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|Model Code||Rule engine|
|Model Info||The rule engine is a licence for automatically assigning and/or changing information and authorisations by means of user-defined rules. It can quickly and simply couple access authorisations for employees, vehicles, visitors or contractors to different attributes such as age, department or building. Authorisations can be applied to individuals or complete groups, locally or across the world. A rule may also be a combination of several conditions which are linked by "and/or". The following parameters can be assigned or altered by rules: template, entrance group, day/time schedule, organisation, region and area. This functionality ensures that standard manual changes in the system are automated and executed error-free.|
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