful, yet highly user-friendly and fully integrated security, utilising web-based software and integrated hardware.
Further new functions of GARDiS Version 1.1 include ACU Holidays, which can be set against Door-Free access, Access Modes (Card Only/Card+PIN/PIN Only) and specific doors within access levels. There are new screens for ease of use, including ‘Assign multiple access levels to doors’ and ‘Assign multiple people to access levels’.
Multiple access levels per person
It is also now possible to assign multiple access levels per person and temporary access level assignment, for example allowing specific people to unlock the required doors for meetings and then reverting to controlled access when finished. The GARDiS Installer program is also included and ready to use when the system is activated to ensure security is up and running as soon as possible.
Tina added, “The latest version of the GARDiS software shows the rapid pace of development and evolution that the whole range embodies. Flexibility and enhanced security are vital to combat the latest threats and ensure that end users feel safe and can continue to go about their daily business unhindered by the systems that protect them and delivering peace of mind.”