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JUL-AUG 2018

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S-34 ACCESS CONTROL TRENDS AND TECHNOLOGY 2018 JULY/AUGUST In February 2016, Hoffman Secu- rity Solutions installed one KeyBank managing 120 key locations through- out U.S. Bank Stadium. In June 2017, they added 2 expansion modules to fill out the system, bringing their total managed key locations to 360. Each day, U.S. Bank Stadium has different staff working throughout the stadium to fulfill the varied roles needed for their many events. Contractors work- ing on the facility itself, temporary staff, and other day-to-day workers all require access to different work- spaces. By requiring that staff check out a key from the KeyBank system, U.S. Bank Stadium security staff is able to account for all the keys in the system, who removed each key, and what time they were checked out or returned through the KeyBank's timestamp feature. At the end of each day, a report is delivered to security staff that displays this data in an easy-to-read manner, allowing staff to account for the many keys they use throughout the stadium dur- ing the day. With access control, a strong component of U.S. Bank Sta- dium's security, consistent reporting of key access is essential to main- taining business operations. U.S. Bank Stadium's guest experi- ence team, consisting of ushers, lobby hosts, ticket takers, scans ambassadors and others, arrives early each morning and requires their own separate access. Through the KeyBank system, they are allowed to prepare for a game while simultaneously reporting that access to security staff. Each team mem- ber is given access to the keys they require while ensuring safety through- out the stadium by keeping other keys restricted. This ease of use and reporting ability are what have made KeyBank an essential element of U.S. Bank Stadium's access control and security systems. "We're looking at installing another Morse Watchmans KeyBank here at the Stadium because we're already outgrowing the one we have, and we want to start creating efficiencies within our own departments," said Langenstein. "Having a Morse Watch- mans KeyBank gives us a sense of security and a sense of convenience while providing the level of account- ability that we want." ¥ Request information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/10455642 Access Control Systems With Your Bottom Line in Mind CONTROL THE ACCESS CONTROL THE SPEND Security integrators realize the savings to their bottom line when using Access Control Systems built by BCDVideo. Our pre-tested integrations deliver durable, reliable, and affordable solutions that negate downtime and costly truck rolls. Control the access and control your expenses with BCDVideo's Access Control Systems. Your customer and your bottom line will both realize the benefits. Ships in 3-5 business days. P U R P O S E - B U I LT, P E R F O R M A N C E D R I V E N Contact BCDVideo Sales to discuss your needs, or visit our website to get a free quote. bcdvideo.com/quote-accesscontrol sales@bcdvideo.com +1-847-205-1922 Morse Watchmans new KeyBank Touch key management cabinet.

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