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Abloy UK present adaptable access control

by Geny Caloisi

Abloy UK’s wide range of digital, electromechanical and mechanical products in Abloy’s portfolio can be combined in a variety of ways to meet virtually any requirements.

This allows Abloy to specify a tailored solution to provide flexible, scalable and compliant security, and help control the movement of people in a wide range of building types and applications.

Pat Jefferies, Commercial Director at Abloy UK, said: “There’s currently a high demand for adaptable access control, with flexible working more commonplace across a range of industries.What’s more, we’re seeing an increase in popularity for solutions that utilise mobile credentials to accommodate the changing and increasingly complex requirements.

“Studies show that over two-thirds of organisations will have adopted mobile access control to some extent within two years, as these systems help to meet security challenges, but also offer additional benefits in relation to health and safety, compliance, and efficiency.

“For our business operations and for our clients, sustainability is a key focus. We prioritise meeting our own sustainability targets, and ensure the solutions we specify on behalf of our customers create a more sustainable future for their organisation too.”

Incedo Business is a flexible security ecosystem that combines ASSA ABLOY’s extensive range of wireless locks and access hardware with flexible software, multiple management options and the ability to scale on demand, in any direction. It offers remote control of a premises to manage the ever-changing movement of people across multiple sites.

To meet increasing demand for mobile credentials, Abloy has recently launched ASSA ABLOY’s Incedo Business Mobile Keys that offer secure mobile access, simplified management and user convenience and efficiency.

Aperio technology offers cost-effective, integrated access control, and is the ideal retrofit option to update an existing access control system to wire-free, providing a simple, intelligent way to upgrade the controllability and security level of a premises.

SMARTair utilises electronic locks to provide advanced, user-friendly access management with multiple credential options. In addition to the Openow mobile solution which enables the sending, revoking and updating of virtual keys over the air in seconds, Abloy will be featuring the i-max electronic escutcheon ideal for areas of high traffic use and the i-gate digital padlock, that you lock and unlock with your mobile phone.

eCLIQ is a retro-fit solution to control the movement of people, and allows access to be easily granted, changed and removed while providing a wide range of data for health and safety purposes.

ASSA ABLOY PULSE is an intelligent, energy harvesting, future-proof solution you can install new or retro-fit in existing sites, which is suitable for a wide range of environments, from schools to assisted living blocks and multi-resident apartments.

CIPE Manager from Abloy is the ideal platform to manage locking solutions protecting assets at critical infrastructure sites. CIPE brings together a keyless solution with electromechanical and mechanical keys, allowing organisations to manage all their keys, locks and access rights from any location, with a user-friendly, cloud-based management system.

CIPE Manager connects with every locking solution in Abloy’s digital portfolio, including the BEAT keyless Bluetooth padlock, the electromechanical PROTEC2 CLIQ system, as well as Abloy’s high-security mechanical master key systems.

Abloy also offers compliant Low Energy Electric Locks, which only consume energy when the lock is being used, in contrast to magnetic locks which require a constant electric current 24/7/365 to keep the door locked. These Electric Locks have an annual energy consumption of 0.02kWh compared to 52.0kWh per year for those reliant on magnets.

Abloy will be at stand IF4435 at IFSEC International 2022 on 17- 19 May 2022 at ExCeL London.

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