Integrated access control specialist TDSi is to showcase a wide range of its systems and solutions at this year’s CPSE exhibition, the world’s largest security expo which is being held in Shenzhen, China from 1st to 4th November.
On display will be a range of the company’s controllers, readers and software systems, together with a range of intelligent electronic locks utilising contactless cards with visitors able to see demonstrations of each of the products.
The company’s biometrics range will be represented by its established DIGIgarde finger print reader and PALMgarde palm vein reader providing security professionals and building managers with systems to meet a range of requirements and applications. Delivering high quality performance and exceptional value for money, both DIGIgarde and PALMgarde are fully integrated with TDSi’s advanced access management software, EXgarde PRO, which can also be used to integrate Panasonic BM ET Iris readers and the full range of V-series fingerprint readers from Bioscrypt.
The controller display features both the recently launched MICROgarde IP and SOLOgarde systems. MICROgarde IP offers all the functionality of the established MICROgarde system, with the added benefit of being able to be directly connected to a LAN or WAN, while the stand alone SOLOgarde door controller provides a high quality, cost effective access control solution for numerous applications. Utilising MIFARE® smartcard technology, SOLOgarde is capable of supporting up to 1,000 users, is fast to install and features an innovative, hand-held programmer for easy programming.
Finally, visitors will be able to see the latest release of TDSi’s access management software, EXgarde PRO V3. This new version offers unparalleled integration capabilities, providing users with a flexible and dynamic platform and the ability for complete building and security management. Through the use of a suite of database tools, EXgarde PRO delivers seamless integration with a wide range of proprietary and bespoke systems - such as Schools Information Management Systems, HR, Payroll, Time and Attendance, CCTV and one card software applications, offering the potential for considerable resource savings, in both time and cost.
Commenting on the exhibition, TDSi’s Managing Director, John Davies, said: “With recent additions to our range of readers, controllers and software systems, we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand and having the opportunity to demonstrate these new options to them. We’ve exhibited products at CPSE since 1995 and this year’s display promises to be our most exciting yet”.
Visitors to the exhibition can see the company’s display in Hall 2, stand C-088.