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Is remote access control right for your venue?

Updated: Dec 14, 2022

These days, nearly everything is automated. Now, the world of sports facility management is starting to catch up with new automatic processes that make maintaining your venue easier. Access control is a perfect example of this – read on to find out if it's right for your venue!

Remote access control allows your facilities to be booked online and accessed remotely without the need for groundstaff to manually lock and unlock your venue. You can also integrate the usage of your floodlights with this system, so your floodlights automatically turn on and off for each relevant booking.

Here's how to know if remote access control is right for your venue:

  1. You're paying someone to open and close your sports facilities.

  2. Your grounds & maintenance staff can't see who's using your facilities.

  3. You have to manually turn off and on your floodlights.

  4. Due to staff availability, you're operating on limited hours.

  5. The keys are constantly getting lost or stolen.

If you face any of these problems, remote access control could be a great idea for your venue. No keys are required – unique access codes enable access to your facilities for each booking and automatically trigger the usage of your floodlights. Your venue administrators can approve or deny any access control bookings, you don't have to rely on staff to open or close your facilities, and you no longer have to worry about losing sets of keys or getting locked out of your venue.

Interested in learning more? Set up a call with our team to see if access control is right for your venue.

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