Paxton has opened a state-of-the-art product test centre at its Global Head Office, in Brighton. This new investment allows Paxton and other businesses to test products during the manufacturing phase. The robust testing equipment will increase the quality and durability of the products. The company has transformed its warehouse space into the world-class Paxton Test Facility. This means, Paxton now provides a space to carry out compliance and environmental testing.
The market leader of access control and door entry solutions, Paxton, have made the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For list for the third year running, ranking at 75. “A company that puts in the time and effort to build a great company culture and office environment.” – Anonymous employee feedback Paxton pride themselves on their company culture, offering a modern working environment and an extensive benefits package
Paxton has announced the integration of its networked access control system, Net2, with Hanwha Techwin’s newest video management system, Wisenet WAVE. The integration means Net2 users are able to instantly view event-driven video captured by high-definition IP network cameras connected to Wisenet WAVE. Available via a free Net2 plug-in, the integration also allows users to visually verify anyone attempting to gain access to a site, as well as provide video
Students from the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex studying engineering, product design, maths, computing and physics were invited to the Paxton Scholarship Open Day ahead of the application process opening. They were given a tour Paxton’s state-of-the-art technology centre, shown its diverse range of access control products, heard from CEO Adam Stroud and had the opportunity to talk to its four current scholars, who have just started
Paxton has supported DIY SOS: The Big Build BBC Children in Need Special with a major project to help homeless young people. BBC One’s popular renovation show was in Blackburn in September to convert an old church hall into much-needed emergency accommodation for the charity, Nightsafe. Paxton, which designs and manufactures security systems, donated a range of products from its Net2 access control system, including readers, wireless electronic door handles
Paxton’s next generation access control and video management solution, Paxton10, officially launched to the UK market on November 4, 2019. Available from Paxton’s approved UK distributors, customers can now start benefitting from the easy-to-install yet powerful system, which combines access control and video management on a single platform. Features include: Paxton10 smart credentials – in-built Bluetooth® wireless technology allowing smartphones or smartwatches to be used in place of traditional keys or
Paxton’s Net2Entry system has received a coveted police accreditation, confirming it meets the highest standards for security and design. Secured by Design, a national police crime initiative, is awarded to products that meet established security requirements – signposting people to companies and products that meet high standards to deter and reduce crime. In gaining the accreditation, Paxton has now become an SBD Member. SBD Development Officer Lyn Poole
Paxton has launched a new global website, with exciting new features and pages, all based on installer feedback. Created to be a one-stop-shop for everything needed to install, sell and work with Paxton systems, the site has a modern design, easy navigation and improved content and search facilities. It’s now simple to see solutions for a range of markets, browse real-life installations, watch tutorial videos and quickly sign up for
Paxton has launched a new web-based user interface for its market-leading access control system Net2. Net2Online makes Net2 accessible from any device with an internet connection, giving users ultimate flexibility and ownership of the system – wherever they are. It comes as a free feature with Paxton’s Net2 Pro software. This ensures Net2 Pro is future proofed, while making site access for users even easier. Five useful features will allow
Paxton has trained more than 2,000 installers across the world already this year, meaning a record first quarter – and enabling more people than ever to use Paxton products. This means the company is well on the way to meeting its ambitious target of training 10,000 installers in 2019, which would represent a 14% increase from 2018 – itself a record year which saw 5,000 installers trained in Europe alone.