LenelS2 offers healthy buildings solutions

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LenelS2 offers healthy buildings solutions to enable touchless access, occupancy management and more. Advanced products and services to support safer workspaces.

As people around the world adjust to a new normal, the health and efficiency of our buildings – and how they influence personal health – is critically important. Today, LenelS2 announces its portfolio of solutions, part of Carrier’s Healthy Buildings Program, designed to help protect people and assets, and to help optimize building health and efficiency. LenelS2, a global leader in advanced security systems and services, is a part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.

“As businesses and schools reopen, organizations need to be confident in their ability to protect the health and safety of building occupants, and building occupants need to trust that they will be protected,” said Jeff Stanek, president, LenelS2. “Solutions from LenelS2 can help end users provide healthier and safer workspaces as they begin to welcome people back to their facilities.”

LenelS2 solutions that are part of Carrier’s Healthy Buildings Program enable touchless access, occupancy management, enhanced access control and proactive

screening, allowing organisations to operate more safely and efficiently. Current offerings include:

Touchless Access allows building occupants to eliminate a significant number of access touch points through the implementation of industry-leading BlueDiamondTM mobile credentialing technology.

Occupancy Management and Enhanced Access Control leverages data and controls building access. Example tools include monitoring and enforcing occupancy requirements, providing access reports to support contact tracing, and implementing building entry controls to facilitate site-specific screening protocols.

Proactive Screening Solutions through access control offerings make it possible for employees and visitors to self-assess their health and wellness through web- and email-based tools before requesting access to a building.

LenelS2 can help upgrade facilities with the appropriate package of solutions based on organization’s applications across a wide variety of verticals and requirements. In support of Carrier’s BluEdge tiered service offering, LenelS2 Advanced Services is also offering solution packages that consist of Core for safe entry, Enhance to include post-entry building occupancy and Elite to include advanced access control tools and consultative services. For more information, view this video on LenelS2’s solutions to healthy buildings.

 

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