BRACKNELL, UNITED KINGDOM, 05 JUNE 2014 – Maxxess will showcase its eFusion™ open architecture software platform at IFSEC, and demonstrate how the security management system can be integrated with DirectIP™ HD surveillance solutions from IDIS. The partnership underlines both companies’ commitment to simple and cost-effective integration and will illustrate how eFusion™ can exploit IDIS’ robust surveillance capability to provide a powerful off-the-shelf security solution.
Throughout IFSEC, Maxxess will demonstrate to visitors how reverse engineering through eFusion™ can streamline systems integration, delivering technical and commercial benefits across the entire security buying chain. Maxxess will also illustrate the widest range of third-party integrations in the industry and reveal how eFusion™ can accommodate both new and legacy hardware to transform multi-site security operations.
Lee Copland, Maxxess Managing Director, EMEA, said: “Maxxess is delighted that IFSEC has returned to its original home in London. It will be a pleasure to show the market the recent innovations from Maxxess and we look forward to talking to integrators and end-users about recent case studies, which show our truly global reach.”
IFSEC 2014 will also see Maxxess launching ambit, a workforce management app, which operates within a structured, closed security network. Designed to close security gaps, ambit empowers staff by connecting mobile workforces. The app provides instant two-way communication via smartphone and tablet, and becomes more proactive the more it is used, prioritizing and continuously adapting to an organization’s needs.
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