ASSA ABLOY EMEA

ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems, the global leader in door opening solutions, is pleased to present the Besam Secure360™ sensor for access control revolving doors.

Besam’s Secure360™ is a next-generation sensor that eliminates the threat of common security breaches like piggybacking and tailgating. Featuring state-of-the-art technology, Besam Secure360™ uses a combination of laser and video detection to monitor the number of people trying to enter your facility, identify suspicious behaviour, and prevent unauthorised entry. Available for 1-way or 2-way traffic, this advanced algorithm technology represents the most effective protection available for revolving doors.

Unlike many other systems that are just as likely to stop someone carrying a large package as they are someone trying to piggyback their way into your facility, the unparalleled precision of Besam Secure360™ provides you with a safe and secure environment with minimal disruption to your business.

For more information regarding the Besam Secure360™ sensor or and the complete line of Besam products, visit www.besam-usa.com or contact ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems, at marketing.na.besam@assaabloy.com.

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