Tyco has partnered with ASSA Abloy Access Control – a UK division of ASSA Abloy – to enhance its C•CURE 9000 security and event management system.
ASSA Abloy Access Control’s latest Aperio wireless cylinders, PINpad escutcheon and L100 – dubbed the “world’s first complete wireless security lock” – have all been integrated within the latest Software House access control system.
Aperio is designed to upgrade mechanically locked doors and wirelessly connect them online and to new or existing access control systems. With minimal modification to doors and premises; Aperio offers a “cost-effective and simple” security upgrade solution for end users.
Rafael Schrijvers, product marketing manager for the EMEA region at Tyco Security Products, told Risk UK: “Our C•CURE 9000 system is one of the industry’s most powerful and flexible security management solutions, allowing end users to monitor events and manage their personnel.”
Schrijvers added: “Aperio is wireless and so avoids invasive cabling, allowing quick and easy installation that will not be intrusive. It’s a solution that’s ideal for installation within listed buildings and other heritage projects. We’ve already deployed the solution across a number of healthcare and education projects.”
Richard Hall, technical sales support manager at ASSA Abloy Access Control, said: “The integration of Aperio wireless technology brings added flexibility to the C•CURE 9000 system, allowing Tyco to extend wireless capability to any new or existing access control system without end users having to break the bank.”
*For further information on the complete Aperio product portfolio visit: www.assaasbloy.com/aperio