St Moritz fire service
The local authorities of St Moritz are able to manage all of their area online, centrally, from the comfort of their office. This includes assigning access rights, accessing information about door statuses and access events – and even opening doors and closing them again.
The St Moritz fire service
St Moritz is one of Europe's most famous resorts and can offer guests a very wide variety of different experiences. Safety and security are very important in this community of 5000 or so people.
The 'Miliz-Feuerwehr St Moritz' (militia-fire brigade) was founded in 1873 and today, thanks to the support of many men and women in the St Moritz community, counts over 90 dedicated volunteers among its ranks.
Requirements of customer comes first
A certain amount of coordination and accurate planning is required for a fire brigade of this size. When installing new access systems, the aim is to improve security and organisation for the building. It is also important for a system to be flexible so that it can be extended as the property is extended. The community of St Moritz was no different in these regards. Management of the master key system needs to be simple and centralised,
so the Kaba exos 9300 with wireless is just the right solution. Wireless technology has made life more straightforward for us in many areas – whether surfing over the WiFi or making calls. Kaba wireless technology has considerable benefits for access control systems: the investment costs, for example, are much lower compared to when cabling is required for each door. You can still see what is happening at the door in real time, and the system also knows immediately who should have access and who shouldn't. This is also the case with role distribution in the access system.
This simple type of access authorisation management is now very much a possibility for the St Moritz fire brigade. The local authorities of St Moritz are able to manage all of their area online, centrally, from the comfort of their office. This includes assigning access rights, accessing information about door statuses and access events – and even opening doors and closing them again. And all this without having to carry out programming on-site at the property. If an access medium still manages to get lost, the convenient centralised online system means it is easy to block. This means that the usual level of security can be restored, at any time, at the premises.
In other words, it is easy for the customer to enjoy the benefits of the centralised adjustment system and management of authorisations. The amount of administration required is also reduced to a minimum.