Visitor management provides individualised passes with monitored expiry dates
Raiders used an axe to smash and grab diamond rings and necklaces from a jewellery store. The two thieves ransacked the premises in Edinburgh on January 15. The raiders are both described as being 20 to 30 years old, and wearing jogging bottoms and hooded tops. Both perpetrators had their faces concealed in the £1 million raid. Officers went back to the scene in a bid to trace potential witnesses who may have been in the vicinity at the time.
As well as our access control security devices, Tensor installs Visitor Management Systems (VMS) that are simple to use. VMS is a low cost computer based Visitor Pass production system that controls, records and monitors the arrivals and departures of visitors and contractors to an organisation. Unlike paper-based systems, VMS provides: an accurate date and time stamped audit trail of visitors and contractors; individualised, bar-coded passes with monitored expiry dates; and network based advance booking and pre-booking of visitors/contractors.