Door opening solutions company, ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions and its working partner Corps Security presented the ASSA CLIQ Remote access control system to influential figures at a recent security industry breakfast meeting. Like an access control system, CLIQ Remote enables keys to be managed from a central point yet, being a mechatronic cylinder, offers this flexibility on a high security mechanical platform which allows all types of cylinder to be included.
ASSA ABLOY has published a video demonstrating how its Aperio wireless locks can be used to expand new and existing building access control systems. This enables monitoring from a single security system and also means users only require a single RFID access control card. Aperio wireless locking can be integrated into access control systems made by any manufacturer.
Seos is the world’s first commercial ecosystem for digital keys on NFC mobile phones, enabling mobile phones to replace mechanical keys and access cards. Passing a mobile phone over the lock will open doors to homes, hotels, offices, hospitals, universities, industries and commercial buildings
As the building industry responds to the demand by Government for collaborative 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) on projects, David Wigglesworth, Managing Director of ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, discusses the impact of BIM and his own division’s plans to deliver BIM objects to assist the industry with specification in future projects.
Abloy UK’s case study looks at the impact of its high security CLIQ Remote cylinder and security key system supplied to manage access to the drug cabinets at Scunthorpe General Hospital, Northern Lincolnshire. Abloy’s CLIQ Remote system replaced traditional mechanical lock systems, resulting in significant cost and time savings and improved medicine security.