Trevor Ball

The rise of wireless and importance of integration

Trevor Ball of Allegion UK asks whether we truly understand the importance of seamless system integration in today’s shifting access control market. In today’s fast-paced digital age, we’re constantly subject to change – and it’s no different for access control. The world of access control is changing. Ask anyone active in the industry and the likelihood is that they’ll confirm a shift in landscape. Take a step back and you

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Brio 286DL locking handle added to expanding range of accessories enhancing dual point lock on folding door hardware

Allegion UK, a leader in safety and security, has added the 286DL locking handle to its established range of Brio dual point locks for exterior folding applications. It is ideal for both residential and commercial facilities, joining other Brio accessories for the 286 dual point lock used on Weatherfold 4s and 5c. Designed to ‘suite’ with Brio 288 lever furniture, the 286DL locking handle has been specifically design engineered to

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Allegion UK steps up to the challenge, raising awareness for fire safety

Allegion UK, a leading specialist in fire safety and security products and solutions, last week took an impressive 533,321 steps towards raising £500 in aid of Fire Door Safety Week (FDSW) and The Fire Fighters Charity. Using two treadmills, 35 employees from the Allegion UK team worked as one to take part in their corporate challenge to walk, run, jog or dance 500,000 steps in four days. During the challenge,

Allegion launches new-generation wireless mortise lock in the UK

Allegion UK, a leading specialist in fire safety and security hardware, has launched a new generation of wireless mortise lock in the UK. The Schlage LE mortise lock with ENGAGE™ technology has been developed specifically to extend effective electronic access control throughout the interior of a building, in addition to exterior doors, providing a single, secure locking device for the whole of a building. Ideal for multiple commercial settings, as

Cloud-based Access Control: Improving Security in More Ways Than One

Access control has always been at the forefront of building security. Traditionally, access control systems have come in the form of conventional lock and key methods, electronic systems or a combination of the two. Today, cloud-based systems are changing the market landscape, providing secondary security benefits to users across the UK. Trevor Ball, business development manager UK & Ireland at Allegion UK, provides insight into the physical security and cybersecurity

Cloud-based Access Control: Improving Security in More Ways Than One

Access control has always been at the forefront of building security. Traditionally, access control systems have come in the form of conventional lock and key methods, electronic systems or a combination of the two. Today, cloud-based systems are changing the market landscape, providing secondary security benefits to users across the UK. Trevor Ball, business development manager UK & Ireland at Allegion UK, provides insight into the physical security and cyber-security

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