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Visit us at ADICEP 2017

Apollo Security Access Control announces their participation in the upcoming Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2017 expo to be held 13-16 November 2017.

As one of the largest Oil & Gas exhibitions worldwide, ADIPEC will feature over 2000 exhibiting companies with an expected attendance of over 95,000 visitors from 120 countries.  The exhibition will feature businesses with interests throughout the Oil & Gas industry in addition to Security and Energy, a specialized exhibition zone and conference specialized in physical and cyber security for business and sites involved in energy production.  As global instability continues, the security market for the Middle East region alone is expected to reach $34 billion by 2020.

Apollo Security is well established in the energy security sector beginning with being a leader in Nuclear Power Plant security for over 20 years. Security Integrators have used Apollo’s hardware and software Access Control System (ACS) platform to provide unique, robust solutions for some of the most sensitive critical infrastructure sites in the world. Recently Apollo Security has provided systems to protect the largest GTL plant in the world, some of the world’s longest Oil & Gas pipelines as well as many other production facility sites across the globe in countries such as Kazakhstan, Brunei, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and more.

Apollo Security will display its flagship AAN Series Enterprise Access Control system based on APACS Access and Alarm Management software which can accommodate over 1 million cardholders. Included in this system are a variety of features critical to Oil & Gas sites including Mustering & Safety features, user-friendly badging, visitor management, web interface and mobile identification devices.

The new ASP-4 controller platform will also be on display at ADIPEC. Apollo’s brand new platform is an ideal solution for the integrators who need more flexibility with hardware as it supports custom scripting on-board to add custom features. The ASP-4 controller is cluster ready allowing device-device communication with a unified communication path back to the system software, eliminating inefficient polling and providing unparalleled communication speeds.

Apollo Security Access Control will be located in Hall 7, stand 7315 in the US Pavilion area of ADIPEC. The exhibition will be open from 13 November until 16 November at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC)

For more information about ADIPEC, visit: www.adipec.com

ASW-35 software discontinuation notice

Effective immediately, we are discontinuing support for ASW-35 software.

For the users of ASW-35 software we suggest the following upgrade paths to move toward more powerful APACS Express software that is also available at no charge.

These upgrades will also provide additional features, including badging, and support for larger number of cardholders.

1. Adding AAN-32 controller to your APN-35 based access control system.
2. Replacing APN-35 controllers with AAN-2 controllers. 

For additional information please contact your Apollo sales representative.

ISO9001:2008 Certification

Apollo was audited in 2016 and received certification that Apollo remains in compliance with ISO 9001 Standards.

Please contact apollo@apollo-security.com if you need information on Apollo ISO 9001 certification.

AP-600 and AP-Prox readers discontinuation notice

Due to the lack of demand the following AP-600 and AP-Prox series proximity readers are discontinued immediately.

While we regret any inconvenience this announcement may cause, we are eager to discuss your future requirements and technology options. If you have any questions regarding this notification, please contact your Apollo sales representative.

AP-600 Discontinuance Notice
AP-Prox Discontinuance Notice


Apollo Security Sales announces integration with Smart Media Innovations (SMI) software and with Trimble Nomad mobile ID readers.

Mobile readers can be configured in Apollo APACS software and the appropriate cardholder database and cardholder rights are downloaded to each individual mobile ID reader.  The readers can run in an online mode (continually attached to the APACS database) or an offline mode where the reader database is used to make the access decision and store events. In the offline mode event history and cardholder updates are transmitted between the mobile reader and the APACS database on a schedule via Wi-Fi communications.

These readers are designed to be rugged, secure and quick responding. Available with integrated HID Prox, iCLASS and smart card readers.

Please contact Apollo Sales personnel for additional information.