Security expert Abloy UK is inviting visitors to IFSEC 2019, to learn more about its innovative new global vision, ‘Abloy – For Trust’, and meet the company’s new brand ambassador, Finnish F1 icon Valtteri Bottas.
From 18 – 20 June at ExCeL London, IFSEC International is Europe’s leading security event and the only global stage committed to the future of integrated security.
Valtteri Bottas – who is currently top of the 2019 Formula 1 standings – will be on the stand to explain why he is the ideal match to embrace and reflect Abloy’s brand values.
Aaron Yule, MD at Abloy UK, commented: “Abloy’s ‘For Trust’ campaign revitalises our core brand values and positions us for continued future growth, with refreshed branding to better represent our modern digital offering.
“We’re keen for visitors to learn more about how Valtteri fits perfectly with our brand – he is trustworthy, technologically pioneering, innovative, has a first-class performance and puts teamwork at the heart of everything he does.”
Alongside launching ‘For Trust’ with Valtteri, Abloy is also showcasing a number of innovative products at IFSEC 2019. These include:
The easy-to-use access control system. It enables remote key management and provides comprehensive audit trails on locks and padlocks which fulfils the demands of regulators.
It also has the ability to electronically remove lost or stolen keys from the system, meaning security can still be confidently maintained in circumstances where a key has been misplaced.
PROTEC2 CLIQ® can also ensure the safety of the people on site through not just managing and controlling access but delivering significant health and safety benefits by guaranteeing only the most competent and compliant staff are allowed on site, reducing risk.
Connect recently won a prestigious Platinum ‘Govie’ Award in the USA, honoured as an outstanding government security product.
The CLIQ® Go app enables users to control security in their building and premises from their mobile device. Features include the ability to schedule access to rooms or give contractors time-limited access.
If a key is lost, access can also be revoked using the CLIQ Go app, all managed from a cloud-based system which is ideal for SME’s, Education, Retail and Hotels.
This is a contemporary, modular and scalable operating system, integrated with CLIQ® Web Manager, that allows users to control door environments and secure access.
The visual map-based user interface provides role and area-based access control, with a real time situational view.
This accurate and convenient management of keys, identities and access reduces the resources required, thereby improving efficiency and user satisfaction. The system is Cloud hosted, and is future-proofed to develop according to customer needs.
The EDS offers easy access and egress while ensuring compliance, safety and security with the ability to implement dynamic lockdown procedures.
With the EDS, it is now possible to provide a compliant solution for an escape door when read-in / read-out access control is specified, combining the three components required for BS EN 13637 (electronically controlled escape door systems for doors along escape routes) – Blocking, Control and Trigger.
Traka21 is a sophisticated stand-alone key management system which combines innovative RFID technology and attractive, robust design to provide small and medium sizes businesses with the advanced management of keys or keysets in an affordable plug and play unit.
Simple, efficient and cost-effective, Traka21 helps trace and account for every key or keyset, which are individually locked in place, ensuring that critical business operations are never jeopardised.
Products such as the Abloy EL560 solenoid lock and EL520 motorised lock work by controlling either the latch or the handle, or by motorising the bolt back once a proximity card is presented or a request to exit device is used.
This ensures that only authorised personnel are able to gain access to the building, and the system will prevent any unauthorised persons from entering.
This is ideal for exit and fire rated doors within the interior of premises such as business offices, public buildings, hospitals and schools.
Electric locks also offer energy and emission reductions in comparison to door magnets. There are also safety benefits to be gained by choosing an electric solution, including removing the fire risks associated with the installation of door magnets on fire escape points.
To view the ‘Abloy – For Trust’ launch video and for more information on the Valtteri Bottas collaboration, click here
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