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Wireless I/O employed to streamline security

10 March 2017

A wireless I/O solution, supplied by ProSoft Technology, has helped a construction company to streamline entrance security and has allowed it to better optimise its resources.

Construction machines and vehicles are constantly in motion at BMTI GmbH. The Switzerland company is a technical service provider of construction company, the STRABAG Group. BMTI manages the internal planning, rental, maintenance, and repair of machines and vehicles that are used by the STRABAG Group. At the facility, one person had to be out at the front gate continually to allow access to the property to construction truck drivers. It is an important task but is one that the company wanted to streamline to optimise its resources.Working with distributor Staveb, a point-to-point Wireless I/O solution from ProSoft Technology was identified as offering a solution. The Wireless I/O system allowed the customer to forgo conduits, trenching, permits, and laying any cable, a definite benefit given the 150-meter distance between the gate and the office.The Wireless I/O system was installed quickly. The company appreciated that an advanced knowledge of wireless connections was not required for the system’s installation, as well as the lack of maintenance required for the system. The construction trucks’ drivers, meanwhile, like that there is not a long waiting time to get past the gate: Now they only need to press a button at the gate, which triggers a signal in the office to open the gate for them.


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