The new Tekirdağ City Hospital in northwest Turkey sought a modern access management solution. Step forward ASSA ABLOY…
At LFC Milling in South Africa, ASSA ABLOY CLIQ key-operated electronic access control helps to ensure employee health and site security.
The University of St Andrews chose Aperio® battery powered electronic escutcheons from ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions. Approximately 1,600 doors so far are equipped with electronic access control — without cabling.
Abloy UK is pleased to unveil its new website following an extensive redesign and content refresh. The revamped site provides a wealth of information about Abloy’s mechanical, electromechanical and digital access portfolio.
Abloy UK has been awarded a three-year contract with Thames Water, valued at an estimated £750k. This is to upgrade existing locking systems between now and June 2024.
Abloy UK has been awarded a 5-year contract with UK Power Networks, valued at £2.5m, to upgrade the current mechanical locking systems.
When keys go missing, for example, or user access requirements change, mechanical security does not have the flexibility to adapt quickly, explains ASSA ABLOY…
ASSA ABLOY has assisted with the design and specification of doorsets and relevant hardware at a primary school.
Two museums with a single security environment – meaning access management was eating up significant time and budget for the museums’ Technical and Security Manager. The solution for simpler access management was eCLIQ.
Over 500 Aperio® wireless door locking devices have now been deployed at seven separate InHolland University of Applied Sciences campus sites.