What to expect from ASSA ABLOY at the Security Essen event

  • 5 Sep 2018

ASSA ABLOY is set to present its connected access control solutions designed to protect the buildings and businesses of the future at this month’s Security Essen event (25th-28th September).

A 22-page Wireless Access Report from IFEC Global, ASSA ABLOY and IHS Markit, will be available on ASSA ABLOY’s stand for free (Hall 3, Stand D80), discussing how the market is changing in terms of access control and how it will affect your business in the future.

In addition, you can expect to see ASSA ABLOY’s wireless access control system, Aperio®, at the show on the ASSA ABLOY stand and the Nedap and Axis stands, as OEM partners. Aperio® is built on an open platform, to enable seamless integration with security and building management solutions from more than 100 different OEMs. 

ASSA ABLOY will also be showcasing its CLIQ® access control ecosystem that combines patent-protected mechanical cylinders, programmable keys and the convenience and features of electronic access control. CLIQ® is suitable for most buildings, from small offices to sensitive utilities and critical infrastructure sites.

For small to medium-sized businesses, CLIQ® Go supports managers in administering an access system on the move and in the cloud. Lost keys are easy to revoke via the CLIQ® Go app, which we designed for a non-specialist to operate without difficulty, making it very efficient and user-friendly.

For managing a large business with remote sites or a mobile workforce (or both), CLIQ® Remote with CLIQ® Connect is the tailor-made solution. The multiple award-winning* CLIQ® Connect solution enables mobile workers or contractors to keep their access permissions up-to-date in real time with just a CLIQ® Connect key and a Bluetooth® -enabled smartphone. More secure access rights with very short validity become much easier to administer via the CLIQ® Connect app.

ASSA ABLOY will also present the Code Handle®. This device secures access to sensitive doors with a numerical keypad built into a standard mechanical locking handle. Users unlock very simply with a pre-programmed 4- to 6-digit numerical code. The Code Handle® is battery powered and easy to retrofit on existing interior doors.

Visit the ASSA ABLOY stand for yourself at Security Essen 2018: Hall 3, Stand D80. You can also view and download the report here.

ASSA ABLOY,
School Street,
Willenhall,
West Midlands,
WV13 3PW
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)845 071 0882

Visit ASSA ABLOY's website

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