LOCKEN to launch ‘innovative applications and new contactless technology’ at Security & Policing Home Office event

Locken to launch innovative tech at Security & Policing Home Office event

LOCKEN to launch’innovative applications and new contactless technology’ at Security & Policing Home Office event

LOCKEN, a leading provider of cable-free access control solutions, will be announcing the launch of a new range of highly innovative security systems, and will showcase its Mechatronic range of access control systems at the forthcoming Security & Policing Home Office event, London, 7 – 9 March 2017.

Combining the advantages of electronic access control system and mechanical solutions. The new Mechatronic range is based on contactless induction technology, providing maximum reliability and robustness while guaranteeing instant opening, LOCKEN said. This will be showcased alongside its prominent Electronic range.

Thanks to a Bluetooth module and combined with Locken’s MyLocken applications, the mechatronic key opens up an infinite range of services for the user and the possibility to grant Access rights to a user wherever he is at any moment. The mechatronic cylinders are installed without cabling, and are resistant to all climatic conditions.

Commented Nick Dooley, Managing Director of LOCKEN UK:

“As a leader in the provision of security solutions and innovative access control systems across large single-sites companies and multi-site businesses, it is important that we broaden our offering and continue to innovate to meet all demands.”

LOCKEN will also be showcasing the latest technical innovations behind its award winning and highly successful Electronic CyberLock range on stand E9. The show is the official UK government global security event.

About Security & Policing Home Office Event 2017

Security & Policing provides a platform for professionals from the UK and across the world to engage with the very highest level of security expertise and the latest technology.  It provides the level of industry engagement needed to enable UK Government to procure and deliver its national security priorities.

Ben Wallace, Security Minister: ‘The first duty of Government is to protect its citizens. The secure environment provided at Security and Policing 2017 allows UK industry and security professionals a unique opportunity to have access to the best in new technologies. In an ever more fast moving world, our security challenges can only be overcome by Government and law enforcement agencies embracing technical innovation.’

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