Last June 21st took place “IFSEC INTERNATIONAL” in London most important and representative European security fair: It managed to bring together more than 27.000 professionals representing the sector, from a wide variety of countries, where technological developments and innovations produced in the security industry were the “stars”.

During the event, Guinaz, as a leading company in communication and access control system sector, along with its local partner “Access Control distributor”, presented the latest development of its extensive range of internal communication and access control systems, solutions for both residential and tertiary sector on its stand.


In this edition, Guinaz wanted to highlight its latest novelty and high-end product, its Smartive  monitor, the SIP device which allows the opening of doors in remote, call forwarding to smart devices or integration with CCTV and home automation systems maintaining a modern and innovative aesthetics. This product has complement the already well known Guinaz IP Entry Panels range which has also expanded its offer  and range, as well as incorporating new security access features to them, such as additional access control with digital keypad, RFID card, standalone coded access and even fingerprint access.

On the other hand, in the digital system range, the featured products were the Tactile monitors range, both 4″and 7″ in its various finishes, built to take full advantage of the systems of internal communication, both in homes, commercial facilities and offices.

Novelty too and with great acceptance among the public who visited us was our “Alea Slim” digital panel of 1 push button, which by its small size and design allows installation in special places where space plays an important role, suitable for all kinds of facilities, indoor-outdoor, homes, shops, industries etc ..

After this successful edition of IFSEC  international fair it has clearly become the current need for quality devices that provide security and intercom as shown by Guinaz and demand by users of new technologies and innovative systems of communication .

Last modified: 8 July, 2016

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