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Leisure and sport with security
For these environments, Omnitec offers highly efficient devices to prevent the system from crashing at busy periods.
The implementation of an access control system in sports or leisure centres is generally in keeping with a paid service. A very visible example would be access to gyms, which is normally via turnstiles or other access and presence control devices. The management of permissions for a certain number of visits or for a specific period of time is the basic concept of these centres; although there are establishments that require a greater level of control.
Once customers have paid to access or use the facilities, they may also be interested in additional services at their disposal and be willing to pay more for them: e.g. the allocation of lockers and access to rooms with additional costs, like a VIP room in a stadium or a class held in a fitness centre. These business dynamics require centralised access credential management for the different rooms in the facility with a unique identification code for the customer. Having a powerful and flexible system simplifies internal tasks and improves the customer's use experience without risking security and preventing intrusions.
Access control systems are suitable for both sports centres and leisure venues. A specific access plan can be arranged using the most suitable devices, according to the features of each building and the level of control required.
Among the most common places where these access control and motion sensor systems have been established are:
The balance between security and convenience is the basis for a well-planned access system, which guarantees the integrity of users and facilities and offers a rewarding experience to the visitor.