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Access Control Innovations With Maxxess At IFSEC 2010

MAXxess Systems : 23 February, 2010  (New Product)
Wireless lock control and the integration of access control systems with surveillance using eFusion software are among the demonstrations being made at the Maxxess stand in Hall 4 at the IFSEC event in Birmingham in May
Access Control Innovations With Maxxess At IFSEC 2010
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Maxxess Systems will demonstrate its commitment to create new sales opportunities for its worldwide network of dealers, installers and system integrators with the introduction at IFSEC 2010 of a number of innovative additions to its security management software and access control product offerings.

Among the many reasons why visitors to IFSEC should make their way to the Maxxess stand H20 in hall 4 will be:

* Version 5.2 of eFusion, a software platform which allows installers to effortless integrate access control with badging and CCTV systems. eFusion incorporates the most extensive library of video integration protocols available.

* An advanced family of eMAX Mercury controllers including the new EP1501 'edge 'controller.

* An industry-unique eMAX Mercury controller which can control wireless locks.

* New OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol) access control readers which offer bi-directional communications to monitor a reader's status and the real time control of text displays.

"The integration of the Mercury platform with our integrated security management software has given a tremendous boost to our development programme," Lee Copland, Managing Director of Maxxess Systems EMEA. "In addition to the above innovations, we are planning to unveil a number of other surprises which we are keeping under wraps until IFSEC 2010."

Visitors to Maxxess stand will also have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of the full range of eFusion security management software modules. Individually the ten modules address specific security integration issues but when working together they provide a sophisticated global integrated security management software solution.

"We officially launched eFusion at IFSEC 2009. Since then our software engineers have upgraded several of the modules so that we can now truly offer clients a very powerful but easy to implement set of integration tools," said Lee Copland. "eFusion provides users with a business advantage as it allows them to respond quickly to events, make more informed decisions, make better use of manpower and share information throughout their organisation, whilst dramatically cutting their security costs."
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