Doug Bedell — February 19, 2020, 9:09 am

Wireless Locks Allow Full Security Control


Wireless locks may be “one of the best ways to secure a variety of exterior and interior perimeters within a single facility,” like a campus setting, SecurityInfowatch.com advises.

“One of the best ways to secure a variety of exterior and interior perimeters within a single facility is by using wireless locks. Like all electronic locks, wireless locks enhance access control by making it possible to execute immediate global commands to all locks in the system,” is the guidance provided by InfoWatch. “The lock itself, along with request to exit, door status switch and reader functionality are all resident in the hardware and can be controlled from a remote location. Each user can have their own credentials provisioned with their individual authorities…

“No matter what a building’s history, construction materials or industry, wireless locks can deliver an access control solution that protects the most critical interior perimeters.” They’re something well worth considering along with securing an outer perimeter.

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