ASSA ABLOY’s Australian Operations will close for the holidays from 12pm Friday, 21st December, 2018 returning Monday, 7th of January, 2019.
Common legacy access control systems are becoming increasingly outdated and, in many cases, no longer meet the current demands for heightened levels of security. But advances in wireless access control can offer the solution specifiers and facility managers have been seeking, reports David Ward.
Architecture and Design has announced the results of their annual Top Trusted Brands 2016 survey, to once again reveal Australia’s best brands in the architecture, building, construction and design industries.
ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, has for the third time been ranked in Forbes’ list of the world’s most innovative companies 2016.
David Ward from ASSA ABLOY explains why access control is a vital area in which significant savings can be gained.
ANDREW EVANS from ASSA ABLOY discusses solutions for student accommodation facilities and how security is a major factor for overseas students when choosing an education provider offering on-campus accommodation.
Sweden and Australia’s history of doing business dates back to the late 19th century. This report has been conducted to show the current Swedish business footprint in Australia.
Security solutions for homes and other premises could soon dispense completely with the traditional toothed key, as technological advances offer occupants more convenient access options.
Integrable and cost-effective, what’s not to like about wireless access control? Misconceptions abound, however, and David Ward from ASSA ABLOY, global leader in door opening solutions, is here to dispel the myths for facility managers.
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