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SALTO's hospitality access control solutions to be showcased at HITEC 2010

Published on 9 June, 2010
SALTO’s access control technology to be displayed at HITEC 2010
SALTO is exhibiting AElement - their brand new RFID hotel lock - at HITEC 2010

Leading hospitality access control provider SALTO Systems will exhibit at HITEC 2010 taking place at Orange County Convention Centre, Orlando, Florida from June 21 - 24. 

As the world's largest and most influential hospitality technology event, The Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition & Conference (HITEC) is the perfect venue to discover all the latest product and service innovations designed to enhance the guest experience and maximise hotel security.

Whatever your hospitality access control needs, you will find it at SALTO Systems on booth number 337 where they will be exhibiting and demonstrating their latest innovations in hotel security technology.

These include - AElement - their brand new RFID hotel lock. Developed specifically for the hotel market, AElement provides hotels with a fully integrated real time security solution allowing them to combine their entire guest hospitality needs into one stylish, energy efficient and reliable wire-free locking system. It can control the security of the entire hotel from a single location including granting access privileges to individual rooms and gathering audit trail data from every door in real time - all without leaving the front desk.

Also on show will be the new XS4 locker lock designed to provide a high level of security protection for lockers and cabinets making it ideal for use in hotel pool and fitness areas, gyms, spas, golf clubs, staff areas and more.

This will be joined by the new Advanced Exit Device Trim. This has been developed in response to demand from the hospitality market for an advanced access control solution for use on exit doors fitted with panic bars. It allows hotels to add the control of exit doors to an access control system without the usual high cost of a fully wired solution and is simple and quick to install and configure with no need for any complex wiring.

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