Enhance guest safety and security while reducing operating costs with advanced electronic locking systems
Digital Keys for Efficiency and Safety
In addition to guest room access, digital keys can be used by staff and guests to traverse all areas of a property. Business processes become more efficient when you can manage all access points from back-of-house to the front desk through a single software platform.
All Types of Campus Environment Applications
By adopting advanced electronic door locking systems, you can control other systems within a hotel room and throughout a property through integration. Unlike motion detection systems (which can be less useful when people are lying still or sleeping), access control systems can definitively pinpoint which rooms are occupied and where specific people are.
Energy Savings Through Integration
Guest SafetyYou can provide access to guests with digital keys that can be stored on a guest’s smartphone. You’re not worried about the loss of physical keys.
Staff ProductivityWhen you can modify an employee’s access quickly and without redistributing keys or key cards, you increase productivity. A centralized system for access control enables operators to turn off access for any given entry point without the need to go to the door where the lock is. By reviewing historical data, you can measure the time employees spend at different activities; for example, how long it takes to clean a guest room.
SecurityYou can track who passes through every entry/exit point as well as the location of everyone that has access to the property. You can track who’s getting in and who’s getting out. Guests gain peace of mind knowing there is a digital trail of who enters their room.
Communication – Wire free, read/write, networked locks that communicate with a central database
Design – Upgradable locks and software to protect against obsolescence
Accessibility – Remote access to monitor your systems anytime day or night
Environmental – Energy saving device options to control energy use in unoccupied rooms
Mobile – Bluetooth enabled options for control via smartphone apps
Connection – Seamless integration with other systems including CCTV, parking, license plate recognition, biometrics, fire alarm, and physical security information management systems
Security – Granular management of access privileges
Growth – Scalable to 65,000 doors and 4,000,000 users
RFID – Compatible with most common RFID technologies
Options – Battery free, waterproof keys available as cards, fobs, and bracelets