Finding security solutions in healthcare spaces

September 5, 2019

When considering the safety and security needs for healthcare facilities a specific set of challenges arise, according to an article on the Architecture and Design website. 

Solutions range from combined hardware and software to designs that facilitating exiting in emergency situations is as swiftly as possible.

More facilities are transitioning from traditional keys to smart technology.

The demand for electronic access control continues to grow because it gives end users greater control over every connected opening, which means more command of their facilities as a whole, the article said.

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