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An access control system is familiar technology to organizations of every size.
To reap the benefits of connected security, businesses need technologies which are primed and ready to work seamlessly with each other.
As the construction industry becomes ever more digitized, it is important that project information is shared not only quickly, but also accurately
Retrofitting modern security to old or protected heritage buildings used to be an installer’s nightmare
The smartphone is changing access control and security management at every scale and level, from global corporations to small companies.
Could the data your access control system generates reveal priceless business insights? In many businesses today, the answer is Yes. The problem is how to analyse that data quickly and accurately to bring valuable, digestible business benefits.
Taking the first step into electronic access control may seem intimidating. Yet, as businesses of all sizes and from every industry have discovered, choosing the right system quickly translates to time and money savings.
With hundreds of doors and a 3km perimeter, the Flanders Expo is larger than most buildings.