Paxton is bringing its 30 years’ experience in the security industry to the building management world with the launch of its new system net10, a fully integrated building intelligence system, at IFSEC International.
net10 delivers out of the box access control, IP video management and building automation to streamline the management of buildings. Using conventional RFID tokens or Bluetooth smart devices, the system offers powerful tools for giving specific permissions to individuals and groups of people. It works in conjunction with all types of IP cameras in order to facilitate live viewing and the recording of video footage. It also interfaces with existing building infrastructure for a high level of control over lighting, heating, air conditioning, intruder and fire alarms, ensuring maximum efficiency and bolstering cost and time savings.
Built with elegance and simplicity in mind, net10 is suitable for projects of all sizes, from the smallest shop to the largest university campus. The system is managed using a highly intuitive web-interface meaning there’s no software to install or upgrade.
Adam Stroud, CEO of the Paxton Group, says: “The conventional way of providing a high level of integrated functionality is to install separate systems and ‘stitch’ them together. While this approach is suitable for some projects, it is too complex, specialised and expensive for many. net10 is the first system to offer this level of functionality in a single package that is practical and cost-effective for all building types.”
Advancements in technology have meant a change in customer expectations and a rise in the interest of integrated systems. The launch of net10 marks a new direction for Paxton and comes in response to the evolving landscape within the security industry.
Visitors to the Paxton stand G1500 can receive a full demonstration of the new system and speak to the company’s leading team of industry experts about its capabilities. They can also register to attend a free one day workshop on net10.
There are many reasons to attend net10 training:
• Get hands-on experience installing and selling this powerful building intelligence system
• Offer customers a package that will provide security, convenience and energy efficiency
• Learn how to win more business by offering this breakthrough solution
Adam says: “Being a manufacturer, we are in the fortunate position of actively participating in forming the future trends within the security industry. By understanding emerging technology, and applying it intelligently to future products, we aim to lead the way and introduce building intelligence to the mass market.
We hope we’ve achieved what we set out to – developing a product that offers security, convenience and energy efficiency straight out of the box. We want our installers to see this for themselves, so we decided to bring net10 to IFSEC and offer free training workshops ahead of its release date, to provide this preview.”
Adam Stroud will discuss changes to the technology landscape during a talk in the Security Solutions Theatre on Wednesday 17th June, from 12:00 – 12:30pm. He will present a view of the future for the security industry, exploring the widespread use of smart mobile devices and rise of the Internet of Things.