TDSi To Show Latest Web-Based Solutions at Intersec 2017

 Intersec 2017, 22nd-24th January, Dubai

 Integrated security manufacturer TDSi is gearing up for its forthcoming appearance at Intersec 2017 (22nd-24th January) in Dubai, which will feature the introduction of the company’s new GARDiS web-based range of software and hardware solutions to the Middle East market on stand S1-A09.

John Davies, Managing Director of TDSi commented:

“Intersec always provides an exciting start to the security calendar each year. The event gives visitors and exhibitors a first glimpse of what will be entering the market for the new year and Dubai is the perfect host location – boasting a vibrant and interesting venue, which draws crowds from across the Middle East and beyond.”

The TDSi team at Intersec 2017 will include International Business Development Manager Mica Negrilic and Senior Technical Sales Engineer Kevan Fry. Mica reflected:

“The Middle East is a key export market for TDSi and has seen significant growth for us in recent years. Intersec offers our team the opportunity to talk directly to the people who buy and sell the products across the region and beyond. This gives a better understanding of the demands and needs from this important security market.”

The TDSi stand will feature its product portfolio as well as GARDiS, the company’s forthcoming web-based application that offers even greater flexibility and suitability to modern applications. One software install is all that is required to provide complete access control security for all a business’ needs.

TDSi’s GARDiS offers all the benefits of a highly secure web-based application – it is easily adaptable for an increased workload, provides easier maintenance and installation, is more secure and is accessible from anywhere on any device. GARDiS also features a simple-to-use and intuitive interface, that is designed and built directly around the needs of users and operators.

GARDiS has also been designed to meet and anticipate important international security standards, including ONVIF Profile A and C, which were recently adopted by the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) as the de-facto new international standard for access control. This ushers in the era of open platforms for access control.

Mica concluded:

“At Intersec 2016 we recorded a 30% increase in the number of visitors to our stand (a trend which continued across our appearances at a number of events worldwide throughout the year), so we are very keen to engage with our current and potential partners and customers again. If you are visiting the event in January, we would be delighted to show you our latest systems and services.”