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Inspired Access In today’s fast moving and constantly changing world nothing stays the same for long. New working practices and new employees means security too has to continually change and evolve to keep pace. As a result buildings and workspaces need to be flexible and adaptable, ready to incorporate new technologies using stand alone door units with real time on-line systems that are inspiring to use, simple to install and able to work with existing IT networks. Recognising the need for a new access control concept, SALTO has developed a wide range of innovative products such as the SALTO Virtual Network and XS4 access control platform, while our electronic escutcheons, wall readers and on-line and off-line control units now control security access for a growing range of end users from Airports to Hospitals, Banks to Government Buildings and Universities to Hotels. Our brand new HQ and high capacity manufacturing facility is fully equipped with the latest technology for JIT (Just in Time) manufacturing while substantial ongoing investment in a dedicated RD&I team (Research, Development and Innovation) enables us to stay at theISO Certification cutting edge of modern mechanical, electronic and software design. This, together with ISO 9001:2008 certification, ensures rigorous quality management systems are in place to ensure the design, development and manufacturing of our electronic access control products always strive to achieve the highest possible standards of quality as required by you, our customers. That''s why we are the selected access control option on over 700,000 doors, on more than 4500 projects in over 70 countries. The power of the SALTO Virtual Network (SVN) allows people to work wire free, enabling them to manage their key control requirements efficiently, flexibly and cost effectively. Find out more about SALTO and our commitment to supply the access control market with a totally user friendly, stand alone system that will provide any building with the flexibility it needs to function safely in an ever changing and demanding security environment.
Jan, 21 2012