IDEMIA and Powell Tronics on the road

November 2019 News

In the first week of September, Powell Tronics and IDEMIA hosted two breakfast roadshow events in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth respectively. The purpose of the events was twofold: getting close and personal with the new ‘Wave’ technology and to update installers and system integrators on the latest technology trends and best practices.

One of the key challenges that installers and system integrators face, is the number of technology and software updates from suppliers. Powell Tronics understands this and has created a community of users in the access control market. Through strong supplier relationships, Powell Tronics relays the latest industry trends to the created community of users. Apart from giving clients an update, the event also presented a networking opportunity for clients to interact with industry colleagues and experience the product demonstration.

Over the years the partnership between IDEMIA and Powell Tronics has enabled clients’ access to the latest IDEMIA technology. Powell Tronics’ portfolio includes access control, intercom, intrusion, visitor management, video surveillance and customisable integrated solutions, among others.




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