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Eliminates Door Hardware for Futuristic Hospitality

For high-tech access control that does not disturb the aesthetic quality of a hotel or casino while still adding value, this minimized door control system eliminates external hardware through the use of a signage panel.

September 1, 2013
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For high-tech access control that does not disturb the aesthetic quality of a hotel or casino while still adding value, this minimized door control system eliminates external hardware through the use of a signage panel. The panel adds flexibility in design, as well as the ability to add guest features such as “Do Not Disturb” or “Make Up Room” notifications to hotel staff on an interactive touch panel inside the room in order to streamline housekeeping services. The panel also includes a touch doorbell, can display the room number, and notifies the guest when the door has been unlocked. It can also be used either as a component of an RFID locking system or as a pure notification panel-only configuration.

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Byrukh Willes
November 19, 2013
A noiseless door is really an essential for the hotels and specially when it comes to hospital but it seems that the above door would be an affective one for hospitals. commercial door openers

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