Abloy and dynamic lockdown at UK Security Expo
Security expert Abloy UK is inviting visitors to Stand L19 at the UK Security Expo 2017 to discuss the latest innovations in access control technology and how compliant escape solutions can contribute to dynamic lockdown.
Taking place on 29-30th November 2017 at London’s Olympia Centre, UK Security Expo is the premier global security showcase.
The risk of terrorism has increased significantly in recent years, posing a security challenge for many organisations. Procedures must be developed to provide a quick response to any fast-moving incident, to make sure sites can be dynamically locked down.
Access control alone really works if all elements of the solution work together including the basic door function, otherwise security and safety can be compromised especially if a non-compliant locking device is used.
Steve Wintle, Head of CNI at Abloy UK, will be leading a seminar on ‘Mitigating Risk using Innovation and Technology’, and visitors are invited to the Technology Workshop Theatre at 12.45pm on 29th November to learn more about solutions to the challenges faced in achieving dynamic lockdown, and innovative new products available.
These include Abloy’s range of high quality compliant locking solutions, including low energy electric locks, LPCB-rated padlocks, and its revolutionary PROTEC2 CLIQ Connect system.
PROTEC2 CLIQ is a cloud-hosted security management solution that allows for the remote management of diverse or large electronic master-keyed sites at any time, from anywhere in the world.
The system provides comprehensive audit trails on cylinders and padlocks, recording who used each key, where and when, with the ability to remove permissions quickly and easily for lost or stolen keys from the system, thereby providing secure key management at all times.
The latest innovation of the system – CLIQ Connect – utilises a revolutionary highly encrypted online management system that uses advanced Bluetooth 4.0 technology, enabling users to update keys wirelessly from their smartphone.
Steve Wintle commented: “The risk of terrorism is higher than ever before, with threats ranging from unsophisticated and random individuals to pre-meditated terrorist groups.
“The danger may be located directly at a premises and/or in the surrounding vicinity, so its vital areas can be zoned off to prevent the attackers from accessing them, and also stop people moving into zones that may be dangerous.
“Abloy has a range of different systems available that not only aid with dynamic lockdown, but also allow for easy egress in the event of a terror attack.”
For further information on products and services available from Abloy UK, visit www.abloy.co.uk