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20th September 2017 Issue no. 378
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Yale showcases state-of-the-art Smart Living range at IFSEC 2016
ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, will be exhibiting its product breadth at IFSEC that comes from years of expertise in the industry. The groups leading brands, including Yale, will be on stand E1100 in Hall S7 at Excel, London, from 21-23 June.
Yale will feature its state-of-the-art Smart Living range for the residential market, which includes both the Keyfree and Keyless Connected door locks, Smart HD CCTV, and Smart Home Alarm kits. The Smart Living range takes the hassle out of home security, allowing homeowners to remotely keep an eye on their property from anywhere at anytime.
Dave Herbert, Business Development Director for Yale Smart Living, said: "IFSEC is an excellent platform to showcase Yale's innovative Smart Living range and the array of solutions from other brands in the group. ASSA ABLOY is a global leader in the security industry and continually encourages innovation in the transforming security market.
"Research commissioned by Yale has revealed that smart security is one of the key drivers for consumers investing in the smart home, with 62% of those surveyed wanting remote locking of doors and windows and 67% wanting a smart alarm that you can access via your smartphone. Findings such as these ensure that Yale stay at the forefront of developments in the industry and provide homeowners with solutions that meet their needs."
Head of Integration for Yale, Tabitha Morton, will be guest speaking at the event on day three - 23rd June 2016. Tabitha will be giving her expert insight into future trends in smart buildings and home automation. The discussion will reflect on the rapid growth of ecosystems for smart home and home control, and include an analysis on how the interoperability and connectivity of objects is affecting the security industry as a whole.
The talk will take place at 1pm at the smart buildings and home automation theatre, and will include a Q&A session and meet and greet opportunity afterwards.
For more information, please visit stand E1100 in Hall S7 at IFSEC or visit the ASSA ABLOY page on the IFSEC website.
1st June 2016