Rogers Centre hotel upgrades room access control

SP&T Staff
Thursday June 29, 2017
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The Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel, situated inside the Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays, has upgraded its room access to VingCard Classic RFID door locks along with the Visionline locking solution.

According to a statement issued by ASSA ABLOY Hospitality:

With the implementation of VingCard Classic RFID, the Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel gains a contactless solution that provides the latest in anti-cloning technology. Via the use of encrypted data, Classic RFID-based keycards are immune to unauthorized reproduction and can therefore provide a vital extra layer of security that is not available with magstripe technology.

Hotel staff are able to cancel lost or stolen keys remotely and can view access attempts across the property in real time. Using an online security access platform, guests can be reassigned to a different room or extend their stay without having to visit the front desk.

"Having previously provided guestroom entry solutions for the Renaissance Toronto, we are proud to once again play a part in ensuring that the property maintains only the highest level of security standards," said Markus Boberg, Vice President Business Development at ASSA ABLOY Hospitality. "With the hotel experiencing high guest volume due to its urban downtown location, we welcome the opportunity to enhance guest convenience with solutions that streamline operations and offer the ability for greater personalization."

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