Integrated security solutions manufacturer TDSi will be exhibiting at the APS Specialist Safety/Security Exhibition at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris from the 24th to 26th September 2013. TDSi will be showcasing its new EXgarde 4.1 Integrated Access Control software (which includes CCTV and intruder alarm integration), DIGIgarde PLUS biometric readers, MICROgarde and EXpert controllers, alongside its complete range of access control solutions.
Alan Hardy, Export Director at TDSi commented, “APS offers an excellent opportunity to have direct contact with our customers and to maintain our close links with safety and security buyers and specifiers from across France and Europe. We will be showing our latest products and services with the highlight of our stand this year being EXgarde 4.1, our recently launched fully integrated security management software. We’ll be showing visitors how it can be combined with TDSi’s VUgarde2 IP CCTV software, Texecom’s Premier range of intruder alarms and Milestone’s video management software solutions to offer a single point of control from access, CCTV and alarm systems”. Mica Negrillic, Support Technique et Commercial adds, “The French security market is showing keen interest in fully integrated security systems and EXgarde 4.1 gives any organisation the ability to synchronise its employee database and IT security protocols with the physical security of its facilities, to ensure complete visibility and control over all parts of the business.”
Alongside EXgarde 4.1, TDSi will be demonstrating a selection of its hardware portfolio, including biometric readers and MICROgarde and Expert controllers. TDSi’s DIGIgarde PLUS access control reader features PIN, fingerprint or MIFARE card access control to offer the most flexible of security solutions. With a high resolution scanner, DIGIgarde PLUS provides maximum usability and is ideal for control of access points including Time & Attendance clocking stations. Also on show will be the MICROgarde controller, TDSi’s entry level range of networkable controllers that allow the user to enjoy many of the benefits of much bigger systems, without the need for the big budget. TDSi’s EXpert range offers a fully featured access control unit that boasts a high specification with a capacity of up to 48,000 cards – ideal for applications with high user volumes such as health, education and commercial buildings.
APS attracts an excellent mix of both users and suppliers of security products and services, with 130 exhibitors and over 6,200 visitors. Held close to the centre of Paris and the River Seine, APS attracts visitors looking for the latest in security products and innovations.
More details: http://www.tdsi.co.uk