As well as the preview of GARDiS, TDSi will also be showcasing its MICROgarde controllers and DIGIgarde PLUS readers Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be giving visitors a chance to see its new range of GARDiS software at Expoprotection 2016, which is being held in Paris from 7th-9th November. The show follows TDSi’s recent highly successful appearances at IFSEC Southeast Asia in Kuala Lumpur and IFSEC International in London, which both saw significantly increased stand visitor numbers and interest in the new GARDiS web-based product. Expoprotection 2016 Mica Negrilic, who is the International Business Development Manager at TDSi and heads up the company’s French regional office in Noisy-le-Grand near Paris, commented, “We are excited to be unveiling GARDiS to our French partners and customers at Expoprotection this year. The event draws visitors not only from across France and French speaking North Africa, but also from across Europe and is the perfect opportunity to see the latest and best the security industry has to offer.” Mica continued, “We were delighted by the interest in GARDiS at both the IFSEC events this year, and Expoprotection represents another huge market for this advanced solution. As a web-based application it offers greater flexibility and suitability to modern applications, whilst maintaining the highest levels of security and dependability. It also adheres to ONVIF Profile A and C compliance, which was recently adopted by the IEC as the de-facto new international standard for access control. GARDiS is highly compatible with many other systems and suppliers, and significantly future-proof.” "We were delighted by theinterest in GARDiS at both theIFSEC events this year, andExpoprotection representsanother huge market for thisadvanced solution" TDSi integrated security systems on display As well as the preview of GARDiS, TDSi will also be showcasing the company’s 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 will be talking about its enterprise solutions, and the powerful integration possibilities between its own software products, including EXgarde security management and VUgarde CCTV VMS. The TDSi team will be on hand to give advice and support. Mica will be joined on Stand L24 by TDSi’s French-based Technical Support Engineer, Thierry Tirmarche, to offer technical as well as sales assistance with any queries or specific technology needs that visitors may have. Expoprotection will give installers and security end users the perfect opportunity to see just what the industry has to offer as Mica concluded, “This event is perfect for understanding the latest technology and trends in the security industry. If you supply systems or use them to protect your business, and are able to attend, it will give you a great insight into the newest and best solutions on offer. We look forward to welcoming you on the TDSi stand and discussing how we can make your security stronger, more flexible and cost effective.”
Thierry will ensure that the customers continually have access to the technical support and assistance they need Integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi has appointed Thierry Tirmarche as its new Technical Support Engineer, based at the company's French headquarters at Noisy-Le-Grand, Paris. Strengthens TDSi's export team Mica Negrilic, TDSi's International Business Development Manager, who heads up TDSi's French operations commented, “We welcome Thierry to our growing French division. His arrival strengthens TDSi's export team and ensures that our customers continually have access to the technical support and assistance they need. Technical support in France makes it easier for those not proficient in English.” Reflecting upon his new position at TDSi, Thierry commented, “I am delighted to be joining the TDSi team and I am very excited to be working for this dynamic and growing company. The pace of technology development in the security sector is increasing all the time, so myself and the team will be on hand to advise and help our customers, in France and beyond, with any general or specific queries regarding TDSi systems and their integration with other security components.” Previous technical roles Before joining TDSi, Thierry held a number of technical roles for organisations such as VK Electronics, Innovation et Techniques Industrielles and Chubb Sécurité Electronique. His appointment is part of TDSi's continued export growth, which has also seen the recent appointment of Samia Dali in a business support role which covers both France and French-speaking Africa.