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LOCKEN’s access control systems win certification from ATX as per the new explosive atmosphere requirements

LOCKEN’s latest innovation in cable free access control, powered by contactless technology, wins certification from health & safety regulator ATEX, in accordance with new explosive atmosphere requirements. Approved to ATEX II 2 G Ex ib IIB T4, the solution is suitable for gas delivery and regulation stations, specific hydrocarbon processing and distribution infrastructures and chemical factory enclosures. It is also suitable for areas where an explosive mixture of gas, vapour or mist...

LOCKEN launches new website, showcasing expertise in autonomous access control

Cable-free access control provider, LOCKEN has launched a new website, which reflects its position as a market pioneer, showcasing its expertise and commitment to innovation and future technologies. Following the company’s merger with ISEO, LOCKEN is increasing its activity within new and emerging markets and is continuing to create innovative solutions that are tailored to its clients’ individual demands and requirements. Industries served by LOCKEN With 15 years’ knowledge...

LOCKEN secures Saint-Avertin's with advanced access control systems

Responsible for the safety and security of a huge number of public facilities, including leisure centres, libraries and event spaces, local authorities are increasingly looking for ways to improve security, while also streamlining the security management process. With multiple requirements from a legislative, insurance and public safety perspective, local authorities need a simple and effective solution that provides flexibility through advanced technology. Security must be closely monitored an...

LOCKEN secures Enedis national network’s substations by providing access control solutions

LOCKEN has been selected to modernise access management for half of all substations in Enedis’ national network. Following a test phase it has opted for the latest-generation intelligent key by Iseo, which uses contactless induction technology to guarantee instant access. The EDF subsidiary supplies electricity to consumer meters, through extremely high-voltage lines, located at its many substations. The solution is currently being introduced and full deployment across 1,100 substations w...

LOCKEN to exhibit robust, contactless access control technology at Security & Counter Terror Expo 2019

LOCKEN’s innovative cable free access control, based on contactless technology, provides maximum reliability and the most robust access management solution on the market, guaranteeing instant opening. Access management solution Connected via a Bluetooth module and combined with smartphone technology, the new key opens up an infinite range of services for the user. Cylinders are installed without wiring and are resistant to all climatic conditions (IP69). The solution is certified by ATE...

LOCKEN celebrates 15 years of innovation in the competitive access control solutions industry

LOCKEN was established in 2003, combining the knowledge and expertise of its three founders, Arnaud Flecchia, Roland de la Chapelle and Stéphane Conreux. Well established within the telecom and IT world, this threesome has transformed the business of access control: thanks to breakthrough technology, based on intelligent keys and user-friendly software, they brought to the market a solution that required no wiring or maintenance. This was a remarkable leap forward that has fully benefited...

Renvico chooses the LOCKEN access control solution to secure wind farms

Wind farms produced a record 15% of Britain’s electricity last year, equating to more than twice the output from coal. There is no question that wind-generated electricity, which is non-polluting and renewable, is steadily gaining ground. Renvico is one of the major European players within this market, and has recently opted for the latest generation of electronic access control to secure its growing wind farm business. Renvico’s wind farms are geographically dispersed in remote loc...

Smart access control is essential to the future of smart cities

Throughout the UK there are many examples of smart city transformation, with key industries including transport, energy, water and waste becoming increasingly ‘smart’. A smart city is a one that uses information and communication technologies to increase operational efficiency, share information with the public and improve both the quality of government services and resident welfare. Smart access is an important step forward in providing technologically advanced security manag...

LOCKEN to showcase mechatronic access control systems at Security & Counter Terror Expo 2018

LOCKEN, a provider of cable-free access control solutions, will be showcasing its range of electronic and mechatronic security systems at the forthcoming Security & Counter Terror Expo 2018, Olympia, London. Alongside its prominent electronic range, Locken will be showcasing its mechatronic range of access control systems. Combining the advantages of electronic access control system and mechanical solutions, the mechatronic range is based on contactless induction technology, providing maxim...

Palma de Mallorca International Airport chooses LOCKEN access control solution to secure runways

LOCKEN, the smart key specialist, is stepping up its presence in the Balearic Islands, providing Palma de Mallorca Airport with a robust and reliable access control solution. Securing main runways The airport plays a vital role for the Balearics and welcomes around ten million tourists annually, that’s more than many other airports, which service much larger visitor destinations, including Rome and Barcelona. Palma Airport, the third largest in Spain, follows the frantic pace of the summ...

Mechatronic access control: Superior security for hazardous sites

Securing potentially hazardous sites, which contain gas or oil storage facilities, is becoming increasingly important to UK industry. While other businesses are investing in enhanced access control solutions, such as electronic key-centric access management, many sites containing hazardous materials are left stuck in the dark ages, with basic and impractical mechanical locking systems. This is due to the potential risks associated with using an electronic device, which could cause a spark, in cl...

LOCKEN and ISEO to exhibit new range of interactive security systems at the Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017

At Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017, LOCKEN will exhibit the new Mechatronic range LOCKEN, a provider of cable-free access control solutions, will showcase its recent joint venture with ISEO Group and the launch of a new range of highly interactive security systems at the Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017 at Olympia on 3rd & 4th May, 2017. Mechatronic access control systems The joint venture, between two companies with strong entrepreneurial and family cultu...