Freizeit, Messen und Hotels

Sicherheitslösungen für öffentliche Einrichtungen sollten das Erlebnis der Besucher verbessern und einen sicheren und komfortablen Betrieb gewährleisten.

Öffentliche Einrichtungen müssen für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich sein und gleichzeitig gut geschützt sein vor Eindringlingen, Diebstahl, Vandalismus und Bränden. Möglicherweise müssen sich die Produkte nahtlos in geschichtsträchtige Architektur oder moderne Glaskonstruktionen einfügen.

Öffentliche Einrichtungen, in denen Lösungen für Fluchtwege mit Sicherheitsschlössern, Fluchtweg-Türöffnern und Notentriegelungstastern erforderlich sind, um die Sicherheit von Besuchern zu gewährleisten, die jedoch auch von Zutrittskontrolllösungen zur Einschränkung des Zutritts zu Sperrbereichen profitieren können, sind beispielsweise Sportcenter, Konzerthallen und Museen.

Main areas where ASSA ABLOY can offer an integrated solution:

Main Entrance - The main entrance to a hotel is a busy place with visitors and their luggage constantly arriving and departing. From the main entrance door, visitors can access the entire hotel facility and therefore should be the first line of protection. Door automation such as sliding or revolving solutions can provide easy access and blend in with the hotel’s design elements.
Guestroom doors and locks - A guest’s sense of security is a hotel’s top priority. Through implementation of an efficient and reliable locking system, hotels can ensure their guests feel safe and comfortable. Next-generation smart card solutions and solutions such as Mobile Keys – an NFC-based solution which allow guests to receive their room key directly to their smart phones – also increase convenience.
In-room safes - A guest should feel comfortable and safe in their hotel room. Security and locking solutions such as electronic in-room safes in the interior of a hotel room must be consistent with the facilities’ aesthetics while performing their most important task: protecting a guest’s valuables.
Energy management systems - Energy management systems in guestrooms that regulate temperature can help the hotel save on their energy costs. By detecting guest presence in the room, energy management systems allow hotels to control and manage air conditioning and heating costs while rooms are unoccupied, monitoring temperature until guests return to their rooms.
Staff and back areas - Physical access solutions such as doors and access control systems provide security to a hotel’s staff and back areas. Logical access solutions using contactless smart card technology can allow staff to access workstations, networks and information. Padlocks on staff lockers to latches on kitchen cupboards in staff rest areas are examples of other solutions for these areas.
Emergency exits - An emergency exit or panic exit device must allow fast and efficient evacuation during emergency circumstances, and but still remain an important part of the building’s primary security by restricting access or ensuring entry at all other times. Intelligent panic exits and devices, for example, protect people and property during emergencies and at all other times.