Manage access from anywhere, thanks to SMARTair™ from TESA
SMARTair™ from TESA makes affordable access control more flexible and more mobile than ever with the Wireless Online management system. With just a couple of clicks using the Web Manager, facilities managers can configure their access control system, remotely unlock doors, view what is happening in the facility and much more, wherever they are in the world.
All you need is a web connection to manage access control with the new Web Manager. With a standard browser such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Firefox, and without any additional software installation, you can remotely and securely open your organisation’s wireless devices from anywhere.
The SMARTair™ Wireless Online system management from TESA does more than just remote unlocking. The simple interface also allows security managers to receive system status updates, set automatic email alerts, change a user’s access rights, or examine an audit trail, from anywhere in the world.
Server communication security is ensured thanks to the HTTP Secure (HTTPS) protocol, which uses the latest encryption methods (SSL/TLS).
Facilities managers can also enjoy the same functionality and simple interface by installing the SMARTair™ app. The app is compatible with iOS, Android, Windows and BlackBerry devices, and can manage multiple sites from the same simple interface.
|Model code||SMARTair™ Web Manager|
|Additional info||With SMARTair™ TS1000 software, the facilities manager can manage access rights using calendar schedules for different user groups. The system offers ongoing flexibility: new doors, new users and new access rights. Schedules can easily be incorporated at any time. Similar to a master key management system, the software offers time limited access for each user, as well as the ability to easily change access rights.|
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