Zucchetti group has entered into partnership with Assa Abloy, the global leader in door opening solutions. Zucchetti's access control system XAtlas will be integrated with the Aperio® wireless lock range.
Obtaining Aperio® Partner program certification is a first big milestone with Zucchetti Axess. A combination of the powerful XAtlas access control system, paired with wireless lock technology, will offer security professionals greater choice. It will allow new, affordable access control systems to better control building interiors security.
The partnership results from a natural synergy between the two companies. They have actively cooperated to offer the market a ”keys in hand” solution, made with:
XAtlas now includes several Aperio® components, including electronic cylinders and escutcheons, wireless locks for security doors, and the 1-to-8 Hub for controlling access to multiple doors, without the need for expensive cabling.
XAtlas Aperio® integration supports office mode, as well as multiple RFID technologies including iCLASS, MIFARE, MIFARE DESFire, and HID Prox/EM410. Currently online only, the integration uses the RS485 protocol and Wiegand interface through FEDOOR and AX DOOR Controller.
“Zucchetti Axess shares our vision of providing access control solutions designed to adapt to today's changing security requirements,” says Chris Bone, Vice President Access Control Solutions EMEA at ASSA ABLOY. "This integration offers customers a robust access control system that truly addresses all of their needs, including a cost-effective and wireless solution for extending access control deeper into their facility.”
"The integration with Aperio® wireless electronic locks enriches our access control system, Xatlas, enabling us to offer customers a full global security solution,” says Domenico Ruggeri, Vice President of Zucchetti.
About Aperio®: Available on the global market place, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® Technology enables a wide range of access control providers to cost-effectively integrate non-wired doors with battery powered electromechanical locks into access control systems.