Focus: Security

Wireless access control offers range of potential benefits

April 19, 2017

Wireless access control systems — including key cards, PINs, passwords and biometrics — can offer range of potential benefits to healthcare facilities, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

Reasons wireless access control could benefit a healthcare facility include:

• Overall lower total cost 

• Ease of installation in new or existing buildings where wiring or cabling can be difficult to maneuver

• Flexibility and scalability for growing campuses

Read the article.



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