Access control systems for the police, fire service and emergency services
Emergency services such as the fire service, police and others are facing great challenges these days. Problems can arise quickly if keys are lost, especially within larger emergency service organisations. Due to the increased security requirements on the one hand and a frequently decentralised structure on the other, there is a need to be able to act swiftly to ensure security is re-established in the event of a key loss.
If we take emergency ambulance services as an example, we have a 24-hour service seven days a week. Everyone providing the service needs to have quick access to all necessary areas, yet at the same time expensive, life-saving equipment needs to be protected effectively against unauthorised access at all times.
The all-inclusive solution: System 3060
- Complex events that require a quick overview
- Special protection for restricted areas
- Many different areas with widely different access authorisations
Whether we are talking about the police, fire service or accident rescue services, they always involve intense operational activity and things often need to be decided and clarified at a moment's notice. A flexible system is required that can be easily adapted within a short period of time.
Moreover, access rights are not limited to doors, especially for emergency services. Authorisations also need to be assigned for other items. These may be special cabinets or also authorised access to start up vehicles.
System 3060 can meet all the requirements that emergency services impose on a modern locking system:
- Access control with simultaneously automated documentation
- Improvement in hygiene standards thanks to contactless technology
- Quality assurance through automatic event logging and automatic processes
- Active security through mapping of restricted access areas (e.g. drug storage and IT systems)
- Passive security by deterring theft and abuse
- Low costs thanks to sustainability, durability, minimal power consumption, upward and downward compatibility, connection to third-party systems and more