The Novo mesto school centre in Slovenia relies on the electronic access control system Xesar from EVVA.
The Novo mesto school centre wanted to improve security and flexibility and reduce the number of physical keys in the system. This is why the school is replacing its old mechanical locks with Xesar. This offers a convenient selection of escutcheons, cylinders, handles and wall readers, which can be opened with a fob or card. Lost keys are therefore a thing of the past and security is guaranteed. Thanks to the additional memory space, the access cards can also be programmed as desired.
Matej Forjan, Head of Novo mesto school centre: "We use time-limited data storage, access restriction and access control. The chips are also used for recording working hours and registering them for lunch."
Xesar can also be expanded as required. A key characteristic for growing companies and institutions. In addition, hierarchies and authorisations can be assigned as desired and mechanically combined with electronic locks. Xesar reduces the costs of the access system and is easy to manage and expand, whether in the education office, healthcare or industrial sector.