Protecting Various Stadium Areas
Key access control systems can help to manage diverse and tiered accesses that can change as various events take place or as the stadium is used for various purposes. For instance, everyone with keys to the training fields may be barred from the concessions stands, and the other way around. Security officers may quickly configure and reconfigure a key control system to provide temporary access whilst preserving security throughout the rest of the stadium by guaranteeing that only those places are accessed by people with unique accesses. Furthermore, setting two-factor authentication on key management systems could make it necessary for a second authorized individual to access and bring individual keys back to make sure that they are not held by unauthorized people to subsequently grant access to high-risk areas.
Securing Valuable Assets from Theft
Mobile devices are used to make stadium operations more efficient. Small portable devices like laptops and tablets are easily stolen. It is vitally important that these gadgets be secured from theft. Unitech offers effective physical asset management solutions to help guarantee that these units are stored tightly when not being used. Our electronically controlled lockers can be customized to accommodate your facility's needs. Our locker systems are in use nationwide, managing access to a variety of resources in different shapes and sizes. GFMS (TM) software controls locker access, enabling these cabinets to incorporate with our broad family of SAM (TM) products.
Maintaining the Security of Health Facilities
When players push themselves to compete, there will always be a risk of injury. Most sporting teams have their array of health professionals and provide on-site health care facilities at sports stadiums. It is important to carefully monitor access to these facilities to guarantee that medical tools and supplies are easily accessible to health care workers and not accessible to anyone who might steal or misuse them. Key control can assist healthcare workers by guaranteeing that opiates and other controlled drugs can be accurately and quickly administered and held securely locked if not used, with a key that is accessible only to allowed individuals.
Key control systems also make it easy to monitor which persons have entered a drug dispensary or storage place and can send alerts when a prohibited substance is accessed, providing access logs to management and warning them immediately when attempts are made to obtain controlled drugs or breach dangerous areas or valuable equipment.
A sports arena is a vast venue that plays various roles on a given day, housing massive influxes of people from audiences and employees to visiting teams and TV crews. It may take thousands of keys to keep the stadium safe and put in place a wide range of regulations. Unitech’s key and asset management systems help to keep the activities of the stadium operating efficiently and securely not only on game days and but every day.