Schneider introduces smart technology installation accreditation, security platform

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Schneider Electric’s new EcoXpert badge accredits qualified engineers to install and maintain smart technology.

A new access control security system has been “carefully designed to meet the growing security needs of Australian corporate businesses”, says a product release.

The badges are part of Schneider’s EcoXpert Partner Program. Previously, Schneider Electric has trained and certified engineers in two separate areas: building management systems, and light and room control. The new security platform and Access Control Badge for EcoXperts expand the program.

“Once [the system is] installed, our partners will be able to seamlessly safeguard occupants and facility assets, while remaining resource efficient,” says Gavin McClelland, Schneider offer marketing manager. The technology also runs on a role-based set-up, restricting access based on the individual or group, based on their responsibilities, also giving the user control over who can access physical IT assets, buildings, rooms and campuses for an extra level of protection.

“We want to equip the industry with the knowledge and skill sets needed to enable smarter buildings and connected homes,” McClelland adds.

The certification will train EcoXperts on the latest digital technologies, helping them build on expertise in designing and installing access control solutions, such as intrusion detection, in smart buildings of the immediate future.

After a four-day intensive course, each organisation will leave with a qualification that will enable them to provide access control to small, mid and large enterprises.


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