LAS VEGAS, NV, March 28, 2012 — ASSA ABLOY is highlighting 46 new products that are new to ISC West 2012. At the heart of this year’s innovative and impressive array of solutions, is Aperio, a wireless technology that connects multiple door or cabinet openings to an existing electronic access control system. The Mobile Innovation Showroom (MIS) will also be at the booth, available for full demonstrations of the new and most popular ASSA ABLOY products.
“This year at ISC West we’re pushing the Aperio wireless lock system because it offers a substantial cost savings for people looking to expand their existing access control,” said Martin Huddart, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Architectural Hardware Group, ASSA ABLOY. “This push on Aperio at ISC West will show integrators that they can sell access control into areas like K-12, retail, food safety, server farms and historical buildings – greatly expanding integrator opportunity.”
Aperio has been deployed and successful in healthcare, government and business facilities, and is also applicable for K-12 classrooms, retail aluminum storefronts, food companies to meet FDA safety standards, server farm technology cages and to protect historical buildings without having to retrofit and compromise the establishment.
Besides the Aperio-related products, ASSA ABLOY will also be debuting Yale’s new residential keypad Lever lock and Securitron’s AccuPower Power Supply solutions. There is also an entire pod dedicated to multiclass SE & FIPS 201 as well as Norton Power Operators.
ASSA ABLOY will be located at booth #11065 in the Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada during the show (March 28 – 30, 2012).