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14th August 2019 Issue no. 470
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ASSA ABLOY encourages installers to attend free SMARTair training course
The ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware & Access Control Group is encouraging installers to sign-up to one of its upcoming training courses on its innovative wireless access control system, SMARTair.
The course is free to attend and offers installers everything they need to know to help sell and install SMARTair, while also providing an informative overview of the wireless access control system's capabilities and benefits.
Taking place at the ASSA ABLOY Academy in Willenhall, the course will cover the technical aspects of how to install, set up and commission a SMARTair system. It also provides guidance on site surveys and how to identify and resolve common faults, meaning security professionals can offer a complete solution to their customers.
SMARTair delivers real-time access control, so organisations can stay in control of who has entered a building, where and when. Multiple user groups can be easily managed with minimum fuss, with features such as time schedules and permissions calendars ensuring access rights are only allowed when needed.
The wireless access control system is offered with a robust range of devices - covering electronic locks, cylinders, escutcheons, wall readers and products for cabinets, lifts, vending machines and lockers - in an award-winning design.
Finally, ASSA ABLOY's new Openow app also gives security administrators the ability to open electronic door locks remotely, so access control for SMARTair can be managed at any time and from any place. Openow essentially transforms a smartphone into a secure virtual key, with users able to send, revoke and update virtual keys in seconds.
Richard Hall, Technical Sales Support Manager at the ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware & Access Control Group, explains: "We have designed this course for professional security installers, system integrators and those responsible for installing and managing their own access control systems.
"Suitable for an extensive range of sectors, installers can fit SMARTair in environments such as hospitals, universities, offices, national parks, laboratories, libraries and many other settings. We would invite any installers or individuals responsible for their site's security to attend this free course at our dedicated training academy in Willenhall, to find out more about the opportunities that SMARTair(r) can help deliver to their business."
The available training dates for the second half of 2019 are as follows:
* Wednesday 21 August
* Tuesday 17 September
* Tuesday 22 October
* Tuesday 19 November
* Thursday 12 December
Refreshments are provided throughout the day, as well as lunch. Larger companies wishing to book onto the SMARTair training course may be able to specify a separate training date.
To book a place on the training course, please visit www.assaabloyopeningsolutions.co.uk
For more information on SMARTair from the ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware & Access Control Group, please visit www.assaabloyopeningsolutions.co.uk
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