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New access control solutions to be launched by SALTO at IFSEC 2011
 SALTO Systems are world leaders in advanced battery powered wireless access control
SALTO will exhibit its diverse range of access control solutions at IFSEC 2011 

At IFSEC this year SALTO Systems will be showcasing a number of brand new access control products, including the SALTO GEO global electronic opening cylinder and the latest versions of the AElement RFID designer lock that can be opened with an NFC (Near Field Communications) equipped smart phone!

So visit SALTO on stand C120 Hall 4 at IFSEC 2011, NEC Birmingham, 16-19 May 2011, and see the latest in stand alone access control innovation at its best. SALTO Systems are world leaders in advanced battery powered wireless access control. They have a passion for access control technology. That's why we're constantly improving on today's technology and creating the breakthroughs that will shape tomorrow.

They specialise in combining individual products into one integrated security solution enabling end users to ‘throw away their keys' and create totally keyless buildings that are smart to own, operate and manage.

At IFSEC 2011, visitors can take a closer look at SALTO's diverse product range including our innovative new stand alone wireless access control system that provides all the benefits of  real time access control without the need to wire any doors. See how SALTO electronic locker locks are designed to provide a high level of security protection and control access to a wide range of lockers, cupboards, display cabinets, boxes, cases and more. And they can see the new SALTO SALLIS Lock Link System a brand new wireless technology that permits, through a very simple integration, the use of SALTO stand alone on-line devices together with other access control platforms.

Marc Handels, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at SALTO Systems, says "The world is going wireless and people need to trust the technology, networks, facilities and services they are using. That's why our team of access control experts will be at IFSEC to demonstrate and explain how users can manage up to 64,000 thousand doors and up to 4 million users on a single system. So come and see us and discover why every day we're striving to develop breakthrough ideas, and working hard to stay connected to our customers and what's most important to them."

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