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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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Your Access, Your Control with Mul-T-Lock at IFSEC 2013
Mul-T-Lock presented its innovative wireless locking solutions for secure access control, under the ASSA ABLOY theme "Access your world" at IFSEC 2013. Jointly presenting their solutions for the third consecutive year, this presence incorporated the combined power of award-winning technology from HID Global, ASSA ABLOY, and ASSA ABLOY group companies Yale, Abloy, Traka and effeff.
Key highlights for Mul-T-Lock UK included the all-in-one Smartair access control solution, which now includes an innovative Smartair e-cylinder.
Available in different e-cylinder and electronic handleset types, Smartair offers to cost effectively upgrade any mechanical system to create a fully functional access control solution.
Mul-T-Lock also showcased the innovative WatchLock high security padlock. Launched at IFSEC 2012 and instant winner of the Physical Security of the Year award, WatchLock features GPS locating system and SIM card based communication technologies to provide real time event and location information through email, text message or web based application.
Says Steve Ross, Managing Director of Mul-T-Lock UK: "IFSEC 2013 once again proved to be a triumphant success for Mul-T-Lock, with many visitors commenting on our continued ability to present innovative security solutions that are simple in design and installation.
"Smartair and WatchLock are just two examples in our growing portfolio to illustrate how Mul-T-Lock is listening to customers and creating solutions that offer high performance, cost effective access control capability.
As our stand campaign of 'Your Access, Your Control' implied, we will continue to offer flexible solutions capable of meeting the demands of today's ever changing working environment."
22nd May 2013