Integrated Access Control and Security manufacturer TDSi says it has secured over 35,000 doors across 60+ NHS trusts and many other Healthcare facilities in its 40 years of history. The company has worked in the UK and worldwide using its British Designed and Manufactured Hardware and Software.
TDSi’s comprehensive GARDiS Portfolio of Access Control Solutions protects and secures your Buildings, Assets and People is getting a facelift with the soon-to-come launch of the new cloud-based GARDiSVU video management solution.
TDSi will unveile the cloud solution at The Security Show (TSE). Managing Director John Davies commented, “We are always excited to be appearing at The Security Event, but this year we have a particularly impressive array of new products to showcase to visitors. We are especially proud to launch our new GARDiSVU video management solution, which is TDSi’s first cloud-based CCTV offering. We will have a dedicated pod on Stand 4/G40 to demonstrate the system and its considerable abilities.”
GARDiSVU is a major project for TDSi and provides integration between the GARDiS software platform and the cloud computing engine and CCTV system from fellow VITAPROTECH Group member RECAS. Based upon the powerful Foxstream video analytics engine, GARDiSVU will be available in the UK and internationally, replacing the previous VUgarde solution with an industry-leading cloud-based alternative that fully embraces the flexibility and convenience of this approach.
The Security Event is also a great opportunity to learn more about the versatility and flexibility of TDSi’s highly secure GARDiS App. This provides a number of important features for security operators looking to access the GARDiS system via a mobile device, including People Management (add, edit, or delete users from access authorisation), Live Events information, Door Control, and Visual Verification.
The new Version 2.5 of TDSi’s GARDiS software features several new integrations with other systems/security providers, including Pelco’s VideoXpert, HikVision’s HikCentral platform, and Suprema’s biometric readers. New features include enhanced mantrap/air locking functionality and local anti-passback (across a reader or group of readers), departmental (as well as individual) default access levels and additional access permissions for specific groups’ egress buttons scheduling.