Abloy UK will be displaying its range of locking solutions that help achieve dynamic lockdown, and presenting a seminar on using innovation and technology for mitigating risk, at IFSEC 2017.
Abloy UK will be on stand C1560 in the Borders & Infrastructure area of IFSEC, held on 20-22 June 2017 at ExCel London.
Head of CNI at Abloy UK, Steve Wintle, said: “We want to get face-to-face with visitors at IFSEC to discuss the bespoke solutions we can provide to organisations looking for a compliant patented access control system.”
Steve will host the seminar at the Borders & Infrastructure theatre on Wednesday 21st June between 14:20 – 15:10.
Abloy offers solutions for various sectors including Energy, Transport, Airports, Ports, Communications, Banking and Finance & Critical National Infrastructure.
Abloy UK’s complete, compliant locking solutions adhere to the current British Standards, including EN13637 Building Hardware (electrically controlled exit systems for use on escape routes); EN179 Emergency Escape (for when the building occupants are aware of the building environment); and EN1125 Panic Escape (for environments used by the general public).
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