ASSA ABLOY Access Control is responsible for industry leading innovations such as Aperio technology
ASSA ABLOY has compiled research to illustrate benefits of wireless versus magnetic locks

ASSA ABLOY Access Control has launched a new discussion paper illustrating the key cost savings with wireless battery powered access control.

ASSA ABLOY Access Control, responsible for industry leading innovations such as Aperio™ technology, has compiled the research based on a typical case study of student accommodation, to illustrate the sustainable benefits of wireless locks versus magnetic locks, together with the significant cost savings.

Says Damian Marsh, Managing Director of ASSA ABLOY Access Control: “The aim of the white paper is to highlight ASSA ABLOY’s dedication to working in partnership to educate, inspire and provide energy efficient door opening solutions that are environmentally sound throughout the entire production process and product lifecycle.”

“At the same time, we remain committed to introducing revolutionary platforms such as Aperio™, with a prime intention of creating cost effective solutions that can be easily installed, programmed, monitored and ultimately operated for the benefit of the complete supply chain. All this without compromising on quality or style!”

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