ASSA ABLOY continued to impress at IFSEC 2012

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ASSA ABLOY continued its winning formula at IFSEC 2012, with a range of industry-leading technology-based security and access control solutions, including its popular Aperio™ enabling technology and the award winning WatchLock high security padlock.

Aperio™ uses smart technology to enable the wireless conversion of mechanical locks into existing access control systems with minimal door modification. Since 2011, It has been enhanced to offer a Premium escutcheon to secure fire and escape routes and become the first e-lock solution available globally to support 125Khz and trusted RFID technology.

ASSA ABLOY’s WatchLock was recognized in this year’s Security Awards, winning Physical Security Product of the Year.  WatchLock™ from Mul-T-Lock combines a high security padlock, GPS locating system and SIM card based communication technologies to provide real time event and location information through email, text message or web based application.

ASSA ABLOY also demonstrated CLIQ Remote; an internet-based security management system that allows programming of cylinders, padlocks and keys to provide remote access control across disparate sites requiring high levels of security within existing master key systems.

Matt Thomas for ASSA ABLOY Access Control, said: “IFSEC has once again proven to be a huge success for ASSA ABLOY, to display our latest products portfolio and demonstrate to the industry how we are continually enhancing our range to meet end user requirements.

“The sporting and regal celebrations over the summer months make 2012 one of the most important years for all aspects of security. ASSA ABLOY has continued despite the difficult economic climate to enhance our existing Aperio™ technology and continued to introduce innovative new products such as Mul-T-Lock’s WatchLock and we’re delighted this was recognized at IFSEC 2012 and the Security Awards.”


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