A packed exhibition stand at IFSEC 2012 once again provided an excellent forum for SALTO Systems, world leaders in advanced stand alone battery powered wire free and wireless access control solutions, to showcase its latest innovations to a growing marketplace.
Great interest was shown in the company’s latest technological advances; all displayed in a range of themed workstation areas. These demonstrated the many solutions suitable for end users in corporate building, education and healthcare sectors while two other zones were dedicated to integration solutions and SALTO’s ever expanding partnerships with high end integration and technology solutions partners.
“It was great that we had a constant stream of visitors to our stand during all four days of the show,” says Marc Handels, Vice President Marketing and Sales of SALTO Systems. “This level of interest gave us a great opportunity to build relationships with potential new customers as well as strengthen ties with existing users.
Access control solutions provide a safe, professional and cost-effective way to help security and facilities managers keep their buildings secure. And impressively, security managers from several large corporations who have specified SALTO into their new build and upgrade projects made a point of coming to the show specifically to see us, as did security consultants, architects and security installers. All of them wanted to find out how SALTO’s latest advances in access control technology could help them to respond to market demand for improved key control by creating easy to manage, cost effective keyless buildings.”
Visitors to the SALTO stand also had the opportunity to use the new XS4 keypad lock which offers users a choice of security authentication methods to control access including proximity card, combined use of a PIN code and a proximity card or a separate keypad code. Joining it were the new AMOK lock designed for use in the educational environment, and new iCare box and BioCote anti microbial coating technology for the healthcare industry.