How to Protect the Safety of the Factory?
Factories are very vulnerable to external intrusions and production hazards. External invasion is because there are many valuable raw materials or finished products in the factory, which have a certain value. The production hazard is caused by mechanical failure due to the failure to regularly inspect the machinery, which causes losses. It may even cause casualties. In order to reduce these two losses, an Australian factory decided to upgrade their safety system.
The factory is composed of multiple parts, which are divided into production area, research and development area, administrative office, and marketing department. Since the production area and R&D area are very important, the boss decided to install access control systems for these two areas. But this is not a simple project.
There are usually complex machines in the production area, and these machines generate a lot of dust and grease when they work. This is a huge challenge for many access control systems. But the Vanma smart lock cannot be affected by the external environment. Because all Vanma locks have IP68 protection rate, and provide the highest level of corrosion resistance, it can protect the lock from foreign objects (such as dust or grease).
Since the factory is divided into different areas, and the people who can enter different areas are different, it is necessary to flexibly grant different access rights to different people. 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.
As it involves property issues, records are essential. According to the Vanma smart lock management system, the records can be viewed, and the responsibility can be traced back to the specific employee.