A single office building with 300 users and 50 doors may not have the most extensive physical infrastructure, but it shares the common need to secure a wide variety of access points with a flexible system that is easy to manage.
ProAccess SPACE combines usability of SALTO’s XS4 platform that covers everything from glass doors to padlocks to lockers to virtually every kind of door, in SVN offline versions as well as wireless. Powerful functionality that is easy to understand and use, as best expressed by a ProAccess SPACE end-user:
ProAccess SPACE appears to be one of the most well thought out and designed interfaces I have used in a long time. Without any training whatsoever, I have set up all electronic doors we currently have, created about 10 user accounts, and built a few zones. From an end user’s perspective, SALTO programmers did a very nice job putting this web-based software together. This new standard will prove to be highly effective, even for technology challenged users. So far, it appears to be “that simple.”
Thanks to ProAccess SPACE being web-based, users gain efficiency by knowing that all operator terminals are updated to the same software version.
The advanced software features of SALTO ProAccess SPACE make it one of the most powerful software products available for access control system management of stand-alone wireless devices and IP online devices in one complete platform. Plus, since ProAccess SPACE is web-based, even with a huge access control system that extends across different campuses and buildings, thousands of users and hundreds of access points, all the operator terminals are updated to the same software version
This means a university runs a single system that allows it to integrate all staff and student physical security needs in the same common database so managing the entire university-wide system is actually incredibly efficient and easy.
There is an ever-growing offering in the hospitality world of very large hotel complexes that include conference services, entertainment options, countless sport and wellness options, plus of course many, many hotel rooms. These types of installations really benefit from SALTO’s experience in developing systems capable of handling complex access control requirements to profitably maximize a hotel’s wide range of facilities and guest profiles.
The Astoria 7 hotel in San Sebastian (Spain) is one of the world’s first hotels that manages guest reservations including send guests their room keys prior to their checkin and directly to their smartphones.
This boutique hotel has a chic, cinema-based theme and positions itself as relaxed and welcoming, centred on improving the guest experience. This includes being an early adopter of new technologies. The Astoria 7 was already using SALTO and jumped at the chance to be one of the first clients to try out SALTO’s new JustIN Mobile Key solution which permits guests to receive their room keys and access their rooms by using their own smartphones.