Find out how you can manage all your keys from a central platform to reduce risk and streamline operations, via Maxxess and deister electronics

by Brianna Crandall — June 21, 2019 — US-based global security management solutions and technology provider Maxxess Systems showcased new security product integrations at this week’s IFSEC International show in London.

Integration with deister electronic key management systems

Delivering a high-value benefit to users, the Maxxess eFusion security management platform now integrates off-the-shelf and seamlessly with the widely used range of deister electronic key management systems.

Illustration of integration between Maxxess security management platform and deister key management system

The Maxxess eFusion security management platform now integrates off-the-shelf and seamlessly with the widely used range of deister electronic key management systems. Image courtesy Maxxess

With this latest off-the-shelf integration, eFusion users can now manage all their keys from their centralized security management platform, reducing the risk of security breaches and streamlining their day-to-day operations.

Modular and scalable, the deister electronic systems encompass a range of cabinets that can store anything from eight keys to thousands. They can be used as a stand-alone or as part of a global corporate solution, in applications ranging from hotels and leisure settings to retail and up-scale residential developments.

Lee Copland, managing director, Maxxess EMEA, pointed out:

Knowing who has a particular key at any given moment significantly reduces the risk of losses and criminal activity. The deister electronic systems make that task much simpler. And with real-time reports logging all system usage, users can be held accountable for any misuse, theft [or] loss of keys — better protecting buildings and assets.

The integration with deister electronic systems is just the latest example of how the eFusion platform gives users the freedom to integrate, customize and adapt their security systems to meet both current needs and emerging risks, says Maxxess.  eFusion’s open technology software supports more than 60 off-the-shelf integrations from leading vendors, providing complete freedom to customize solutions combining surveillance, access control, fire and intruder systems with back-office processes.

Crucially, integration with Maxxess eFusion also reduces complexity for installers and their customers and offers unlimited future scalability at affordable price points.

Darren Harrold, head of UK Operations at deister electronics, stated:

Off-the-shelf integration between our key management systems and eFusion will deliver major benefits to our customers. This means they can now link their essential systems together — including their surveillance, intruder, access and fire detection systems — making a wide range of premises easier to manage and more secure.

Other eFusion integrations

At the IFSEC show, Maxxess also showcased integrations with Sony’s flagship ultra-low light SNC-VB770 camera, Cathexis video management system (VMS), a full line-up of Third Millennium access control readers, and the latest, robust servers from Stratus that are suitable for mission-critical environments.

Multi-Form Panic Solution

At the ISC West show earlier this year in Las Vegas, Maxxess Systems demonstrated its new Multi-Form Panic Solution. Designed to work with any smartphone, tablet, PC keyboard or wearable device, the new stand-alone or integrated Multi-Form Panic Solution effectively lowers the cost of entry for proactive security for a wide range of applications.

For more information about the Maxxess eFusion award-winning security management software, the other product integrations mentioned above, or the new Multi-Form Panic Solution, visit the Maxxess Systems website. Maxxess systems are in use in more than 10,000 installations worldwide.