SALTO Systems to showcase new solutions at Intersec Middle East

Company's latest access control innovations to be on display at Dubai tradeshow


SALTO Systems will showcase its latest products at Intersec Middle East, held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre during 18th-20th January.

"Intersec is the largest security exhibition in the Middle East and therefore the perfect venue to promote our new concept in scalable RFID access control that can be upgraded at any time," says Victor Hage MEA Regional Manager for SALTO Systems.

"The unique new XS4 RFID networked lock set is a new technology with unlimited possibilities allowing it to be used for a huge range of access control applications," continues Hage. XS4 RFID can be programmed in 3 management modes – users simply choose the initial level of control they need. From a simple self-programmable system that needs no computer to manage it, through a highly capable mid-range ROM system up to the high performance data on card SVN technology that allows users to control all the doors in an entire building or group of buildings from a singe PC.

Other SALTO product highlights at the show will include the RFID e-cylinder and the SALTO Virtual Network (SVN) system.

The RFID e-cylinder offers users an ultra-modern access control solution for use on doors where the fitting of a conventional electronic handset is not always possible. It can be used with the majority of lock types including Europrofile and Swiss Round cylinder locks and its ‘anti-panic’ facility means it can always be opened from the inside no matter what the situation. The cylinder provides automatic changing to and from daylight saving time and also incorporates a free access mode. It supports up to 64,000 users and its audit trail facility can store the last 1,000 events in its non volatile flash memory.

And as IP solutions grow ever more popular, the SALTO Virtual Network delivers outstanding security control. It provides users with 90% of the benefits of a fully on-line access control system but at the cost of a stand alone system. It operates via a combination of smart on-line and stand alone readers that act as ‘hotspot’ data transfer points allowing users to manage their access control requirements in a secure, comprehensive, and comfortable way.