Vauban Systems is a French company specialising in the design and manufacture of global physical access control solutions


Our solutions are based on an open, multi-protocol technology that adapts to most existing installations, thus providing great flexibility for their installation in the context of extensions, renovations, or new projects. VISOR® supervision software is used to integrate additional functions to physical access control, such as intrusion, video surveillance, and home automation.


We design, develop, integrate, and personalise our technical offer to provide you with ever simpler and more intuitive control over physical access to your site.

Promoting French technology in the world

Vauban Systems distributes its products and software via a vast network of distributors in France and all over the world.



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Salon Expoprotection

bonhomme-mascotte-petitGreat success for the stand Vauban Systems within the Expoprotection, with more than 200 visits and demonstrations

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Official launch of Vauban Systems in Australia and New Zealand

bonhomme-mascotte-petitThe official launch of Vauban Systems by our partner EOS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD took place from the 14th to 18th...

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New cases

bonhomme-mascotte-petitMaking life easier for installers is a top priority for us.

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Our team is growing!

bonhomme-mascotte-petitWe welcome Lydie, in charge of production and purchasing, Maxime, Design Office Assistant, Laetitia, Sales Administrator, Clément, Development Engineer.

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Vauban Systems equips the University of Malta

bonhomme-mascotte-petitVauban Systems technology, combined with technology by STID, was chosen to equip all the university sites on the island of...

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Vauban Systems is a member of the BAI

bonhomme-mascotte-petitVauban Systems is a member of the BAI

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E-letter Expoprotection

Interview with Rodolphe Leiserson for the Info Expoprotection e-letter: Access control : biometrics or card?

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