Assa Abloy's Success at Ifsec
Assa Abloy generated a ‘buzz’ at IFSEC 2016 through exhibiting its journey from mechanical to digital security.
Assa Abloy's stand was the busiest to date, with its leading brands, including, Yale, Assa Abloy, Abloy and Traka, showcasing their product breadth that comes from years of expertise in the industry.
The group’s pioneering, innovative and digital solutions were showcased, including Yale’s Smart Living range for the residential market that included a variety of standalone security products, such as smart locks.
Chris Bone, Vice President of Digital Access Solutions EMEA at Assa Abloy, said: “The Assa Abloy stand created a real buzz at IFSEC 2016. Our product innovation demonstrated how Assa Abloy has successfully navigated the journey from mechanical to digital security to create a connected future.
Visitors to our stand were really enthusiastic about how Assa Abloy is helping to drive the digital revolution that the security industry is experiencing. We took the opportunity to almost double the amount of leads from last year’s IFSEC. Since the show, many visitors have expressed enthusiasm about our digital offering, particularly our Smart Living range.
The emergence of connected living and smart homes as part of the Internet of Things development has been a major catalyst for the creation of smart door locks and accompanying products. At Assa Abloy we believe a smart home should always start with a smart door and are excited to continue our journey from mechanical to digital security.”
Jason Boyce, Strategic Business Development Manager at Gallagher Security, said: “We thoroughly enjoyed exhibiting alongside Assa Abloy at IFSEC 2016 and were able to demonstrate how the Aperio access control solution benefits us. We are committed to a close, working partnership with Assa Abloy as an OEM partner, enjoying trust, transparency and shared growth. This close relationship helps us to adapt and innovate in the midst of the digital revolution the security industry is currently experiencing.”