Access Control System Upgrade: City of London
Multi-tenant office within the City of London
Location: 150 Cheapside
Site size: 182,740sq foot over 8 floors
Client needs: Replace out of date access control system including hardware and software, User friendly software interface, Scalability, etc.
Sateon Advance is a ‘blade based’ access control solution. Both hardware and software have evolved to deliver a single, slick, scalable system for installers, integrators and their end users. It’s as intuitive access control solution.
With Sateon advance you can monitor the health of systems remotely, thanks to live telemetry that could alert you and your customers to potential threats like an intruder tampering with the minimum current.
Easy to use software with access control cards that can be used on the landlord’s system as well as the client’s own system within the building
New stand-alone server and network for the upgraded access control system
Running in new data backbone through multiple floors to accommodate for the new access system and for future proofing.
While our client would prefer us not to mention them by name for security reasons however, we can say that they are a well-recognized global wealth management and investment banking company.
With the nature of the client’s business security is paramount and access control is at the heart of their security. An up to date and easy to monitor access control system is always where you start to make sure your premises and contents are secure.
The building itself is located on the north side of Cheapside. The unit is in a prime position approximately 20 metres from St Paul’s underground station.
Tailored to your needs
Users have been provided with MIFARE DESFire EV2 flat key fobs to show at door readers and the COMINFO easy gates at reception for hassle-free access up to 24 hours a day, depending on users’ credentials. Flexible user permissions can accommodate a range of access information, ensuring users can only access the areas they are specifically approved for.