ASSA ABLOY’s range of unique wireless door management technology, Smartair, will be on display at IFSEC 09 at the NEC 11-14 May. Visitors will be able to see demonstrations of how the range of robust, flexible and easily-installed RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) access control systems can be used with almost every application.
Smartair is an advanced contact-free access control solution – specifically developed to offer a cost-effective and simple way to upgrade from traditional mechanical security. It allows the user to simply present their card in the proximity of the lock to gain access.
While ASSA ABLOY has tailored specific Smartair products for the education and healthcare markets, the secure all-in-one access solution is scalable from one to many thousands of units, making it ideal for organisations of all sizes. And, because each unit is standalone and has no wiring, installation is quick and easy.
Smartair is managed centrally from a PC, allowing for much greater control over management of door security. Programming and time restrictions are easily incorporated while each user has a unique identity, enabling comprehensive tracking and monitoring of door usage.
The Smartair range has a wide range of applications with products from ASSA ABLOY Group companies such as Abloy UK, Mul-T-Lock and ASSA. The Smartair Standalone from Mul-T-Lock provides SMEs with an access control solution to help offer a secure and safe working environment while software and hardware in the ASSA and Abloy UK portfolio offers the Wirefree Proximity Access Control System with update on card or update online functions for maximum flexibility.
Smartair is a seamlessly integrated security system that protects the company’s assets offering many of the benefits associated with high-end access control products.
Visitors to the ASSA ABLOY stand at E10 in Hall 3 will be able to see a range of Smartair products on display. For more information and to book an appointment with a representative on the stand please email: firstname.lastname@example.org