Filtering access into and through any education institution is a formidable task. Diverse user groups have contrasting needs, from senior management teams to cleaners, IT staff to students, as ASSA ABLOY explore here.
In a recent ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions research survey, respondents identified a need for access control beyond the door — at ‘non-door’ points such as gates, cabinets, lockers and machinery.
The Aperio® E100 Wireless Escutcheon from ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions is a robust device suited to almost any medium- to high-traffic door that is easy to install wire-free, making it an ideal choice for both retrofit projects and new buildings.
Code Handle® brings award-winning design and digital security to any private door which requires a cost-efficient way to keep people out.
Over 500 Aperio® wireless door locking devices have now been deployed at seven separate InHolland University of Applied Sciences campus sites.
Access control and digital keys are easier and more cost effective than you imagine, explain ASSA ABLOY.
Stephanie Ordan, VP Digital and Access Solutions at ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions EMEA, talks about the future of access control in this piece
The benefits of electronic access control over mechanical locking outweigh the costs involved, ASSA ABLOY explain…
This piece from ASSA ABLOY explains how intelligent keys unlock security and efficiency improvements in the leisure sector.
Security administrators at a Spanish school were faced with a unique difficulty, as ASSA ABLOY has explained here.