When keys go missing, for example, or user access requirements change, mechanical security does not have the flexibility to adapt quickly, 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.
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.
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.
CLIQ® technology, from leading security provider Mul-T-Lock, offers a smart security solution for all types of retail outlets, whether it be a chain of supermarkets or a standalone local shop.
ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware & Access Control proudly exhibited its latest security and integrated access control technology at SiX 2019.
In a world where many electronic access systems offer greater convenience and flexibility than mechanical keys, what can really make the difference? ASSA ABLOY has the answer…
An eCLIQ system from ASSA ABLOY allows a person to manage everyone’s access from anywhere, at any time – electronically, securely and wirelessly.
ASSA ABLOY have helped meet the requirements of Creval, a regional bank in Italy, when it sought an alternative to a mechanical master-key system.