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AES Showcases Award-Winning Burglary and Fire Alarm Communications Solutions at IFSEC International

AES Corporation, the leading manufacturer of private wireless communications equipment, will be showcasing its award-winning burglary and fire alarm monitoring solutions at IFSEC International, taking place June 17-19, 2014 in London, England. AES-IntelliNet products are certified for EN 50136 conformance and exceed European radiation standards.

“Organizations that need to deliver life safety detection and notification services can’t afford expensive, disruptive equipment installations, unreliable alarm communications or complicated support. That’s why so many central stations, gated communities, facilities management and government agencies are turning to AES,” said Gary Shottes, President, AES. “With an AES-IntelliNet private mesh radio network, you get a completely wireless, end-to-end solution that is fast to deploy, easy to maintain and provides superior reliability at a fraction of the cost of wired systems.”

IFSEC attendees can learn more about the following AES solutions at AES stand # H1400:

AES-IntelliNet

AES-IntelliNet is the industry’s only long-range and completely operator-owned and controlled private wireless mesh network. The patented AES-IntelliNet technology underlies the company’s family of fire and burglary products, including application-specific and general-purpose transceivers for monitoring and controlling remote devices. These connect to a central receiver that sends/receives the wireless signal and interfaces with the application software and wireless network.

AES Network Connectivity Tool

The NCT helps companies sell and install AES-IntelliNet subscriber units into new or installed AES-based networks. Instead of having to physically pull actual subscriber units from stock to test field locations, customers can evaluate viability in less than 30 seconds using the simple, one-button-operation tool, saving both time and cost of labor.

AES Configuration and Diagnostic Tool

Alarm dealers and distributors with high-volume installation can use the CDT to accelerate field and in-house pre-configuration setups for AES-IntelliNet subscriber units. Technicians can quickly update and modify operational parameters. By enabling AES-IntelliNet units to be configured three to five times faster than previously, the use of CDT saves a tremendous amount of time for customers who work with hundreds of units on a daily basis.

About IFSEC

IFSEC International is the largest event for the security industry, bringing together the entire global security buying chain in one place. The event attracts more than 24,000 visitors, over 650 leading manufacturers, suppliers and distributors from 100 countries, over 4 days. Covering more than just traditional security and fire solutions, this innovative event covers access control and biometrics, counter terror, CCTV and video surveillance, intruder alarms, IP security, intelligent buildings, physical security, and lone workers. www.ifsec.co.uk

About AES Corporation

Established in 1974, AES Corporation empowers companies to grow profitable alarm monitoring businesses, and government agencies to enhance security anywhere in the world. By providing the industry’s only patented operator-owned and controlled private wireless mesh networks, AES ensures superior reliability, low TCO and optimal RMR while reducing dependence on service provider infrastructures. The company’s flagship AES-IntelliNet systems are deployed in over a half million locations worldwide. For more information, please visit www.aes-corp.com

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