Abloy UK has created a new hybrid style of training that blends in-person seminars with online courses, to help organisations learn more about its Incedo ecosystem.
Coleraine-based Advanced Overwatch, who install a range of security systems, wanted to understand more about the company’s new Incedo solution, and were the first organisation to receive the new style of training.
Incedo is a flexible security ecosystem that combines ASSA ABLOY’s world-leading range of wireless locks and other access hardware with flexible software, multiple management options and the ability to scale on demand, in any direction.
The platform connects security software and hardware within a single, seamless platform with the ability to have complete remote control of a premises and manage the ever-changing movement of people across multiple sites. Mobile Keys also offer secure mobile access, simplified management and user convenience and efficiency.
The training covered topics such as meeting increasing demands of the market and the benefits of access control, common hardware components, and what the system architecture looks like.
Delegates also learned how to integrate Abloy’s wireless access control range, how to configure and commission using Incedo Lite software, and how Abloy can support with winning more business.
Hands-on configuration was delivered at the Advanced Overwatch offices by Derek White, Access Control Sales Manager at Abloy UK, to the company’s access control engineering team.
Expert technical support was provided by Ian Miller – who is the manager of Abloy’s new Digital Access Solutions Academy – and David Thompson via video link from Abloy’s head office at Willenhall.
Patrick Logue, Advanced Overwatch managing director, says: “As a company who live and breathe compliance, we specify and install Abloy solutions to deliver and exceed client expectations.
“Incedo training is the latest in a series of partner programmes undertaken with Abloy. The training course was exceptional – the hybrid blend of in-person and online training was an optimal mix.”