Laidlaw Security Systems now offers an integrated approach to building access and security Safety is a priority in any building or development – whether that’s to safeguard people, assets or data. Now, Laidlaw Security Systems offers an integrated approach to building access and security, with its comprehensive range of robust, future-proof products, including the latest Orbis door access control, biometric readers, CCTV and tailgate/people counting devices. Relaunched as an independent business A trusted name among architectural suppliers, Laidlaw has been relaunched as an independent business and is building on its reputation for excellent service with a cost-effective solution for security needs in a wide range of settings – from military buildings to retail environments and residential to educational buildings. Richard Hill, Business Development Director Security Systems, said: “All too often, responsibility for a building’s CCTV, access control and intruder alarm lies with different companies, which means they are installed without any thought to the benefits of an integrated system.” “It’s far better to combine the building technologies because it simplifies the process, ensures compatibility and provides the maximum protection. Our approach to security systems demonstrates just how efficient that approach is.” Combining building technologies “The beauty of an integrated structure is that it benefits from the latest IP and centrally controlled systems and because we have a team of expert designers, specifiers and installers who look at the needs of the building, you can be assured that the right system is in place to suit the building’s needs.” Laidlaw Security Systems’ audio or video door entry systems are designed to work both independently and as a part of an integrated system “It’s not just the team’s technical knowledge that stands out, it’s also our support services, which are second to none.” Orbis, Laidlaw’s licence-free software, offers unparalleled features for any access system and includes a range of premium features, such as INVIXIUM biometric readers, alarm processing, card format decoding and device management as standard. In addition, Laidlaw supplies the Orbis door controller, the world’s first native PoE/PoE+ BACnet access control unit. Its full suite of radio frequency identification (RFID) readers can be integrated into existing identification systems, while the Laidlaw INVIXIUM biometric readers feature Lumidigm multi-spectral fingerprint sensors that maximises performance and return superior quality images. Laidlaw Security Systems’ audio or video door entry systems are designed to work both independently and as a part of an integrated system with access control and automatic door controls. CCTV monitoring can also be included in any security package.
The event is the opportunity to learn more about how products can be integrated with a broad range of complementary systems Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be demonstrating the considerable benefits of full integration of its solutions with other specialist manufacturers, including Texecom, Milestone, ASSA ABLOY and SimonsVoss, on stand F1100, at IFSEC International 2015 this month. John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi commented, "IFSEC International is the perfect opportunity to learn more about how our products can be integrated with a broad range of complementary systems, from wireless locking systems to intruder alarms and CCTV VMS Platforms. All of these can be centrally administered by our EXgarde software, which provides a fully comprehensive, centrally managed security." TDSi to be a key part of 'Harmony Village' TDSi will again be a key part of the 'Harmony Village' at IFSEC International, which includes partners Texecom, GJD and Elmdene all in close proximity – making it simple for visitors to understand the connecting technologies. TDSi will also be working in close co-operation with Milestone, ASSA ABLOY and SimonsVoss at the show to explain the integration partnerships between the technologies and the providers. Distribution Partner Manager; LeAnne Hill, Channel Partner Manager; Alex Rumsey and Channel Partner Manager; Richard Hill will all be on hand on stand F1100 to discuss the benefits of working with TDSi in the UK. For international visitors attending the show, International Business Development Manager; Mica Negrilic will be available to talk about opportunities to partner TDSi in EMEA. John Davies will also be on hand to talk about the opportunities in China and the Asia Pacific region. Latest range of readers on display On stand F1100 TDSi will display its latest range of readers. These include new versions of its MIFARE and Proximity Readers, including MIFARE Plus and DESFire technologies, for added security and flexibility. Also on display will be the company's SOLOgarde, MICROgarde and EX-Series controllers, along with the combination options of its software products - including EXgarde security management and VUgarde Video Management Software. Motivational speakers This year IFSEC International features a number of well-known motivational speakers - including British racing driver and former track cyclist Sir Chris Hoy MBE, sporting executive Baroness Karren Brady CBE and Adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE. TDSi is keen to encourage visitors from across the UK who may be considering attending the show. A recent blog (www.tdsi.co.uk/ifsec15_north) outlines the benefits of attending the show and also makes suggestions on the best ways to travel to the ExCel and to make the most of the event.
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