Nedap is offering on-line and off-line access control, locker and key cabinet management
The presentation focuses on streamlining the access control function in the university environment

Drop by a joint presentation of Nedap and the University of Nottingham at HECSA on the 4th of June to find out more.

Deployment of smart campus cards is an important topic in the educational business. Bringing together functionalities such as attendance recording and monitoring, cashless catering and campus access control has so many benefits that more and more HEIs and FEIs are implementing smart technologies to their campus sites. However, integration of applications is often considered complex. The University of Nottingham shows how integration can be made simple by implementation of a stream-lined solution and platform for the future, thanks to a converged approach to access control and card management, delivered by Nedap.

Deployment of smart campus cards is an important topic in the educational business that can be controlled by means of a smart card via a unified platform.

HECSA Conference & Exhibition on the 4th of June

A joint presentation: Streamlining the access control function in a university environment

  • Presenters:  Daryn Flynn (Nedap) & Barry Chadwick (University of Nottingham)
  • Date:  Tuesday, 4th June 2013
  • Time:  10.15 am
  • Venue:  Le Meridien Piccadilly, 21 Piccadilly, London W1J 0BH
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