Assa Abloy: Stay Connected, Stay Secure at Intersec 2017
08.12.2016 - At Intersec in Dubai, Assa Abloy will highlight integrated, wireless, IoT-powered access control for businesses and homes. Among the innovations in commercial and residential acces...
At Intersec in Dubai, Assa Abloy will highlight integrated, wireless, IoT-powered access control for businesses and homes. Among the innovations in commercial and residential access control exhibited in Sheikh Saeed Hall 2, Stand H12, are: Key-based wireless access control: Cliq is a security locking system based on high-end microelectronics, programmable keys, cylinders and padlocks. For mobile phones the Cliq Go app enables managers of small and medium-sized businesses to administer security and access rights on the move, from anywhere in the world. A few taps of a screen is all it takes to revoke, supervise or amend an individual’s access rights. Cliq Connect enables streamlined workflows for a larger organization’s mobile workforce.
Aperio wireless access control: Aperio battery-powered wireless locks integrate seamlessly with third-party access control systems from several market-leading manufacturers, allowing companies to extend access control to more doors without breaking the bank. Aperio components include online and offline wireless cylinders and escutcheons, wireless security locks and dedicated server rack locks. Live integrations at the company’s booth with Nedap and Axis systems demonstrate Aperio in action.
Residential smart connected door locks: The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to make inroads in the consumer sector, and ASSA ABLOY already has a range of domestic smart door locks on the market — many distributed internationally by the Yale brand. The Yale portfolio features both stand-alone and integration-ready connected locks, including Entr, which allows users to unlock their front door with a smartphone, PIN code, remote control or fingerprint. The manufacturer’s smart door locks are compatible with all major global door formats. These innovative locks can also work with multiple smart-home platforms, including Samsung SmartThings, the UK’s O2 Home, innogy SmartHome in Germany, Pronet in Turkey and many others — allowing homeowners to control several domestic functions from a single app or interface.
Sheikh Saeed Hall 2, Stand H12