Maxxess to focus on integration partnerships in Dubai

Bracknell, Berkshire (UK) and Dubai, U.A.E

Lee Copland, MD, Maxxess EMEA

Maxxess will be at the forthcoming Intersec exhibition showcasing the extended ecosystem of integrations now available with its Efusion, access control and integrated security management platform, as well as the latest, powerful functionality available with its Evisitor, visitor management solution.

Visitors to Digifort stand at the show will also learn about the run of recent major integration projects taking advantage of the technology, including high-end hotels, landmark mixed-use developments, and major corporate and industrial sites.

Efusion, now widely used in industrial settings, the hospitality sector, and mixed-use developments, is a feature-rich platform that allows seamless off-the-shelf integration with more than 60 leading technologies. These include video surveillance, fire and building management systems, as well as site specific applications and hardware.

Expanding customers’ choice to a wider range of VMS and camera brands managed through the Efusion interface, new integrations will include the Digifort full suite of video management as well as the latest facial recognition technology.

Recent major projects taking advantage of Efusion’s modular building block approach include the Jumeirah Al Marsa hotel and harbour development, the multi-use Wasl Tower, Bluewaters Island including the Ain in Dubai, and the Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refinery (YasRef) in Saudi Arabia.

Efusion is offered with a transparent price structure which not only promises affordability but, according to Maxxess, also gives users a level of power and functionality previously only associated with more expensive, tailored solutions.

“By bringing together previously siloed systems, Efusion users can leverage operational efficiency by removing the need for operators to continually switch between screens and interfaces,” says Lee Copland, Managing Director EMEA, Maxxess. “This allows busy operational teams and control room managers to focus on priority tasks rather than having to juggle with disparate technologies.”

Meanwhile, he added that Evisitor’s growing popularity is due to its successful focus on enabling frictionless and touchless access to premises, increasing efficiency and security, while removing the inconveniences for visitors, staff, and contractors typically encounter when accessing car parking and facilities.

“Evisitor integrates with multiple systems and popular corporate databases, including Assa Abloy Hospitality and Microsoft Active Directory, and facilitates hassle-free time and attendance management to further eliminate the inefficiencies of siloed systems and technology stacks.”


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