How to Protect the Safety of District Administration?

The German state of North Rhine-Westphalia has a district with more than 370,000 inhabitants, making it the most populous area in the administrative region. It includes 13 towns and municipalities. People work in a building built in 1997. The building is made of large amounts of glass, steel and concrete.

It is not easy to design an access control system for this building, because this building is an open building with extensive branch structures. For example, the side doors and underground parking lots are not controlled. The manager hopes to be able to open these entrances to authorized persons. At the same time, he hopes to be able to easily adjust the access rights, for example, when working hours change, he can know the status of the access control in real time.

How to Protect the Safety of District Administration

In this case, Vanma smart lock system is a very good choice.

  • Flexible Authorization: Each key can be authorized by the software, allowing the key to unlocking which lock, or what period to unlock, convenient for management. The permission is granted only on the employee’s working day, and the lock cannot be opened at other times. The way to modify permissions is also very simple, just set up in the system accordingly.
  • Blacklist: When the key is lost, a blacklist can be set in the smart lock system so that the lost key does not have any permission to unlock any lock. In this way, the administrator does not need to replace all the locks because of the loss of the key, which saves costs.
  • Record Lock/Unlock Information: according to the Vanma smart lock management system, the records can be viewed, and the responsibility can be traced back to the specific employee.
  • Stainless steel material: Vanma’s padlocks are made of stainless steel, and the protection rate reaches IP65. This allows the padlock to be used normally in rainy days.

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