Brivo, SALTO Systems Team Up to Expand Access Control Solutions
Through the collaboration, SALTO wireless locking devices will supplement Brivo’s portfolio of access control and video solutions and support its ongoing pursuit of lowering total cost of ownership for its access control customers.
SALTO devices communicate wirelessly with Brivo ACS WebService and Aparato access control systems. Without needing to wire each door, Brivo customers can remotely control and monitor online doors within a real-time, unified management system, according to a company press release.
The online wireless devices require minimal setup time, reducing installation costs and permitting the use of existing credentials, avoiding expensive migration expenses. The devices also ensure future-proofing with smart card technologies.
“We are pleased to partner with such a strong innovation leader in wireless locking systems,” Brivo President and CEO Steve Van Till says. “SALTO SALLIS technology combined with Brivo cloud access control systems will create a comprehensive security solution that will provide our end users an unprecedented level of power, flexibility, and affordability.”
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