HID, a worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions, has announced that leading international real estate investor and developer, Ghelamco, has standardised on its mobile and physical access control solutions across its prestigious projects in Warsaw, Poland.
Offering a variety of office space, all the developments are multi-tenanted by blue-chip corporate clients. To support this, Ghelamco’s physical access control strategy includes HID Mobile Access solutions and door readers to bolster secure entrance to offer maximum flexibility, easy management and deliver upgradeability at four flagship sites in the capital.
Mobile-enabled smart card readers have been installed throughout Warsaw HUB and UNIT. In Warsaw Spire, while physical cards are still predominately used, HID iCLASS SE readers with Bluetooth and NFC modules were fitted for testing to support a phased transition to mobile access. Moreover, mobile-ready HID Signo readers will be deployed in the upcoming Bridge skyscraper leveraging Seos as its underlying credential technology.
“Innovation is our hallmark, so we want to use the latest technology on projects. Many of our tenants want mobile access today. Others, however, still prefer physical cards, so selecting a vendor that supports both in tandem was imperative,” said Michał Nitychoruk, Ghelamco Poland’s Communications Manager.Click below to share this article