On display at IFSEC 2008 will be the latest products for security intercom including solutions for detention cells, disabled refuge, access control, buildings and public help points.
Particular focus will be on the networking aspects of the solution, specifically to the new SIP interface card which allows the Commend intercom to connect to the latest VoIP telephony systems.
The new SIP/IAX interface card fits directly into the Commend intercom communication servers, (GE700 / GE200). This means that calls made from the call stations and help points can be received both by intercom master stations and SIP/VoIP telephones.
"The future lies in the ability to integrate different systems in order to provide the customer with the right solutions, both video and audio. The IP backbone and versatile hardware and software products are key to cost effective and fit for purpose solutions," said Greg Gregoriou, sales and marketing director of Complus Teltronic.
Complus Teltronic have been supplying professional intercoms into car parks, lifts, security, disabled refuge, and numerous other areas., Visitors to their stand - 6039, Hall 6 will be able to see the versatility of their products and integration of voice with audio and access control.