How to Protect Sports and Leisure Infrastructure?
Usually, sports and leisure infrastructure tend to have a large number of visitors. A large number of visitors is a source of danger, whether it is a terrorist attack or the threat of fire. And most of the visitors are paid to enter the leisure infrastructure. Therefore, a strict access control system is essential for them. From theme parks to racetracks, from stadiums to stadiums, each facility has different requirements for access control systems. Generally speaking, this kind of demand does not appear alone and often requires two to three. This is a challenge for all access control systems.
What challenges will be faced?
The sports and leisure infrastructure covers a large area, and some even have tens of acres. These areas are divided into outdoor and indoor areas, and they need different locks. For convenience, the access control system they choose must have multiple types of locks.
Due to the large area, they often require a lot of staff for maintenance. However, the authority of these workers is different. Therefore, the access control system must be able to set different authorities.
For a stadium with a large floor area, it will cost a lot of money to arrange the wiring. In order to save costs, the access control system is preferably a passive electronic lock.
- Vanma has a variety of smart lock types: padlocks, cam locks, cabinet locks, they are all passive electronic locks. They can meet the basic needs of sports and leisure. And these locks are all IP68, waterproof and dustproof, and can be used normally even outdoors. They are made of stainless steel, which is difficult to be destroyed by people.
- Vanma smart lock system can set different authority. For example, administrators, staff. The administrator can set up the system, and the staff can only view the data. In order to further ensure the safety of the stadium’s property, the system can also set the allowable unlocking time.
- Multiple venues mean that multiple locks are required, and subsequently multiple keys are required. Maybe a staff member needs to hold more than five keys. In order to reduce the burden on staff and improve work efficiency, the Vanma smart lock system can use one key to unlock multiple locks.
- At the same time, Vanma smart lock system also has a blacklist function. 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.