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The new SMARTair Lock puts advanced electronic access control into a familiar format

Now you can combine the advanced access control of a wireless electronic escutcheon with the intelligence and superior security of an electromechanical mortise lock With a robust design, the new SMARTair Lock is built to secure doors where high daily traffic and a large number of access events are all in a day’s work. This new wireless device in the SMARTair product range is built around three main elements. The

Real-time functionality can put access control managers in total control

This provides options for the user that did not exist previously and can help to enhance security in vulnerable areas. What could real-time access control do for your building security? In an instant, upgrading to real-time control boosts the intelligence of an access system, relaying live event reports and enabling you to change the security status of any door or user at any time. Real-time access control with wireless online

ASSA ABLOY opening solutions events ‘Unlock Compliance’ for Fire Door Safety Week 2019

Fire doors are often the first line of defence in a fire, yet the strict specification, maintenance and management of these doorsets is still not fully understood. This is something that ASSA ABLOY is passionate about changing. So, to coincide with Fire Door Safety Week 2019 (September 23-29), ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland will be hosting two dedicated events to help people responsible for fire doors, unlock compliance

The new SMARTair® Knob Cylinder: one small change has changed everything

Style, intelligence and robustness come together in the new SMARTair® Knob Cylinder from ASSA ABLOY. Part of the SMARTair® access control system, this intelligent device with integrated RFID reader is now more resistant to attack. It comes in elegant, contemporary finishes and colours, upgrading aesthetics and functionality in equal measure. It quickly upgrades almost any existing regular door to an access-controlled door — without any drilling. The new Knob Cylinder

Aperio®: 10 years of trust and innovation in wireless access control

Increasingly, access control is viewed as a wireless technology, as one recent market report* shows. Based on a 2018 survey of senior security professionals, the “Wireless Access Control Report” reveals almost 4 in 10 access control systems include wireless technology in their set-up. At places without wireless devices protecting their doors, twice as many already plan to add wireless locks as do not. The myth that wireless technology is not

Access control options? Wireless doesn't tie you down

As one recent market report highlights, more and more organisations are switching to wireless access control to secure premises. Their motivations are well rehearsed. Wireless devices offer greater flexibility without sacrificing security. With integrated RFID readers, they are easy to retrofit to existing doors and buildings, giving security managers much more control over a site. And because they are battery powered and use almost no electricity when idle, wireless access

In France, SMARTair access control plays a key role in school safety planning

That’s why regulations in France stipulate schools must verify the identity of everyone who enters. And the gate is where SMARTair now begins its work at Lycée Kreisker, in Brittany. This large, mixed-age school had high standards for a prospective new access control system. The security of the site and safety of students and staff who use it every day was a must. The school also wanted to get rid

Code Handle: the secure PIN-locking handle you can install yourself

Code Handle is a secure handle with a built-in PIN keypad. It adds reliable electronic security to any sensitive interior door. With Code Handle, you don’t need an expensive access control system. There are no cumbersome keys to carry or track. Its secure PIN code makes sure only authorised people can unlock your door. Press a PIN code on the handle’s keypad and the door opens. Close the door and your

The right access control technology makes schools safer — and doesn’t cost the earth

On a daily basis, schools attract thieves and unwanted intruders – one report suggests almost half of UK schools experienced technology theft in the last three years. Computer theft from schools is so prevalent, even the World Bank has addressed it. Better security and access management, of course, is the solution. Security is also an enabler for innovation. Without flexible security, developments in technical education like BYOD (Bring Your Own

The Security Event to provide world-class platform for the UK security market – backed by ten of the industry’s leading companies

The Security Event has built a platform which is truly designed by the industry, for the industry, with game-changing collaborations with manufacturers, distributors, service providers, associations and industry leaders, industry media and complementary events. Spearheading this approach, a truly outstanding group of global companies has been selected from a range of disciplines to help shape this game-changing new exhibition. The Security Event is proud to have support of its ten

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