14 Jun TDSi discuss access trends at IFSEC
Mike Sussman, technical director at Integrated security manufacturer TDSi will be taking part on a Panel Discussion entitled ‘Future of Access Control’, along with a team of industry experts, at 11am on Wednesday 22nd June at this year’s IFSEC International in London.
The panel of experts will be discussing the trends and technology that will be shaping the industry for providers and users alike, offering valuable insights for visitors.
Reflecting upon the upcoming event, which will be held in the IFSEC Installer Theatre, Mike commented, “Myself and a team of experts will be examining and discussing a number of key considerations and topics which we believe will be important for anyone involved in the security sphere. We will also be taking questions from the floor to ensure we are covering all the topics the audience are interested in.”
Mike continued, “We will be examining the risk that the security industry will face over the next few years, as well the opportunities to combat these and to how further integration will play a key role in development. We will also discuss important legislation developments and how the move to cloud computing will affect the solutions we all rely upon.”
Joining Mike in the Panel Debate will be Gareth Ellams (Managing Director of AssaAbloy), Michael Unger (Vice President – Marketing & Products at SALTO Systems) and Adam Stroud (CEO of Paxton), to offer a broad range of professional opinions.
As well Mike’s participation in then panel debate, TDSi will also be appearing on Stand F1200 at this year’s IFSEC International. Key products on show will be a sneak preview of the company’s forthcoming GARDiS software, along with the integration capabilities of its systems with Milestone’s XProtect® Video Management Software (VMS) – using the XProtect Access add-on.
Other integration systems on show include full integration with ASSA ABLOY’s KS100 server cabinet wireless electronic lock, Texecom’s alarm control panels, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio™ wireless locks, SimonsVoss’ SmartIntego wireless door locks, and Microsoft Active Directory
Summarising the opportunities at the show Mike concluded, “IFSEC International is the perfect place to see what the security industry has to offer and to hear more about the exciting developments that will be coming soon. Audience entry to the panel discussion event is free but spaces will be limited, so make sure you attend in plenty of time to join us in what is likely to be an interesting and informative session for everyone involved.”