The new Biomedical Center at Charles University, Pilsen, has turned to ASSA ABLOY and Abbas to secure its staff, students and valuable research materials.
When looking for a modern access control system to protect this new research and teaching facility, the Faculty of Medicine chose Dominus Millennium, an Abbas system which is fully integrated with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® wireless lock technology. The new facility needs the highest standards of security to protect valuable biological material stored inside, and to ensure the safety of its users,
scheduled to be 95 staff plus a shifting roster of students.
The Biomedical Center’s new doors are fitted with Aperio® E100 and E100 Premium escutcheons, as well as EL160 electric strikes. Each door is connected to the Abbas access control system wirelessly, via 1-to-8 Hubs, which allow up to 8 separate devices to communicate wirelessly with the system.
Staff and students gain access to permitted areas via smart cards equipped with MIFARE RFID technology.
“Our new institute was searching for an access control system solution which would underpin our philosophy, focused on the future and modern technologies,” says Roman Paveza, Head of the Centre of Information Technologies. “Aperio® from ASSA ABLOY provided a modern solution and a high level of security for a reasonable price”
Part of Charles University, the Faculty of Medicine carries out specialist biomedical research in the field of organ regeneration and replacement. The faculty’s new Biomedical Center will employ 95 staff and is scheduled to open in 2015. The Center will contribute to research in this specialist field, as well as boost science education across the South Bohemia region.
Available on the global market place, ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® Technology enables a wide range of access control providers to cost-effectively integrate non-wired doors with mechanical locks into access control systems.