The Communauté d’Agglomération chose CLIQ keybased electronic access control, installing padlocks and cylinders at all 13 sites and issuing programmable keys to authorized staff.
Programmable CLIQ locks are wireless — a standard battery inside every CLIQ key powers the microelectronics — so new cylinders and padlocks can be deployed almost anywhere, including outdoors (some products are waterproof and operate in temperature extremes).
Now, security guards for the 13 sites carry a single CLIQ key programmed to open only the appropriate locks. There’s no longer any need for managers to duplicate and then track multiple key copies. It’s easy for security administrators to update any key’s access permissions using the CLIQ Web Manager software. Should anyone lose a key, its access rights can be deleted instantly. There’s no need to replace any locks.
La Rochelle district administrators are so impressed, they plan to extend CLIQ access control to all municipal sites. Thanks to CLIQ technology, waste burglars are wasting their time.