Maxxess will unveil an industry-leading number of off-the-shelf integrations with its eFusion security management platform
Maxxess will showcase an unsurpassed number of integrations within its eFusion™ security management platform at Intersec 2015 due to take place at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on 18-20 January. The global corporation recognised for its access control technology and extensive integration capabilities, will unveil new integration with world-leading security systems manufacturers at January’s Middle East exhibition.
On stand S1-C29, the Maxxess team will demonstrate how eFusion gives customers the freedom to choose the best equipment to meet their security challenges without being locked into proprietary systems. More than 50 different third party hardware products and software packages are already integrated into the eFusion platform, offering more technology options than any other solution available.
Lee Copland, Managing Director, Maxxess EMEA, noted, “eFusion gives our customers the complete freedom to choose best-of-breed technologies as well as accommodate both legacy hardware and the newest systems in video surveillance, intruder, fire, perimeter and building management. With a simple migration path from existing systems and inherent scalability, eFusion ensures customers adapt to changing threats, eliminate rip and replace, and protect their security investments.”
During Intersec, Maxxess will also unveil powerful eFusion integration with Salto’s Virtual Network access control as well as launching an interactive and online security consultant’s pack. The pack will feature everything consultants need to specify and design complete enterprise-wide security solutions from architecture diagrams, specifications sheets and pricing tools supported by customer success stories and marketing literature.
Intersec will also offer visitors their first glimpse of ambit, a revolutionary new system created to optimise security for the modern workplace. ambit empowers the most effective sensors on earth, an organisations people, whose instincts and observations extend security operations out into the field beyond the physical boundaries of traditional security systems.