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Hardware line adds flexibility to software-based security management platform

Nedap Security Management : 05 November, 2014  (New Product)
Nedap is introducing the AEOS Blue hardware line, its sixth generation of AEOS controller. This new generation of controller builds on the software-based AEOS Security Management Platform. The AEOS Blue is a self-contained, energy-efficient, powerful hardware line consisting of door controller, door interface and power.
Hardware line adds flexibility to software-based security management platform
Notable features include include the control of air locks and revolving gates. No additional investments in new access control hardware are required: the controller is compatible with PoE+. Power is provided through the existing network infrastructure, saving on installation costs and eliminating separate power feeds.
 
The world of security is constantly changing. Organisations must deal with changing technologies, increasing regulations and tighter budgets. Hence, once installed, additional security features can be added to the AEOS Blue at any time. For example, the comprehensive selection of AEOS software components allow secure doors to be customised easily for holding areas and camera surveillance.
 
The software licensing model has also been completely redesigned and simplified, to aid the calculation and design of security and make the price more competitive.
 
“Nedap believes that the best security systems are designed as IT systems. That’s why 15 years ago, we decided to separate software and hardware on the controller. That means we can not only define the functionality of the hardware through the software, but can also easily adapt that functionality to changing requirements and needs, just as you would expect from your computer,” says Albert Dercksen, Manager Research & Development of Nedap.
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