Facilities are often dependent on badges, identification cards, and other physical localized systems that lack the agility and capacity to accurately track occupant entry and location.
Goals and Objectives
Protect people, property, and assets at scale across multiple facilities by moving physical access control to digital with advanced technologies for entry points, verification of occupant identity, and recognition of occupants in restricted areas.
IoT, sensors, smart assets, edge computing, location intelligence, computer vision, cognitive, cloud, mobile
Use Case Summary
Facility access control is managed centrally with digital systems that recognize, identify, and verify occupant credentials and physical location of people and assets to improve building, property, and campus security.