Las Vegas Debut for Latest TDSi Access Control Solution

TDSi will showcase the latest version of its GARDiS access control solution at ISC West 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. TDSi will join its fellow VitaProtech Group subsidiary Protech USA on Stand 8050 at the Venetian Expo from 10-12 April 2024.

GARDiS v2.6 © TDSi
GARDiS v2.6 © TDSi

Integrated access control and security manufacturer TDSi will present its GARDiS v2.6 software for the first time in North America alongside sister company Protech USA, a manufacturer of perimeter intrusion detection solutions.

TDSi UK Sales Director Alex Rumsey and Technical Support Manager Jon Hooley will be on Stand 8050 to meet visitors, demonstrate TDSi’s solutions, answer any questions and advise on specific project requirements.

Rumsey said: “The access control technology sector is a dynamic one and ISC West is the perfect opportunity to show off the latest version of our powerful GARDiS software.”

Security and Building Management Integrations

Launched earlier this year, GARDiS v2.6 has introduced useful new solutions-driven and oriented features, including integration with the CCTV VMS platform Hanwha Vision – bringing a host of CCTV and VMS features to GARDiS – and integration with the Calms visitor management platform for seamless visitor management, registration and verification.

UK-based TDSi is a member of the SPAC (Smart Physical Access Control) Alliance and its GARDiS software is regularly updated with new features and functionality upgrades along with an ever-expanding range of integrations with other security and building management systems.

Rumsey added: “This is the third year we have exhibited at ISC West, and it has proven to be a perfect platform for TDSi to embrace the North American market. We are always impressed by how US buyers want to adopt new technologies and approaches. We are fully committed to supporting our customers and partners in this market and enjoy the opportunity to meet them face to face.”

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