Nedap and Touchless Biometric Systems (TBS) hosted the first Security Integration Forum in the Middle East. The event, held at the Conrad hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, brought together leading technology businesses and experts. The aim was to enable discussion of the latest security industry trends and potential collaborations and showcase advanced technologies and integrations.
The highlight of this first Security Integration Forum was the live experience area. There, was a live demo of a smart building, where attendees could experience seamless integrations of technologies from TBS, and other manufacturers, with Nedap’s AEOS access control. It was also an opportunity to learn more about the commercial and operational value offered by AEOS and TBS integrations.
The integrations on show were from best-of-breed solution providers and security equipment manufactures. This includes Milestone Systems, Axis communications, CNL Software, Samsotech, Traka, Assa Abloy and Boon Edam, as well as Nedap Identification Systems.
The scenarios and features available to experience included End-to-end security for access control, Visitor identification and verification using biometrics, Visitor registration and management, Vehicle identification, Key and asset management, Wireless access control using online and offline locks, Video management systems and CCTV and Physical security information management.
Jochem van Ruijven, Managing Director at Nedap FZE said: “With this event, we aim to display the incredible strength and expertise of each participating technology partner. All of the businesses involved will present the technology trends in their business area and market. It’s an amazing opportunity for security industry experts in the Middle East to come together and get to know the people behind the leading security manufacturers. Not to mention the chance to identify new opportunities and partnerships for their business.”
CEO of TBS and co-host of the Security Integration Forum, Alex Zarrabi, said: “More than ever before, decision makers must provide both security and convenience. This calls for integrated rather than isolated solutions. Navigating the maze of technologies and interoperability takes more time than people have available. But during a few hours at our forum, decision makers can experience what happens when best-of-breed security manufacturers join forces to solve their challenges.”
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