Innovative Building Management Solution Installed at Prominent Warsaw Developments

International real estate company Ghelamco is integrating HID access control solutions with a proprietary building management system at several developments including the MIPIM award-winning Warsaw Spire. Combining the HID Mobile Access platform with the BMS from Signal OS, a Polish PropTech software development company founded by Ghelamco, will allow facilities managers to monitor door and…


Forestry Stewardship Council Certifies HID Bamboo Access Cards

The first of a range of physical access security Eco Cards™ for the Seos security platform has been unveiled by HID. Replacing PVC, Bamboo™ credentials is certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), which verifies that materials used in its manufacture come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. Recent research,…


Tech Integration Facilitates Office Access for iPhone and Apple Watch Users

Smart Spaces has teamed up with HID to introduce an employee badge in Apple Wallet, offering secure and seamless building entry for employees at 22 Bishopsgate in the City of London. By adding their employee badge to Apple Wallet, employees and staff in the building can now safely and easily gain access to offices with…


Unique RFID Technology Added to Exit Gates for FIFA World Cup 2022

Smart ticket producer for the FIFA World Cup™ HID is providing a fully customised solution for outer-perimeter access control and all exit gates in Doha to ensure a smooth exit and facilitate emergency evacuations. Featuring eight stadiums spread across five Qatari cities, the Middle Eastern country expects more than 1.2 million visitors to attend the…


Maximising Security at One of Warsaw’s Tallest Buildings

Global identity solutions provider HID has iplemented a mobile access solution and mobile-enabled Bluetooth® readers at the Skyliner skyscraper development in Warsaw, Poland.   Located in the vibrant Wola business district, Skyliner is one of the tallest buildings in the capital at 195 metres high. It is the first skyscraper commissioned by the developer, Karimpol…

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