IT and security experts join forces to offer wireless access control solutions for end users

The Intelligent Technology Division of NBM Distribution – namely iTECH – is now distributing Netgenium’s IP access control solution that’s integrated with ASSA Abloy Access Control’s Aperio technology.

ASSA Abloy Access Control is a UK division of ASSA Abloy, the global specialist in door opening solutions that has worked with Netgenium to offer wireless access control as an additional option to the PolicyServer system for over two years now.

The latest Aperio wireless cylinders, PINpad escutcheon and L100 as well as KS100 have all been integrated into the IP access control solution.

Aperio is designed to upgrade mechanically-locked doors and wirelessly connect them online to new or existing access control systems. With minimal modification required for doors and premises alike, Aperio offers a cost-effective and simple security upgrade for end users.

Paul Anderson, managing director at Netgenium, said: “The alliance between our three companies is perfect. NBM Distribution and its iTECH Division understands data networking and IP technologies. It’s able to support its resellers throughout the UK who understand the physical layer from a network infrastructure perspective. For their part, ASSA Abloy Access Control’s Aperio solutions add flexibility to the PolicyServer system, providing a highly cost-effective alternative to our high-end wired solution. The Aperio solution also integrates with all other aspects of the intelligent building via PolicyServer. These include PoE audio, CCTV integration, PoE LED lighting and IP-based lighting control.”

Danny Kindell, managing director at NBM and technical lead of the iTECH Division, added: “We’ve recently expanded an innovative IP technology product range to complement our existing core capabilities of supplying data cabling solutions. Partnering with Netgenium and ASSA Abloy Access Control increases the quality of our offer by dint of providing flexible IP products that realise intelligent building management and unified communications.”

Damian Marsh, managing director at ASSA Abloy Access Control, stated: “Aperio IP wireless hubs register and authenticate with PolicyServer over the IP network, ensuring that none of the benefits of intelligent building integration are lost. Each wireless hub can support up to eight locksets via a wireless connection. PolicyServer can support multiple wireless hubs.”

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