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Gunnebo launches office security gate monitoring app

EntraLinq uses the intelligence and connectivity provided by Gunnebo gates to offer the customer complete control and visibility of their access security.

Gunnebo Entrance Control launched EntraLinq, a new software as a service (SaaS) application providing remote monitoring and control of office building accesses in May. The app, which connects to Gunnebo pedestrian speed gates, delivers both intuitive yet in-depth visibility of building access and performance, serving as an easy at hand decision-making support tool for managing people flow, maintenance and security as efficiently as possible.

EntraLinq uses the intelligence and connectivity provided by Gunnebo gates to offer the customer complete control and visibility of their access security. Whether for a single access point or for multiple sites around the world, the application provides complete onsite and remote access via a smartphone or tablet.

“This is a game changer for the market. Our gates have become more and more intelligent and connected; it is now time to harness the potential of the data they generate into intuitively designed applications that support our customers’ processes” says Henrik Lång, Product Manager.

The app is designed to address three core functions that enable customers to easily and efficiently manage the diversity of needs for building access.

– Control: To provide full remote control of multiple connected access points to optimise people flow and allow more focus on hospitality.

– Process: To provide visibility of real-time and historical people flow process data, helping security and facility management to gain insights and foresee behavioural patterns necessary to plan and streamline the deployment of security resources.

– Health: To monitor the operational status of each access point, allowing maintenance providers the reporting capabilities needed to maximise uptime and guarantee continuity of their building access.

The three core functions of EntraLinq support customers and users with the day-to-day decision making at all levels of the organisation, from receptionist to security, to facility and maintenance managers to Human Resources.

“Our goal is to quickly support our various customers and market segments with the tailored help of decision-making apps that address the main challenges of controlling access in various environments. While being a first for the industry, EntraLinq is only the beginning.” says Thomas Porquet, Managing Director, Gunnebo Africa.

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