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Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service is responsible for the fire and rescue service across the region of Yorkshire and the Humber in the UK, serving a population of almost one million people. The Fire & Rescue Service required an access control solution that could secure multiple sites on a single system.

Type of site:
Public Sector – Emergency Response

Location:
Hull, UK

Number of users/doors:
• 12 sites
• 260 doors
•300+ users

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Islington on the Green

Islington on the Green is a residential complex consisting of 70 modern, high specification apartments. They required an access control solution that would be simple to use, and could enable the Concierge and residents to grant access to visitors from the reception, and their individual apartments, respectively.

Type of site:
Residential

Location:
London, UK

Number of doors/users:
• 71 doors
• 150 users


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Study Studio Park

Study Studio Park is a new student accommodation complex in Breda, Netherlands. Each studio apartment includes a spacious room and en suite, and access to a communal garden and shared facilities. They required an access control solution that would secure the main entrance and the individual studios, with the ability to monitor who was on site at any time.

Type of site:
Residential

Location:
Breda, Netherlands

Number of users/doors:
• 224 apartments
• 235 users


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Blok Developments

Blok Developments is an urban property developer operating in Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard and CBD. Their thoughtfully designed and detail orientated apartments are built to make a lasting contribution to the neighbourhoods they develop in. Security is a priority for Blok and their residents. They required a system that would allow them to control who could access the developments, and had the functionality to easily assign, update and bar access tokens, from a simple, reliable user interface.

Type of site:
Residential

Location:
Cape Town, ZA

Number of doors:
• 12 doors
• 4 developments


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National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI)

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) is a charity who respond 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to save lives on South African waters. Established in 1967, the organisation has over 1000 unpaid volunteers, across 31 locations.

Type of site:
Emergency Response Service Centre

Number of doors/users:
• 1 door
• 15 staff

Solution required:
• Keyless solution
• Remote access control of secured door, for emergency access and egress

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