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ASSA ABLOY Announces Aperio Integration With Immotec Systems, Inc.

ASSA ABLOY Announces Aperio Integration With Immotec Systems, Inc.


New Haven, CT – ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, and Immotec Systems, a leading manufacturer of revolutionary access control systems, announce the integration of Immotec's access control solutions with ASSA ABLOY'S range of Aperio™ wireless locks.


Immotec’s iSafePro 360 product line and management software have been fully integrated to work with ASSA ABLOY's Aperio wireless lock technology, which will deliver wireless capabilities to Immotec's access control solution.  iSafePro 360 is a complete range of access control solutions suitable for residential and commercial buildings requiring real-time monitoring and flexibility.  The iSafePro 360 range includes IP-based proximity access control, elevator and automation control, visitor management, hands-free access control, advanced biometric modules, IP surveillance integration, wireless access control and more.


The integration includes Immotec's iSafePro VISOR 360 latest-generation supervision and access management software.  This is the tool that allows users to control access within their facility with complete flexibility.  iSafePro VISOR 360 access management software is the most powerful open platform software for security.  Its open concept gives installers and clients the flexibility to choose which type of reader technology they would like to use.  In addition, the system accommodates the use of multiple reader technologies simultaneously.  iSafePro VISOR 360 can operate locally or remotely and offers central management of multiple sites from one location.


Aperio is a global, wireless platform that provides an easy, affordable way to connect additional openings to an existing electronic access control system.  It uses wireless communication (IEEE 802.15.4) between the lock and an Aperio hub to link to an electronic access control system. This simplifies installation, reducing costs and complexity compared to traditional access control.  With the flexibility to address almost any application, Aperio wireless technology is available in the Adams Rite A100 keyless entry control for aluminum and glass doors, HES K100 cabinet locks, Medeco M100 eCylinders, and SARGENT IN100 and PR100 commercial and institutional locks.


"Being able to provide wireless capabilities to our iSafePro 360 product line through the Aperio locks makes our access control solutions even more powerful," said Ilan Peretz, CEO of Immotec Systems.  "For customers who require online, real-time monitoring but also want the added security and feature-rich convenience of a wireless lock, iSafePro 360 and Aperio are a powerful combination."


"Immotec Systems has extensive access control experience and offers solutions designed for maximum flexibility," said Martin Huddart, V.P. of Electronic Technologies, ASSA ABLOY Americas.  "The integration with Aperio further enhances that flexibility, with the ability to expand access control to additional doors throughout facilities in a wide range of end-user markets."



ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user demands for security, safety and convenience.


About Immotec Systems

Immotec Systems manufactures revolutionary Access Control Systems for the commercial and residential industry requiring online real-time monitoring and flexibility.  Our systems are based on RFID, patented technology, Open Platform management software and Power Line Communications and implement smart cards and smart card controllers that offer easy installation and use.  Immotec Systems has been a trusted name in RFID technology since 1996.  Our RFID solutions are reliable, secure and employ proven technologies worldwide. RFID technology has a diverse base of applications; with this in mind Immotec has developed security solutions for a variety of industry segments.


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