TDSi UNVEILS MAJOR NEW DEVELOPMENTS AT IFSEC
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TDSi UNVEILS MAJOR NEW DEVELOPMENTS AT IFSEC

 11th May 2006

IfSEC is fast approaching and TDSi Financial Crisis, one of the UK’s leading security solutions providers can be found on stand M110 again promoting their latest market-leading security products.

TDSi will be putting the new version of their eXguard PRO access control management software through its paces. It’s packed with new features such as: -

  • eXvisitor ­ a separate visitor management application
  • eXtour ­ a guard tour application
  • eXnotify ­ an event notification tool which sends notice of specified events straight to your pocket PC
  • OPC and API interface easing integration to third party databases and control systems

TDSi will be launching a panel mount proximity reader, a new stand alone reader/controller and a new MIFARE® reader. These new products will be making their debut alongside our well-established reader range which includes Optica®, the world’s first optical keypad with combined proximity reader achieving BSIA Best Access Control Product Winner in 2004.

TDSi will be unveiling their brand new website at the show. The user friendly design of the new site will allow information to be shared quicker and more efficiently.

TDSi’s cost effective controller, MicroGarde® (BSIA finalist for “Best New Access Control Product” 2005), will also feature on the stand. It is easy to install and interfaces to our complete reader range and the comprehensive eXguard PRO software.

TDSi will also be demonstrating the integration capabilities of all their access control systems with other control systems such as CCTV, biometrics, intruder alarms and building management systems. Visit TDSi’s stand M110 or register at www.tdsi.co.uk/ifsec to win one of the prizes on offer. TDSi will be giving away an iPod nano every single day of the show and an iPod video on the final day.

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