Limmattal Hospital Schlieren, Switzerland
A general hospital with bespoke wireless access control
Optimized routes and access authorization
As a general hospital with training assignments, Limmattal Hospital in Switzerland provides basic medical care to more than 77,000 patients annually. With multiple buildings connected by bright, spacious inner courtyards, integrated access solutions ensure barrier-free movement for staff, patients and visitors. At the same time, access is restricted to authorized personnel only, thereby guaranteeing infection control.
Location: Urdorferstrasse 100, 8952 Schlieren, Switzerland
Architects: BFB Architekten AG, Brunet Saunier Architecture
Partners: Losinger Marazzi AG, KOCH Group AG
How do we adapt smart, scalable, integrated access solutions to specific requirements?
A high degree of flexibility and consistency between software and hardware combine to create a tailor-made solution
Customer-centered consulting for optimized application of products and solutions
Coordination and control of people flows, incl. employees, patients, visitors and suppliers
Access control to different hospital sections and zones for smooth daily business
Flexibility in the use of space and rescaling of the software
A comprehensive system for integrated access to health care facilities
The dormakaba exos 9300 system coordinates access rights across multiple locations.
The modular slide channel door closer system offers various options for barrier-free construction.
Electronic fitting solutions for demand-driven access control on external doors or doors with increased security requirements.
The c-lever air fitting can be integrated into all dormakaba solutions and supports the latest RFID technologies.
The compact reader 91 10 can be used as part of any access solution.
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