Access control technology PULSE from ASSA ABLOY has been recognised for its combination of energy harvesting power generation and security features designed to meet the challenges of the next decade.
Currently many teachers must carry around cumbersome keys. This is to ensure pupils do not enter rooms which could put themselves or valuable school equipment at risk. With ASSA ABLOY Code Handle ®, this is possible without having to constantly lock and unlock doors by key.
Managing multiple units and regular tenancy changes with mechanical lock-and-key technology is time-consuming and inefficient. It can also create security vulnerabilities when keys are lost. An easier, electronic solution — without wires or batteries — will save management time and money, as ASSA ABLOY explains…
Abloy UK is showcasing its range of innovative digital access solutions at the International Security Expo 2021.
In this piece, ASSA ABLOY talks about equipping glass doors with the right electronic access control, without disrupting aesthetics.
When keys go missing, for example, or user access requirements change, mechanical security does not have the flexibility to adapt quickly, explains ASSA ABLOY…
Integration of Siveillance Access from Siemens Smart Infrastructure Suite with Aperio® battery-powered access control from ASSA ABLOY puts security at the core of any smart building.
Retrofitting modern security to old or protected heritage buildings used to be an installer’s nightmare. Now it is straightforward, explains ASSA ABLOY…
At Hydreaulys, a French water and waste management utility, a simple switch to ASSA ABLOY programmable key-based access control helped them make improvements on both counts.
After around nine years of construction, the Humboldt Forum is gradually opening its doors. It features the electronic eCLIQ locking system from ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions.