Putting intelligent keys to work in our public services

Putting intelligent keys to work in our public services: Resilience and efficiency have become watchwords for our public institutions, before, during and after the ongoing health crisis. In delivering services fit for the modern world, these institutions need more than just innovation and accountability. They require flexibility and agility, too, including in how they approach security. The lock and key have enjoyed public trust for a long time. Keys were

Case study: Kenilworth Court

Amthal has worked closely with the management team and residents at Kenilworth Court to ensure fire and security upgrades on site occur without compromising on aesthetics of the Edwardian mansion blocks. Situated in Putney, Kenilworth Court consists of eight purpose built Edwardian style blocks of flats, completed in 1904 – 1905. Featuring 150 portered flats, with a garden in the middle, it is now run by the controlling company, Kenilworth

“Touch-free” access control with temperature screening

How “touch-free” access control with temperature screening helps businesses in returning to work. Businesses are reopening and employees are returning to work. Managing protections for workers, customers and visitors with the lingering effects of COVID-19 poses challenges in the business world. To cope with challenges, it is crucial for businesses to maximize protection while operating their access control systems effectively. This requires safer and faster temperature screenings, controlling access, and

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Temperature screening helps in returning to work

Businesses are reopening and employees are returning to work. Managing protections for workers, customers, and visitors with the lingering effects of Covid-19 poses challenges in the business world. To cope with challenges, it is crucial for businesses to maximise protection while operating their access control systems effectively. This requires safer and faster temperature screenings, controlling access, and recording attendance, as well as visitor management. Touch-free access control systems with a

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Paxton raise the standard with latest door entry monitor

Paxton has added to their video entry product line by launching their next generation standard monitor – the Entry Standard monitor. Developed in response to customer feedback, the new standard monitor offers a feature-rich and cost-effective solution for a range of applications – from schools and hospitals to offices and residential buildings. Like other Paxton products, this monitor is engineered with a focus on simplicity and ease-of-use. The monitor includes

Genetec releases access control feature to help identify people at risk of infectious diseases

“Contagion/Contaminant Proximity Report” available free of charge to any Genetec Security Center Synergis™ access control customers Genetec Inc. (“Genetec”), a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions today announced that it has released a new reporting function for its Security Center Synergis™ (Synergis) access control system that is designed to help organisations find all people who went through a door in close proximity to someone

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How one French racecourse saved security costs

Racecourse managers at the Hippodrome Côte d’Azur faced a familiar dilemma. How to stop duplicatable mechanical keys jeopardising security for employees and visitors? And how to drastically reduce the time they were wasting in getting locks replaced when someone lost their key? The racecourse’s 63-hectare site incorporates tracks used for many equestrian disciplines. Around 30 workers are employed full-time, but during meetings it welcomes up to 1,000 horses and 3,000

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When cutting-edge video meets analogue infrastructure

When cutting-edge video meets analogue infrastructure in 1960s design high-rise apartment blocks and how the latest technology can help overcome residents frustrations when answering the door. “If someone rang the bell at the side entrance, it wouldn’t always ring in my apartment upstairs,” says the chairman of the condo council, who lives at the RiverGate condominium in River Valley, Singapore. “Visitors often had to call me to let them in,

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Paxton, opens new in-house test facility

Paxton has opened a state-of-the-art product test centre at its Global Head Office, in Brighton. This new investment allows Paxton and other businesses to test products during the manufacturing phase. The robust testing equipment will increase the quality and durability of the products. The company has transformed its warehouse space into the world-class Paxton Test Facility. This means, Paxton now provides a space to carry out compliance and environmental testing.

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Campus renovation includes an upgrade to real-time access control

Around 7,000 people pass through the Luminy faculty’s suburban campus every day. As part of a major project to modernise two buildings, university managers sought a retrofit-ready access control solution to upgrade security. University administrators selected Aperio locks to secure doors in the new buildings. With Aperio, facilities staff deal with lost keys more efficiently. The laborious process of changing locks and reissuing keys — part of the daily workload

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