TKH Security: ApolloN, the next generation of Apollo Controllers
For years, the Apollo controller has been the driving force behind the Asset & Site Management solution. In order to be prepared for the future even better, a second generation controller, the ApolloN controller, has been developed for managing active locations. This controller is based on the latest processors and is therefore ten times faster and more powerful than its predecessor. The ApolloN controller provides a lot of flexibility, and the modular structure and application of SNMP3 allows the perfect configuration to be made for any situation.
TKH Security’s Asset & Site Management solution has already proven its added value more than once, both at home and abroad, including at airports, in many telecom networks, along roads and in tunnels.
Coen van Luijken, Business Development Director at TKH Security: “With the launch of the ApolloN controller, customers are assured of the latest technology and we can start working on new functionalities for the future. This includes edge computing, local image storage, measuring current and the integration with other technical systems at a decentralized location”.
The further development of the Apollo controller range means that we will continue to invest in the market segment of critical infrastructures. As a specialist in this segment, what sets us apart is the high level of involvement in the start-up and implementation of projects. Our Business Consultants install the software, which is called ASM Suite, and configure it together with the client. We then enter into a Service Level Agreement, which guarantees that support will always be provided.
The ApolloN controllers are available as of now, and will replace the first version. This means the first version will no longer be available. Of course, these new controllers function seamlessly with the first generation Apollos that some of our customers are already using.
If you require any further information about the ApolloN controller, feel free to contact us.
Source: TKH Security