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|Handling security for a multinational? Many companies address this by having several separate security systems. With AEOS, that’s not necessary. One can have just one security management platform and extend and adapt it as per his/her wish across the world. The user will have central control to set, adjust and monitor compliance of their policies, and local control to make changes to suit local requirements.|
|By linking AEOS to the user's HR system, he/she can significantly reduce administration and vastly improve security. As soon as someone’s HR record changes AEOS automatically updates their card. This centralised automation reduces mistakes and oversights and means one can easily control access for large numbers of people whose statuses are changing regularly. For temporary visitors, receptionists can quickly create access cards to maintain high levels of security and safety.|
|With AEOS, the user issues just one card per person for access to everything from zones to rooms, lockers and cabinets. Because AEOS links to student database, one can change authorisations centrally and automatically without recalling cards. At the end of term one can revoke access rights instantly and automatically and update cards with new authorisations at the start of the next one.|
|AEOS provides access control, video management and intrusion detection on one easy-to-manage platform. Users have the flexibility to set up access rights, monitoring and automatic updates exactly how they want them. Users can also design customised responses to as many scenarios as they like – from fire to earthquake, rioting and more. In an emergency, users can instantly activate the appropriate, pre-defined settings with just one button, maintaining the venues safety policy, even in a panic situation.|
|AEOS gives the control and flexibility to respond quickly to the ever-changing security demands of central and local government. Maintaining an open culture with accessible counters, while protecting the safety of people, belongings and information, becomes easy to manage. Users can separate public and non-public zones, set varying access criteria and maintain extremely high levels of security.|
|If the user is managing security at a busy hospital or nursing home, AEOS gives the flexibility he/she needs to keep control of access and the flow of people. The user can easily set security zones for different spaces, such as wards, operating theatres and medicine cabinets. And one can define authorisations for different groups of people, such as surgeons, nurses and visitors. If there’s an emergency, the user can instantly give staff priority for accessing lifts and open all the doors on the way to a vacant operating theatre.|
AEOS gate control allows the user to significantly improve its airport’s security and efficiency. It puts one's existing gate control equipment onto a network, which the user manages centrally, saving time and enabling easy operation of the gates with fewer personnel. With access control and video monitoring on one system, users always have a clear picture of what’s happening.
|AEOS enables the users to achieve watertight security to protect their clients’ information and their company’s reputation. One can easily activate pre-defined rules for various zones, rooms or scenarios. If confidential information is being discussed in a meeting, one can quickly set access rights so only authorised people can enter the room. The user can also set rules such as chief first, where a supervisor must present their access card first so no one can enter without them.|
|AEOS enables the user's to integrate access control, intrusion detection and video management. So users can easily control and monitor all their sites, interpret events quickly and accurately, produce a roll call of who’s present where and take action immediately. And, as many of the user's premises may be in remote locations with low staffing levels, protecting employees will be high on their priorities too.|
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