Unmanned reception security console for companies that do not have a front desk
Schools have had to spend nearly £100,000 on fences to stop vandalism. The fences and gates will be put up at seven schools where it is felt “enhanced security measures are necessary”. Swansea Council has asked central Welsh Government to fund the work, although it is more likely it will receive a maximum grant of £60,000. The incidents of vandalism have included lead ripped from roofs, damage to play equipment and smashed windows.
Among the access control products offered by security experts Tensor is a Visitor Management System (VMS) which uses the latest PC technology. Companies that do not have a front desk receptionist can take advantage of the VMS Unmanned Reception Console. This console is operated via touch screen technology only, so no mouse or keyboard is needed. Visitors with appointments can book themselves in and out and the back office can contact their host upon their arrival. This can be done manually or the host can be automatically notified by email.