13 Sep 2018
Vanderbilt brings the power of integration to Security Essen 2018
In today’s evolving and complex risk landscape, it’s become fairly obvious that collaboration between devices, systems and processes is paramount for enterprise organizations to achieve their security goals. No one solution can provide all the answers, requiring leaders to look beyond the silos of yesterday and work together with those that share the common goal of comprehensively protecting people and assets.
There’s no better environment to discuss and share this mindset than at a security trade show that also embodies convergence, aiming to present the industry from all angles. Vanderbilt is looking forward to attending Security Essen 2018 in Germany Sept. 25-28, the leading trade fair for security that draws more than 1,000 exhibitors from more than 400 countries.
At booth 6D90 in hall 6, exhibitors can explore the wide range of products that Vanderbilt has to offer with a significant focus on increased integration both within and with third-party systems. Vanderbilt has always been an advocate for open platforms and interoperability, as seamless technology partnerships allow end users to achieve elevated levels of security and enhanced business operations.
The latest ACT Enterprise features will be on display, which include integration with Vanderbilt’s award-winning SPC intrusion system, a rules mapping engine and a smartphone app. The solution also now integrates with Assa Abloy Aperio wireless components, further exemplifying Vanderbilt’s commitment to convergence for uniform and streamlined protection.
Additional recent integrations from Vanderbilt with key partners include SPC intrusion panels with Genetec Security Center, SPC with ComNet fiber units for a toll booth and plaza, and SPC with Homey, the smart home platform developed by the Dutch company Athom.
Vanderbilt will also showcase the SPC-Milestone plugin at the show, which provides a bi-directional communication strategy with the enhancement of a robust surveillance solution. Attendees can view newly released products as well, including various SPC Wireless devices and the VR Mullion card readers.
We’ve placed a significant focus on enhancing our functionality and reach in the market through critical partnerships and integrations, and now’s your chance to experience the benefits. Learn more about Vanderbilt’s attendance at Security Essen and schedule a meeting with the team here - We hope to see you there!