LAS VEGAS — Nov. 7, 2023 — Acre security, a leading provider of security solutions, is proud to announce its participation in Intersec 2024, taking place on 16 – 18 January 24 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Over the past seven months, acre security has unified its operations into a single, cohesive global business. This transformation underscores our commitment to providing streamlined and efficient experiences for our clients worldwide. At acre security, we understand that in today's interconnected world, security threats know no borders. That is why we have made it our mission to create a unified network of security solutions that can be seamlessly implemented across different countries and industries.
At Intersec 2024, acre security will showcase its powerful solution portfolio that includes access control, visitor management, intrusion detection, transmission, connectivity, and cybersecurity solutions. Our single portfolio is designed to secure your two most valuable assets: employees and facilities.
We will be offering demonstrations for smooth migration and upgrade strategies for existing acre access solutions to our cloud-based solution. Join us for an exclusive sneak peek of our cutting-edge AP03 access controllers and downstream devices, designed to provide advanced security features and improved control. We are also excited to exhibit collaborations with our Transmission and seismic detectors for joint technology enclosures.
Our solutions can be delivered in three simple ways - via the cloud, through an on-premise installation, or through a blended approach - to meet your unique needs. During the show, we will be showcasing our Feenics Cloud-Based Access Control Solution, which is hosted in the UAE, providing localized support and service.
“We are excited to be participating in Intersec 2024 and showcasing our unified global security solutions," Alexander Holmström, Global Sales Director, acre security. "We are confident that our solutions will provide our clients with the best possible security experience.”