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November 29, 2017


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TDSi announces integration with technology from ela-soft

UK manufacturer of integrated access control systems TDSi now offers readers, controllers and software systems integrated with GEMOS, a physical security information (PSIM) platform from Germany’s ela-soft.

The integration means access control events can be viewed alongside other security applications on a single user interface.

Combining more than 750 existing applications, GEMOS layers the physical position of each alert and all-system devices onto a site plan.

The platform receives alerts from more than 500,000 data points in one installation. It can also identify the exact location of each alarm. The integration of TDSi’s technology with GEMOS simplifies the security management of a site and provides an audit trail of access control events within the GEMOS PSIM.

Fedja Vehabovic, strategic alliance manager at ela-soft, said: “It was a natural progression for us to integrate TDSi access control software into our GEMOS PSIM platform. We both operate in security critical environments where the protection of people and assets is vital.  Access control events with TDSi can now be easily viewed via the GEMOS platform, helping us to offer an even better solution to our customers.”

TDSi’s offerings include access control, biometric readers, security management software and internet protocol CCTV video management software, which can be deployed at organisations large and small.

Ela-soft develops manufacturer-neutral management systems for security, building and communication technology.

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