Benefits of wireless access control for healthcare facilities

April 27, 2018

Wireless technology usage is more common today than ever before and the access control market, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

Key cards, PINs, passwords and biometrics are just a few of the options available to help secure everything from individual room access to main entry ways.

Reasons wireless access control might benefit a healthcare campus include:

• Ease of installation - Wireless locks can be easily installed in new or existing buildings where wiring or cabling can be difficult to maneuver.

• Remote coverage - Securing large or widespread organizations, such as a hospital campus can be a challenge. Wireless locks offer security solutions in any area regardless of the logistics. 

Read the article.



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