Tdsi heads to Sydney for ASIAL show

Poole, Dorset and Sydney, Australia

Integrated access control and security manufacturer Tdsi will be heading to the ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Ltd) Security Exhibition & Conference 2023, taking place at the ICC Sydney, Darling Harbour at the end of this month. Tdsi will be joining its Australian distribution partner Comvision Pty to showcase its Gardis and Gardisvu ranges.

John Davies, Managing Director of Tdsi commented, “I am delighted to be joining our friends and partners at Comvision for the ASIAL Security Exhibition & Conference 2023 in Sydney. This popular event is the perfect opportunity for visitors to learn more about out Gardis ecosystem of access control software and hardware systems, along with the recently launched Gardisvu video management solution, our first hybrid-cloud-based CCTV offering which synchronises directly with and complements Gardis.”

Comvision’s CEO John Sampson, who will also be attending the event stated, “We are very pleased to welcome John Davies and the Tdsi range to join us on the stand at the event. Tdsi has a well-respected reputation in Australia, and we have been working in partnership together for many years to bring the latest integrated access control and security technology to this vibrant, demanding, but rewarding market. Tdsi systems safeguard many sites in Australia including prisons and elderly care facilities, ensuring safety as well as security for people and property. The latest Gardis range is the perfect example of a solution which is powerful yet flexible enough to suit virtually any application, making it an attractive proposition for both installers and end users.”

The Gardis software features a single-installation web browser-based application that is fully modular and scalable. It is simple to commission and use, with a highly intuitive GUI that reduces training, support and installation time. With a range of Gardis hardware options including controllers and readers, the Gardis range is designed to deliver an access control-as-a-service (ACaaS) approach which gives end users a highly flexible, scalable, and affordable way to purchase their solutions. It also provides security installers with a stable and ongoing revenue stream that is ideally suited to the challenges of an unsettled world.

Additionally, Comvision is also the Australian distributor of Tdsi’s fellow Vitaprotech Group member and command and control software specialist Prysm Software, and will be representing it and showcasing its products at the event.


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