ASSA CLIQ Remote showcased at IFSEC Safety & Health Expo

ASSA CLIQ Remote showcased at IFSEC Safety & Health Expo
ASSA, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, will be displaying its ASSA CLIQ Remote electro-mechanical locking solution at the IFSEC International Safety & Health Expo between 20 - 22nd June at the ExCeL London.

ASSA CLIQ Remote will be showcased on stand N200 hosted by Traka, an ASSA ABLOY brand specialising in key and asset management solutions. Simon Wilson, National Sales Manager for ASSA CLIQ Remote, will be on the stand to answer any questions.

ASSA CLIQ Remote is an electro-mechanical key system that combines all the benefits of access control with the ease and convenience of mechanical locking.

Over the three-day event, the team will demonstrate the health and safety benefits the system can provide to premises owners and facilities managers seeking an innovative and secure key management solution.

Benefits include an intelligent electro-mechanical locking system that grants key holders access rights in accordance to their level of training, competence and authority. As a result, the company is covered in terms of health, safety and liability.

ASSA CLIQ Remote also gives owners complete control over keys and access rights, greatly improving security. Lost keys are not a security threat, as entry permissions can be altered, removed or time-defined remotely through a secure, masterkeyed platform. This means downtime and costs incurred replacing lost or compromised keys are eliminated, along with the risk of damage and disruption inflicted by unwanted people accessing the area.

The system also provides a full audit trail of those who have accessed an area. Keys can be updated instantaneously and remotely, ensuring time spent having to collect or exchange keys with other professionals is eliminated. As well as minimising administrative work, the improved efficiencies delivered by ASSA CLIQ Remote helps cut associated costs too.

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