Access control: Bringing efficiency to your lifts' automatic destination system
As the number of new high-rise buildings continues to increase, and existing buildings are modernised, increasingly more properties have passenger lifts. Many of these lifts are in busy buildings that are shared by several companies and have a high rate of traffic, so automatic destination systems are becoming popular. They not only improve traffic flow and convenience, but they also increase security and sustainability too.
But how can you take advantage of the valuable benefits offered by an automatic destination system for your lifts when you also have an access control system? How can you streamline your setup so only one system is managing authorisations?
In this whitepaper, Nedap looks at how lift systems are modernising, and why an access control system that uses open standards is the key to uniting your access control and lift system and simplifying authorisation management.
- The rise of destination control for passenger lifts
- Unifying access control and lift systems
- Valuable commercial benefits from destination control
- Keeping authorisation management in one place