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Office monitoring with access control and connection to a PBX

Protection of entrances and possibly other rooms in the building against unauthorized access with an online-compatible solution for the administration of authorizations, time-user-profiles and access logging.

Doors are to be opened using RFID mediums so that user profiles will also be logged every time. Authorizations can be granted or denied individually. If required, the solution ought to be expandable to other rooms or areas and be combinable with video surveillance. Additionally, critical areas (entrance, rooms with limited access) ought to be monitored for burglary. In doing so, the access system takes over the entire control.

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Office monitoring with access control and connection to a PBX

Access control for distributed storage areas and material cabinets

Access control for distributed storage areas and material cabinets

There are several rooms or cabinets on site in which papers or materials for production or consumption materials are stored. An access control system ought to be installed in order to better control access and removal of material. The administration of user data and profiles ought to be done from a central position. All access is to be logged in a logbook. The affiliated components should be easy to maintain.

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Access control for distributed storage areas and material cabinets

Access control for industrial sites – storage – logistics (wireless)

Protection of rooms inside the buildings as well as entrance doors against unauthorized access with an online-compatible solution for the administration of authorizations, time-level-profiles and access logs.

Doors are to be opened using RFID mediums so that user-related access logs are created. Authorizations can individually be granted or denied. If required, the solution ought to be expandable to other rooms/areas and be combinable with video surveillance.

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Access control for industrial sites – storage – logistics (wireless)

Monitoring of distributed IT cabinets on production sites

Within the production facility there are IT cabinets which connect computer-controlled production lines to the server infrastructure for example.

The cabinets ought to be monitored permanently for all critical threats such as over temperature or fire in order to secure the constant availability of the systems and thus guarantee an uninterrupted production. Potential risks ought to be detected as early as possible in order to initiate counter measures in time. The monitoring ought to be done from a central position so that critical conditions can directly be identified. Moreover, the solution ought to be scalable in order to be able to expand it if necessary.

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Monitoring of distributed IT cabinets on production sites

Monitoring of engineering and supply rooms

Within the production facility, there are several engineering and supply rooms that are to be monitored.

Physical security – meaning the protection of all affiliated devices against threats such as over temperature, high humidity, fire and burglary – plays an important role in the permanent operation of servers and their environment. Potential threats ought to be detected as soon as possible in order to initiate countermeasures in time. The monitoring itself ought to be done from a central position in order to be able to determine any critical conditions at a glance.

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Monitoring of engineering and supply rooms

Alarm monitoring across branches

Several branch locations with remote IT or engineering rooms. The rooms are connected to a central location via WAN and ought to be monitored completely.

The monitoring ought to be done from a central location and integrate the single rooms on the sites into one system. If required, the monitoring solution ought to be expandable in order to add video surveillance or to integrate rooms not related to IT for example.

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Alarm monitoring across branches

Access control for office branches (wireless)

Protection of non-public doors in or outside the building against non-authorized access across multiple branches.

The administration of users and authorizations for single branches ought to be done centrally and integrate all sites into one system in order to keep the administration effort small. All access is documented in a central logbook. Additionally, critical areas are to be video controlled for an even higher level of security.

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Access control for office branches (wireless)

Office monitoring with access control

Protection of entrances and possibly other rooms in the building against unauthorized access with an online-compatible solution for the administration of authorizations, time-user-profiles and access logging.

Doors are to be opened using RFID mediums so that user profiles will also be logged every time. Authorizations can be granted or denied individually. If required, the solution ought to be expandable to other rooms or areas and be combinable with video surveillance. Additionally, critical areas (entrance, rooms with limited access) ought to be monitored for burglary. In doing so, the access system takes over the entire control.

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Office monitoring with access control

Access control for chambers – office – doctor’s practice

Protection of building entrances and possibly other rooms in the building against unauthorized access with an online-compatible solution for the administration of authorizations, time-level-profiles and access logs.

Doors are to be opened using RFID mediums in order to guarantee a user-related documentation each time. Authorizations can individually be granted or denied. If necessary, the solution ought to be expandable to other rooms or areas and be combinable with video surveillance.

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Access control for chambers – office – doctor’s practice
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