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ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions and AXCESS Discuss Security Issues in Interviews

RYE BROOK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--October 1, 2009 -- "“Our goal is to develop products that exceed industry standards and offer great value to end-users. This means when they install one of our products, it will withstand real life abuse and deliver dependable security. If a lesser quality product is installed and repeatedly fails, then the end-user ends up spending more for replacements and renders the facility vulnerable to security breaches and life-safety code violations. Quality cannot be taken out of the value equation. And standards help set a value threshold."

Doorways fill a critical role in the overall functionality of a building by serving as both a conduit to safety and a barrier against threats. History shows that in emergency situations, a properly functioning doorway can be the difference between life and death. Given this immense responsibility for protecting life, it makes sense to have standards that set thresholds a product must meet in order to be used on an opening; you wouldn’t want a non-fire rated lock, for example, used on a fire-rated doorway. Today, there are standards in place that set criteria for everything from product life cycle to impact resistance. All of the standards are designed to protect building occupants and help create a well-functioning facility.”

These are among the insights discussed with Mr.  Robert R. Tibbling, Director of Business Development-End User Markets, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, (, Other OTC: ASAZF.PK , Stockholm ASSA-B.ST).
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And, Mr. Allan Griebenow, President & CEO, AXCESS International Inc., ( , OTC BB: AXSI.OB), said, “Our Dot wireless credentials are unique. They open up a whole new world of applications inside the business and for about the same cost as traditional card access systems. The badges look the same as traditional ones, and they are compatible with existing systems.  We offer the best of both worlds. So today, we are bringing personnel badges into the 21st century by making them truly wireless, thereby enabling what are called “Advanced Workforce Management” applications throughout the enterprise.“

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