11 March, 2013
The National University of Ireland has selected SALTO Systems to secure its recent extension to the John Paul II Library, according to SourceSecurityInfo.com.
To handle security into and within the new 6,200 square meter building, the National University of Ireland has deployed the latest in contactless access control systems from SALTO Systems and fitted them to turnstiles, internal and external doors.
Doorware Ltd, SALTO’s country distributor in Ireland that carried out the installation, which includes a range of RFID products from SALTO’s XS4 family including E9450 handle sets in a smart and practical stainless steel finish, as well as double sided units, gateways, controllers, readers and keypads.
SALTO’s XS4 smart ID cards build up “on-card” audit trails giving the University complete control over access and the ability to see who accessed what door, where and when. Cards can be programmed to allow access to specific rooms or areas within the library for selected periods only, with the doors auto locking at pre-specified times if required.
If card security is breached due to the loss or theft of a card, it can be instantly deleted without the need or cost of rekeying or changing locks saving the University time and money.
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