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Self-opening doors became popular in the 1950s, and automatic taps and toilets invaded homes and businesses. For decades, there have been contactless entrances in commercial buildings, such as automatic doors that activate automatically. In particular, the natural development of contactless technology is rapidly changing this approach towards smarter ones.

Freedom – driven architecture software uses the position of mobile devices to determine the proximity of a visitor’s mobile device to a proximity sensor on the door or door opener. If immediate access is permitted, the door opener is activated with a motion sensor or wave sensor and the visitor simply waves in front of proximity sensors. The door opens automatically so they can get in and out without touching anything physically. 

Gesture – based contactless technology can also be used for unsecured doors where a personalized control is too cumbersome to operate. The contactless access control technology used in buildings such as hotels, office buildings and residential buildings is likely to feature innovative features to ensure visitors have a smooth visit. This creates a safe and smooth experience for all parties, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, nationality, age or other physical characteristics

We promote contactless security    

Built – in entry allows you to present your face to an authentication terminal mounted on the front door of your office or home. Doors work according to different guidelines and are designed to protect your system from intruders. They are available in different sizes and shapes to optimally fulfil the function and design of each entrance, and they work in different climates and operating conditions. 

How can you use an access control system to lock or unlock the door if someone wants to enter? You can configure your front door to be operated via Bluetooth or you can use the door as an electronic door lock with a combination of physical door handle and Bluetooth. Both methods work without the need to track additional devices, and both work just as well as a physical door lock. 

In addition to door handles, this method of closing the door can also be an easy way for germs to spread. If your facility requires limited access, remember that automatic swing doors or sliding doors, even if they are contactless, can still allow unauthorized entry. Touch visitor management systems can provide contactless access and collect necessary visitor information at the same time. Smartphone access controls make it easier for property managers to ensure the security required for the properties to be accessible to the right people and to keep unwanted visitors away. 

We are always looking for new ways to help our customers improve their properties and we are confident that Touchless Entry is the future of building – in access.