Vanderbilt Industries

The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has presented a challenge to communities and businesses. As businesses start actively planning to open their places of work safely, Vanderbilt is providing their customers with smart and reliable strategies to help create a safer environment for staff and visitors. At Vanderbilt, they have explored best practices for protecting employees and visitors when they come to a building.

Check out some of the solutions below as the company aims to help businesses create a safe environment:

  • Touchless access control devices

Minimise contact with touch-free access control devices like Bluetooth readers and touch-free exit buttons. Deploy new credentials with no physical unit, and authorised visitors can be emailed a QR code that will grant them access to the building in a hands-free way. All compatible with ACT365 and ACTpro.

  • Occupancy management for social distancing

Manage and audit occupancy levels to ensure social distancing. Automated people counting systems offer a method of counting and limiting access to certain areas. Operators can enable a maximum occupancy level to prevent overcrowding within a building or in an area.

  • Temperature and mask detection

Touchless biometric readers that will detect whether the temperature of an individual is below a threshold before the system grants access. The facial recognition devices can also check whether the person is wearing a mask before letting them enter in a room or building.

  • Contact traceability reporting

Contact traceability reports enable organisations to monitor areas or zones where an individual has either a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19. Users could then be sent a push notification, prompting them to get tested if they have encountered an infected person.

  • Real-time cleaning requirements

Provide alarms when thresholds are met to alert cleaning staff. A building supervisor can set thresholds on different areas in the building, to alert the cleaning staff when areas have reached the level when they need to re-cleansed.

  • Remote security management

The rise in staff working from home has increased even further since the COVID-19 lockdown was introduced, and it is therefore critical that security staff can maintain control and monitor their organisation’s security systems remotely.

Share with LinkedIn Share with Twitter Share with Facebook Share with Facebook
Download PDF version Download PDF version

Vanderbilt Industries news

Vanderbilt announces VCredential cloud-based credential management platform

Vanderbilt, a global provider of state-of-the-art security systems, announced the launch of their VCredential cloud-based credential management platform. Following the introduction of the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) reader family in conjunction with ACT Enterprise in October 2019, Vanderbilt’s increased expansion in this market responds to the continuing trend toward virtualisation and a shift toward touchless door access.  VCredential is a cloud-based credential management platform...

Vanderbilt announces on-demand webinar on access control system strategies for businesses to reopen safely

As places of work start actively planning to safely open, Vanderbilt are providing customers with smart and reliable strategies to help create a safer environment for staff and visitors. Topics include: Creating social distancing solutions to allocate time slots and to ease people traffic flows Reducing transmission among employees by creating contact tracing reports on one’s access control system Maintaining healthy business operations by using one’s access control system to r...

Vanderbilt and ComNet announce a giveaway of branded reusable face masks as protection against COVID-19

ACRE brands Vanderbilt and ComNet have recently launched a giveaway of branded reusable face masks. The giveaway aligns with the return to work of many companies and employees across EMEA following the COVID-19 outbreak. There are many health and safety benefits to wearing a face mask, with reusable masks proving to be efficient and convenient for wearers. With this in mind, Vanderbilt and ComNet have decided to distribute free reusable face masks amongst their customer base. The masks are whi...

Vanderbilt Industries case studies

Vanderbilt integrates ACT365 with Mobile BankID to enhance supermarket security at ICA Sweden

Installation company Nessence recently integrated Vanderbilt’s ACT365 cloud-based access control and video management system with Mobile BankID in Sweden. Mobile BankID is a citizen identification solution that allows companies, banks, and government agencies to authenticate and conclude agreements with individuals over the internet. The integration with ACT365 comes together to solve a brief put forward by the supermarket chain, ICA Sweden. Web API for integration Tobias Olofsson, Proj...

Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless devices are the perfect match for retail establishments

Vanderbilt’s SPC Wireless is an ideal fit for the retail sector. First off, SPC Wireless devices’ aesthetically appealing design is perfect to fit in with retail environments and compliment the surrounding environments of a modern-day retail store. But, as well as featuring a sleek design, the Wireless devices also have many standout features that specifically benefit the retail sector. Automatic power saving One of these benefits is long battery life as the devices are supported b...

Vanderbilt ACT365 addresses access control security concerns at Study Abroad University, London

Access control has become a central component for the safety and security strategies of today's schools, and due to the complicated threats and challenges these facilities face, a school's access control technology must be innovative and intelligent enough to ensure comprehensive protection. The education sector is a gateway to the future for young people all over the world. But to assure this passage, schools must guarantee their students safety as well as their education. One such example of...