Security Systems for Commercial Buildings
Office lobbies and reception areas in commercial buildings have evolved dramatically during recent years. But one thing remains the same – you want your people, buildings and assets to be safe and secure.
Reception areas are getting larger and more open, to impress visitors and make employees feel welcome. Owners want to incorporate the latest interior design trends and complement modern architecture while keeping perceived barriers to a minimum.
Working patterns are becoming more flexible, with employees coming and going throughout the day and night. Security turnstiles may need to be connected remotely, so security can be maintained even if no guard staff are physically present to supervise the entrance.
Our speed gates rise to and meet these challenges head-on, offering a perfect combination of speed, security and modern design.
Museums and Attractions
We’ve all seen how long the queues can get outside of tourist attractions like museums and galleries. If your system can only manage four or five transactions per minute and you’re looking at a peak flow of two dozen people within that same timeframe, there’s going to be a bottleneck.
Bear in mind that in public access buildings, there’s a bigger chance you’ll encounter visitors who need staff assistance to use, what is to them, an unfamiliar entrance system. These hold-ups have to be factored into your speed of entry too.
Henrik Neelmeyer, CEO, Egeskov Castle