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13th December 2017 Issue no. 390

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Allegion energise Schlage access control portfolio

Two of Allegion's smart technology brands will join the Schlage label to offer a unified access control portfolio. Global leaders in physical access control solutions Allegion have moved to merge their two leading access control product brands under the Schlage brand in order to offer unified solutions to their customers for products using proximity, smart and biometrics technologies.

The two brands, aptiQ and XceedID, will have their logo and branding on the products changed to Schlage. Schlage have been pioneering the strongest and most technological advanced security products for over 90 years. The Schlage range is available for homes, multi-family properties, commercial and institutional buildings.

Jeff Bennett, Allegion's Commercial Leader for the Middle East, Africa and Turkey said, "Schlage has been securing buildings for many decades, by pioneering in both scalable and smart solutions. Our products can range from complex masterkey systems for the largest airports to smart electronic locks which work with the latest smart phone technologies.

Allegion is now bringing together electronics locks, hand geometry readers, smart card readers and credentials all under the Schlage Brand"
aptiQ's product range is predominantly in smart technology solutions, specialising in multi-technology readers and credentials solutions. The readers are able to recognise a wide range of magnetic stripe, proximity cards, smart cards and mobile credentials.

XceedID offers easy and convenient access control solutions. The cost effective readers and credentials products can be easily integrated into existing legacy systems and are sleek and architecturally attractive.

For more, visit www.allegion.com

8th November 2017




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