TDSi will be meeting its South East Asia partners and customers at this year’s IFSEC South East Asia in Kuala Lumpur, from 11th-13th September, as well as introducing its products and services to a wider audience in the region. The company will be exhibiting its latest EXgarde 4.1 software at the show, which offers full access control integration with TDSi’s VUgarde2 IP CCTV software, Texecom’s Premier range of intruder alarms and Milestone’s video management software solutions.
John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi commented, “South East Asia is a key export region for TDSi and we are very excited to be catching up with our partners and contacts in Kula Lumpur next month. We already work extensively across Asia, in a number of territories including China, but we are also looking to make new contacts especially in emerging security markets such as Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Exports already account for an impressive 40% of our turnover, so exhibiting at key events is vital for us. IFSEC South East Asia is the perfect opportunity for customers and partners to meet the TDSi team and to see the latest integrated security products and specialist services that we have to offer. We very much look forward to seeing everyone there.”
As well as EXgarde 4.1, TDSi will also be showing a wide range of its latest integrated security solutions including its DIGIgarde PLUS access control reader, which features PIN, fingerprint or MIFARE card access control to offer the most flexible of security solutions (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. The stand will also feature TDSi’s EXpert controller range which 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.
As a globally recognised industrial security, fire and safety exhibition, IFSEC South East Asia 2013 will bring together over 6,000 suppliers, experts and buyers across the sector and showcase developments in the latest technologies. Buyers at the show come from the public sector, governmental as well as private commercial organisations – all looking for security solutions to use in education, healthcare and commercial buildings. The show is taking place as part of the ISF Expo & Forum event, a well-respected International Security & Safety Expo which has been running in Kuala Lumpur for 10 years.
More details: http://www.tdsi.co.uk